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UNDER  THE  IMMEDIATE  PATRONAGE  OF  FRANCIS  ABBOTT.  ESQUIRE, 

SECRETARY  TO  THE  GENERAL  POST-OFFICE  FOR  SCOTLAND. 


POST-OFFICE 

EDINBURe  AND  LEITH  DIRECTORY 


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1854-55.  ^^ 

COMPRISING,  AMONG  OTHER  INFORMATION, 

GENERAL  AND  STREET  DIRECTORY; 

PROFESSIONS,  TRADES,  AND  LAW  DIRECTORY ; 

COUNTY  DIRECTORY; 

PARLIAMENTARY,  PUBLIC  OFFICE,  AND  BANK  DIRECTORY; 

POSTAGE  AND  CONVEYANCE  DIRECTORY; 

INSURANCE  DIRECTORY; 

ETC.  ETC,  ETC, 


FOETY-NINTH  ANNUAL  PUBLICATION. 


EDINBURGH: 
PRINTED    BY  J.   A.    BALLANTYNE. 


PRICE  FIVE  SHILLINGS. 


NOTICE. 

The  Proprietors  of  the  Edinburgh  and  Leith  Post-Office 
Directory  have  again  the  honour  of  submitting  to  the  Public 
another  Yolume  of  the  PubHcation,  being  the  Forty-ninth ; 
and  they  avail  themselves  of  the  renewed  opportunity  of 
expressing  their  grateful  thanks  for  the  kind  support  and 
patronage  they  continue  to  receive. 


General  Post-Office,  Edinburgh, 
26th  May  1854. 


GENERAL  INDEX. 


of  Edinb 


e  City 


XLIII 

317 

XXVI 

363 
323 
323 
vm 

VII 

361 
422 

Quarters,  424 
418 
326 

XXXV 

324 
324 
323 
322 
323 
322 
356 


from  one 


PAOB 

316 

324 

II 


AccouBtants, 

Admiral  and  Bailie  Courts  of  Leitli, 

Advertisements  of  Insurance  Companies, 

(Following  p.  428.) 
Advertisements,  Miscellaneous, 
Advocates 
Assessed  Taxes, 
Bank  Directory, 

Bailie  and  Sequestration  Court  for  th 
Burgh  Ten-merk  Court, 
Calendar,  1854-55,    .  , 

Calendar,  Counting-house,    . 

CUURCH  DlRECTORV, 

Carriers,  with  their  Quarters, 
Carriers  ;  Judex  to  their  Names  and 
Conveyance  Directory, 
County  Directory, 

Index  to  places  in  the  County 

County  Meetings, 

County  Police, 

Court  of  Chancery,    . 

Court  of  Justiciary,    . 

Court  of  Police, 

Court  of  Session, 

Customs,  Port  of  Leith, 

Days,  Table  shewing  the  number  of, 

month  to  another, 
Excise  Office, 

Ferry  Steam-boat  Passages, 
General  Directory 
Hackney-coach  Regulations, 
Hackney-coach  Fares, 
Her  Majesty's  Chief  Officers  of  State 
High  Water  at  Leith,  1854-55 
Holidays  at  Banks  and  Public  Office 
Interest  Tables, 
Insurance  Companies.  See  Insurance  Directory     i 
Justice  of  Peace  Small  Debt  Court,  .  .        323 

Justice  of  Peice  Court,  Dalkeith,     .  .        323 

Law  Directory.  ....  316 
Magistrates  and  Council  of  Edinburgh,  .  355 
Magistrates  and  Council  of  Leith,     .  .        356 

Mail-coach  Routes  from  Edinburgh,  .         416 

Markets,  Weekly,  in  Scotland,  .  .        425 

Medical  Institutions,  .  .  .        360 

Members  of  Parliament  for  Scotland,  .        353 

Messengers-at-arms,  .  .  .        325 

Military  Establishment,         .  .  .         356 

Names  Ton  Late  fir  Insertion,  .  .         xl 

Newspapers  in  Scotland,       .  .  .        426 

Newspapers  publislicd  in  London,     .  .        426 

Newspapers  published  in  Dublin,      .  .        428 

Packet  Vessels  from  Leith  and  Granton,  .  419 
Parliamentary  Directory,  .  .        349 

Parochial  Board  of  the  City,  .  .         357 

Parochial  Board  of  Canongate,  .  .        357 

Parochial  Board  of  St  Cuthbert's,    .  .        358 

Parochial  Board  of  South  Leith,       .  .        358 

Peers  of  Scotland,  ....  351 
Peers  of  Scotland,  Representative     .  .        353 

Police  Station  Houses,  .  .  .        377 

Post-Office  (General),  Edinburgh,     .  .        369 

Adhesive  Stamps  and  Envelopes,  .         369 

Adhesive  Stamps  to  Foreign  Countries,        373 

Arrival  and  Despatch  of  MaUs,  .        387 

Ditto  Foreign  Mai's       .  .  .        377 

Articles  which  may  not  be  sent  by  Post,      360 


XV 

356 
420 
41 
429 
431 
349 

VIII 

VII 

XIV 


Post-Office  continued  : — 

Books  Inland,  Regulations  for,             ,  370 

Bojks  sent  at  reduced  rates  to  certain 

Colonies,         ....  374 
Delivery  of  Letters  in  Edinburgh,        .  388 

Despatcbes,        ....  387 

Foreign  and  Colonial  Letters  and  News- 
papers, General  Regulations,             .  372 

Foreign  and   Colonial   Mails,  Times  of 

Despatch  and  Arrival  in  Edinburgh,  377 

Illegal  Conveyance  of  Letters,  .            .  369 

Inland  Postage  and  General  Regulations,  369 

Letters  not  to  be  delivered  back,          .  369 

Letters  not  to  be  sealed  with  wax  when 

seat  to  warm  climates,           .            .  373 

Money  Order  Office,  Regulations,  &c.  389 

Newspapers,  and  Supplements  to,        .  370 

Newspapers  in  the  Channel  Islands  and 

^  Isle  of  Man,   .  .  .  .371 
Newspapers  and  Periodicals  charged  for 

Irregularities,             .            .            .  374 
Newspapers  and  Prices  Current  to  the 

Colonies  and  F^oreign  Countries,        .  373 
Non-commissioned  Officers',  Seamen's,  and 

Soldiers'  Letters,  serving  Abroad,     .  376 

—  Officers  of  General  Post-Office,              .  357 

Overcharges,  Delays,  &c.,         .            .  369 

— —  Periodical  Publications   to   and    from 

France,  &c.,    ....  374 

Petitions  to  Parliament,            .            .  369 

Persons  exempt  from  Sbip  Letter  Postage,  372 


Post  Towns  in  Scotland, 

-  Post  Towns  in  England  and  Wales, 

-  Post  Towns  in  Ireland, 

-  Prices  Current,  and  Commercial  Lists, 

-  Prices  Current  to  Foreign  Countries, 

-  Printed  Books  Forv.arded  under  certain 

Regulations, 

-  Printed  Votes  and  Proceedings  in  Parlia 

ment,  .... 

-  Do.  do.  do.  to  the  Colonies,  &c., 

-  Rates  of  Book  Postage, 

-  Rates  of  Postage  on  Inland  Letters, 

-  Rates  of  Postage  on  Letters  and  News- 

papers to  the   Colonies  and   Foreign 
Countries,       .... 

-  Receiving-houses  in  Edinburgh  and  Leith,   388 

-  Re-directed  Letters,       .  .  .        369 

-  Re-directed  Letters  to  and  from  France 

&c., 

-  Re-directed    Letters — Officers,  Soldiers, 

and  Seamen, 

-  Re-directed  Letters — Foreign,  Colonial, 

and  Sbip,        .... 

-  Re -directed   Newspapers   to   and   from 

France,  &c.,   .... 

-  Registered  Letters, 

-  Registered   Letters — Foreign,    Colonial, 

and  Ship,        .... 

-  Ship  Letters,      .... 

-  Stamped  Publications,  not  being  News- 

papers, .... 

-  Do.  do.  do.  to  places  Abroad, 

-  Unpaid  Letters  to  Places  abroad, 

-  Weight  of  Foreign  Letters, 

-  Writing  or  Marks  >m  Newspapers, 
!atory  Note,  .... 


390 
398 
412 
371 
373 

370 

371 
374 
370 
369 


378 


375 

376 

375 

375 
370 

375 
372 

371 
374 

372 
372 
371 


GENEKAL  INDEX. 


PAGE 

Pkofessions  axd  Trades  Directory,         .        276 
Public  Offices,  .  •  •  .355 

Public  Offices,  with  the  Hours  of  Attendance,      358 
Rates  for  Carters,      .  .  .  .435 

Rates  for  Chimney-sweepers,  .  .        436 

Rates  of  Porterage,    ....         434 
Revenue,  Inland — Edinburgh,  .  .        356 

Road  Court, 321 

Salaries,  Table  for  Calculation  of,     .  .         vn 

Session-Clerks'  Offices,  .  .  .        359 

Session-Clerks'  Offices,  Leith,  .  .        359 

Sheriffs  of  the  Counties,         .  .  .320 

Sheriff  Court.  .  .  .  .320 

Sheriff  SmaU  Debt  Court,     .  .  .320 

Solicitors,       .....        316 
Stage  Coaches  from  Edinburgh,        .  .        422 


Stamp  and  Legacy  Duties, 

Steamers  from  Leith  and  Granton,    . 

Steamers  from  Glasgow, 

Steamers  from  other  Ports  in  Scotland, 

Steamers  from  principal  Ports  in  England, 

Steamers  from  principal  Ports  in  Ireland, 

Steamers  on  the  Perries, 

Street  Directory,   . 

Streets,  Squares,  &c..  List  of. 

Terms  in  Scotland  and  England 

Town  Council,  Committees  of. 

University  of  Edinburgh, 

Weekly  Markets  in  Scotland, 

Writers,  .... 

Writers  to  the  Signet, 


PAGE 

xvr 

419 
419 
419 
420 
420 
420 
192 
XX  vm 

VII 

356 
360 
425 


INDEX  TO  ^MISCELLANEOUS  ADVERTISEMENTS. 


Artificial  Limbs  and  Bandages,  J.  Henry,  29 

West  Register  street,  .  .  .        liii 

Artists'  and  Mechanics'  Tools,  T.  Russell,  6 

and  7  Hunter  square,  .  .  .  Li 

Bullion  Dealer,    Goldsmith,    Lapidary,   and 

Jeweller,  Wm.  Mortimer,  18  North  bridge       lvi 
Card,  John  Lough,  19  William  street,  .         lii 

Carvers,  Gilders,  &c.,  Ciceri  &  Pini,  81  Leith 

street  .  .  .  .  .  li 

Chemist,  G.  Macdonald,  7  Duke  Street       .      lviii 
Clothing — Ready-made  and  Second-hand  : — 

Pat.  Conway  &  Co.,  4  St  Mary's  wynd,     .         Lvi 

James  Doherty,  2  St  Mary's  wynd,  .         liv 

James  M'lver,  25  St  Mary's  wynd  .  LV 

Coals,  George  Baigrie,  St  Leonard's,  .  lv 

Thomas  Baigrie,  Scotland  street  station,       iv 

Charles  Brown,  St  Leonard's,  .  .  lv 

Coltness  (Wishaw)         .  .  .       xlv 

Thos.  Dixon  &  Son,  1  St  Leonard  street,         lv 

Edmonstone  Coal  and  Fire-brick  Works, 

St  Leonard's  Depot,  .  .  .  lv 

J.  Kinlay,  1  N.  B.  Railway  station,     .  lv 

Sloan  &  Stoddart,  Leith  Walk,  ,        lvi 

Dressing-Case  and  Fancy  Work-box   manu- 
facturers, Wilson  and  Co.,  71  George  street  xlvii 
Dyers  and  Scourers,  F.  &  W.  Cooper  Hay,  1 
Heriot  pi.,  Leith  walk,  and  11  Fred.  st.    .        liv 

; P.  &  R.  Hay,  5  South  St 

David  street,  ....        liv 

Dyer,  H.  Wortham,  1  Queen  street,  and  50 

London  street,        ....        liv 
Education  :-- 

Francalanza's    Gymnasium,    under   Music 

Hall,       .....        liii 
Scottish  Institution  for  Young   Ladies,  9 

Moray  place,        ....      XLiv 
United  Industrial  School,  56  High  street,        xlii 
Edinburgh  Collegiate  Institution,  M.  OUen- 
•        dorff,  7  Great  King  street  .  .  L 

Southern  District  Academy,  Mr  Sibbald, 

23  St  Patrick  square      .  .  .  l 

Mr  Adam's  School,  27  St  James'  square  .  l 

Engineering,  Practical  and  Consulting,  Robert 
Thornton,  60  North  bridge,  .  .         lii 


English,  Scottish,  and  Australian  Chartered 

Bank  ..... 

Engraver  and  Lithographer,  Philip  B.  Watt, 
Equitable   Loan   Company,  George   Edge,  4 

Milne  square  .... 

Firewood  Factory,  foot  of  Leith  walk, 
Fishing-tackle    Makers,    Bird-stuffers,    &c., 

Wilson  &  Co.,  34  Princes  street,    . 
Household  Furnishings,  J.  Charles,  20  Brough- 

ton  street,  .... 

Lapidary,  Gavin  Young,  Blanfield  row,  near 

Cauonmills,  .... 

London    Newspapers    and    Periodicals,    H. 

Robinson,  11  Greenside  street, 

Newspapers,  J.  Sutherland  &  Co.,  12 


xnv 
xlii 


LIII 

lvi 


Calton  street,  ....         lii 

Malt  Liquors,  Henry  Bird,  .  .      LViii 

Money  Loan  Office,  Robert  Wilson,  39  South 

bridge,  .....  liii 
Money  to  Lend,  W.  C.  f'oole,  35  South  bridge,  nv 
National   Security   Savings   Bank,    Head  of 

Mound,  .....  XLVi 
Optician,  Thomas  Dunn,  50  Hanover  street,  xlvii 
Plumbers  and  Brassfounders,  Hume  &  Mel- 
ville, 1  Register  place,  .  .  .  li 
Railway  Carriers,  Pickford  &  Co. ,  .  .  xlviii 
Sail-cloth  and  Patent  Cordage  Store,  W.  Cal- 

der,  21  and  22  Commercial  place,  Leith,  lvii 

Shipping  Company,  London,  Leith,  Edinburgh, 

and  Glasgow,  9  Waterloo  place,  and  Upper 

Drawbridge,  Leith,  .  .  .       xlix 

Steam  Navigation  Company,  The  General,  21 

Waterloo  place.  ....  xlviii 
Surgeon-Dentist,  W.  F.  Vernon,  80  Princes  st,  l 
Typefoiinders,  James  Marr  &  Co,,  27  and  29 

New  street,  .  .  .  .lii 

Umbrella    Manufacturer,    John    Smith,    78 

Princes  street  ....  xliv 
Venetian  Blinds,  G.  Laing,  70  Potterrow,  .  liii 
Waste  Paper  Purchased,  G.  Adcock,  50  High 

street,  .....  liii 
Whips,  G.  &  J.  Leggat,  4  Brown  square,  .  lih 
Wire-work,  Smith  &  Son,  219  High  Street        xliv 


A  TABLE 

Showing,  by  the  Dominical  Letter,  the  Day  of  the  Month  and  Week  in 
any  Year  of  the  Nineteenth  Century. 


Dominical  Letters  for  the  Years 
1800  to  1899  inclusive. 


D.     C.     B.     A.    G. 


1800|1801,1802  1S03         |I804jl805 

18061807'         1808  1809  181o'l811 

I I I ■ _i_ 

J1812  1813  1814  18151    1816 


18171818  18191 


11824  1825  1826,1827 


18281829  1830  1831 


1836  1837  1838  1839 


[1840  184ri842  1843     1844 
18451846  18471    |1848 1849il850 


DAYS  OF  THE  JIONTH  AND  WEEK,  FKOM 
1800  TO  1899  INCLUSIVE. 


18511    jl852  1853  1854  1655 
1856  1837  1858  1859,    |1860  1861 


1862  1863|    1 1864  1865  1866  1867 
|1868  1869  1870  1871 1    |l872 

1873  1874  1875j    11876  1877  1878 

I I I • ' i_ 

18791        11880  1881  1882  18831 


1884^1885|1886,1887|         J1888 1889 
1890,18911        118921893  1894  1805 


1896  1897  189818991 


10 


1  Fr 

2  Sa 

4!  M 

5  Tu 

6  W 

7  Th 

8  Fr 

9  Sa 

I  s 
n:  M 

12  Tu 

13  w 

14  Th 

15  Fr 

16  Sa 
17,     j   S 

18  M 
19;  Tu 

20  W 

21  Th 

22  Fr 

23  Sa 
24      !    S 

25  M 
;26  Tu 
i27|  W 
i28  Th 

29  Fr 

30  Sa 
I  S 


111 


11  Th 
2:  Fr 
3   Sa 

51  M 
6l  Tu 
7;  AV 
8,  Th 
9'  Fr 
10  Sa 

s 

il2'  M 
113   Tu 

il4  W 
115  Th 
16:  Fr 
171  Sa 
18'  I  S 
[19  M 
l20  Tu 

!2i!w 

22  Th 
23'  Fr 

24 1  Sa 

f25:     I   S 

20  M 

27,  Tu 

28  "W 

29  Th 

30  Fr 
31,  Sa 


1  W 

2  Th 
3,  Fr 
4'  Sa 

6l  M 
7|  Tu 
8]  W 
9  Th 
10  Fr 
111  Sa 

s 

13'  M 

14|  Tu 
15j  W 
16  Th 
171  Fr 
18!  Sa 

20  M 

21  Tu 
22'  W 
23'  Th 
24;  Fr 
25,  Sa 

s 

27  [  M 
28 1  Tu 
29|  W 
30j  Th 
31   Fr 


II  Tu 

2  W 
3,  Th 

4:  Fr 
5,  Sa 


7  M 

8;  Tu 

9,  W 

lOi  Th 

11  Fr 

12!  Sa 

13         S 

U\  M 

15,  Tu 

16j  AV 

171  Th 

18'  Fr 

19,  Sa 

2o:   I  s 

21  i  M 
22 1  Tu 
23  W 
24'  Th 
251  Fr 
26]  Sa 
27!       S 

28  M 

29  Tu 

30  W 

31  Th 


li  M 
2  Tu 
3|W 

4  Th 

5  Fr 

6  Sa 


8  M 

9!  Tu 
10:  W 

111  Th 
I2I  Fr 

is;  Sa 

I  8 

151  M 

16:  Tu 

17  \V 

18  Th 

19!  Fr 
;o  Sa 

s 

M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 

s 

M 


29 
30 
31'  W 


JANU-\EY,    . 


FEBRUARY, 


MARCH, 


APRIL, 


MAT, 


junt;, 


JULY, 


E.  F. 


AUGUST, 


SEPTEMBER, 


OCTOBER, 


NOVEMBER, 


DECEMBER, 


Explanation'. — Tn  the  Left-hand  Table  are  the  years  of  the  Century,  and  above  each  is  the  Dominical 
Letter  corresponding  with  that  Year.  Then,  opposite  to  the  Month,  at  the  foot  of  the  Ripht-hand  Table, 
will  be  found  a  corresponding  Letter,  over  wjiich  are  jilaced  the  Days  of  the  Month  and  Week  for  that  Month 
(distinguisMng  the  Sundays  by  a  different  t\-pe).  Each  Blank  Space  in  the  Left-hand  Table  shows  the 
year  following  to  be  Leap  Year ;  and  as  every  Leap  Year  has  two  Dominical  Letters,  the  Letter  above  the 
Blank  Space  must  be  used  for  January  and  February  iii  everj'  Leap  Year,  and  for  the  other  months,  use  th© 
Letters  belonging  to  the  respective  Years. 

By  transposing  the  Dominical  Letters,  this  Calendar  would  answer  for  any  Century. 


COUNTING-HOUSE  CALENDAR,  1854-55. 


Bank  Holidays  are  marked  * 


JcxE  1854. 

September  1854. 

December  1854. 

March  1855. 

Sun. 

.     .     4  11  18  25 

Sun. 

.     .     .     3  10  17  24 

Sun. 

.    3  10  17  24  31 

Sun. 

.     .     .    4  11  18  25 

Mon. 

.     .     5  12  19  26 

Mon. 

.     .     .     4  11  18  25 

Mon. 

.    4  11  18*25 

Mon. 

.      .    .     5  12  19  26 

Tues. 

.     .     e  1.3*20  27 

Tues. 

.     .     .     5  12  19  26 

Tues. 

.    5  12  19  26 

Tues. 

.     .     .     6  13  20  27 

Wed.      . 

.     .     7  14  21*28 

Wed. 

.     .     .     6  13  20  27 

Wed. 

.     6  13  20  27 

Wed. 

.     .     .     7  14  21  28 

Thur.     . 

.     1     8  15  22  29 

Thur. 

.     .     .     7  14  21  28 

Thur. 

.     7  14  21  28 

Thur. 

.     .     1     8  15  22  :i9 

Frid.      . 

.     2    9  16  23  30 

Frid.  . 

.     .     1  8  15  22  29 

Frid. 

.     1  8  15  22  29 

Frid. 

.     .     2     9  16  23  30 

Sat.   .    . 

.     3  10  17  24 

Sat.     . 

.     .     2  9  16  23  30 

Sat.    . 

.     i:  9  16  23  30 

Sat.   . 

.     .     3  10  17  21  31 

J 

ULT  1854. 

October  1854. 

January  1855. 

April  1855. 

Sun. 

.    2    9  16  23  80 

Sun. 

.     1     8  15  22  29 

Sun. 

.     .     7  14  21  28 

Sun. 

.     .     1    8  15  22  29 

Mon. 

.    3  10  17  24  31 

Mon. 

.     2    9  16  23  30 

Mon.      . 

.  *1     8  15  22  29 

Mon. 

■..29  16  23  30 

Tues.     . 

.    4  11  18  25 

Tues. 

.     3  10  17  24  31 

Tues. 

.     2     9  16  23*30 

Tues. 

.     .     3  10  17  24 

Wed.     . 

.    5  12  19  26 

Wed. 

.     4  11  18  25 

Wed. 

.    3  10  17  24  31 

Wed. 

.     .     4  11   18  25 

Thur.     . 

.    6  13  20  27 

Thur. 

.     5  12  19  26 

Thurs. 

.     4  11  18  25 

Thur. 

.     .     5  12  19  26 

Frid.      . 

.     7  14  21  28 

Frid. 

.     6  13  20  27 

Frid. 

.     5  12  19  26 

Frid. 

.     .  *0  13  20  27 

Sat.    .     . 

1  8  15  22  29 

Sat.   . 

.     7  14  21  28 

Sat.   . 

.     G  13  20  27 

Sat.  . 

.     .     7  14  21  28 

Au 

GCST  1854. 

November  1854. 

February  1855. 

Mat  1855. 

Sun.  .    . 

.     .     6  13  20  27 

Sun.  . 

.     .  *5  12  19  26 

Sun. 

.     .     4  11  18  25 

Sun. 

.     .     .    C  13  20  27 

Mon. 

.     .     7  14  21  28 

Mon. 

.     .     .    6  13  20  27 

Mon. 

.     5  12  19  26 

Mon. 

.     .     .     7  14  21  28 

Tues.     . 

.     1     8  15  22  29 

Tues. 

.     .     .     7  14  21  28 

Tues. 

.     .     .     6  13  20  27 

Tues. 

.     .     1     8  15  22*29 

Wed.      . 

.     2    9  16  23  30 

Wed. 

.     1     8  15  22  29 

Wed. 

.     .     7  14  21  28 

Wed. 

.     .     2    9  16  23  30 

Thur.     . 

.     3  10  17  24  31 

Thur. 

.     2    9  16  23  30 

Thur. 

.     1     8  15  22 

Tliur. 

.     .     3  10  17*24  31 

Frid.      . 

.     4  11   18  25 

Frid. 

.     3  10  17  24 

Frid. 

.     2    9  16  23 

Frid. 

.     .     4  11  18  25 

Sat.   .    . 

.    5  12  19  26 

Sat.   . 

.     4  11  18  25 

Sat.   . 

.     3*10  17  24 

Sat.   . 

.     .    5  12  19  26 

BANK  HOLIDAYS. 


Queen's  Accession, June  20 

Queen's  Coronation, June  28 

Gunpowder  Plot,.... Nov.    5 

Christmas  Day, Dec.  25 

New  Year's  Day, Jan.    1 


Martyrdom  of  King  Charles  I Jan.  SO 

Queen's  Marriage, Feb.  10 

Good  Friday, Apiil  6 

The  Queen's  Birthday, May  24 

Restoration  of  King  Charles  II May  29 


TERMS  m  SCOTLAND  AND  ENGLAND. 


Candlemas Feb.    2 

Wliitsunday, May  15 

Lammas, Aug.  1 

^Martinmas, Nov.  11 


Lady  Day, March  25 

Midsummer, June     24 

Michaelmas  Day, Sipt.     29 

Christmas, Dec.     25 


When  a  Scotch  Term  falls  on  Sunday,  the  following  Monday  is  considered  the  Term-Day. 
sometimes  erroneously  supposed  to  fall  on  tlie  2d  August. 


Lammas  is 


CALCULATION  OF  SALARIES,  &c.,  from  £1  to  £150  per  annum. 


£  s. 
0  18 


1  0 
1  1 
1  8 
I  5 
1  6 
1  8 
1  10 
1  11 
1  13 


Day. 


If  the  sum  be  Guineas,  not  Pounds,  for  each  Guinea  add  a  penny  to  each  month,  or  a  farthing  to  each  week. 


CALENDAR  FOR  1854-55. 


JUNE  1854. 


D.  II.  M.      MOON'S  PHASES. 

Second  Quarter 4    0  40  m.  I  Last  Quarter 

Full  Moon 10  1130  a.  New  Moon  ... 


D.    n.  M. 
17    2  14  4.. 
25    0    2  a. 


SUNDAY.S,  HOLIDAYS, 
&C. 


Nicomede 

Wliitsun.  or  Pentecost 
Boniface  Ep 

11  St  Barna  .the  Apostle 
Trinity  Sunday 

St  K\\ianil'".'.'.'.'\.'..'.. 
1st  Sun.  after  Trinity. 

20  Tra.  King  Edv.ard. 
*  Queen's  Ace.  1837.  ... 
.5.  en.  Can.  1h.  8m.  a.. 

21  Sum.com. — L.Day 
24  Midsummer  Day.... 
St  John  Baptist  born... 
2d  Sun.  after  Trinity.. 


*Coron.  of  Queen,  1838 
St  Peter  the  Apostle.^.. 


SUN. 


Rises. 

Sets. 

n.  M. 

n.  M. 

3  38 

8  42 

3  38 

8  44 

3  37 

8  45 

3  36 

8  46 

3  35 

8  47 

3  34 

8  48 

3  33 

8  50 

3  32 

8  52 

3  31 

8  53 

3  30 

8  54 

3  30 

8  54 

3  29 

8  55 

3  29 

8  56 

3  29 

8  57 

3  28 

8  58 

3  28 

8  58 

3  28 

8  59 

3  28 

9  0 

3  28 

9  0 

3  28 

9  0 

3  28 

9  0 

3  28 

9  0 

3  29 

9  1 

3  29 

9  1 

3  29 

9  1 

3  30 

9  1 

3  31 

9  1 

3  31 

9  1 

3  32 

9  0 

3  32 

9  0 

Declination 

North. 
22°  3' 24" 
22  11  24 
22  19  1 
22  2G  15 
22  33  4 
22  39  31 
22  45  33 
22  51  12 

22  56  26 

23  1  16 
23  5  42 
23  9  44 
23  13  21 
23  16  34 
23  19  22 
23  21  4fi 
23  23  45 
23  25  19 
23  26  28 
23  27  13 
23  27  33 
23  27  28 
23  26  58 
23  26  4 
23  24  45 
23  23  0 
23  20  52 
23  18  18 
23  15  20 
23  11  58 


Equation 
of  Time. 
Clock  aft. 
&  bef.Sun, 


Age. 


0  58 

0  46 

0  34 

0  22 


aft. 

bef. 
0 
0 
0 


0  54 

1  7 


KOON. 


Rises, 
n.  M. 
8m  3 
9    18 

10  38 

11  58 
la  20 
2     43 


4  10 

5  43 

7  21 

8  58 

10  23 

11  25 


Om  5 
0  29 
0  45 
0    57 


4a  48 
5    34 


G  18 

7  2 

7  46 

8  32 

9  20 

10  13 

11  10 


0to13 


1  19 

2  25 

3  28 

4  27 

5  20 

6  8 

6  54 

7  38 

8  21 

9  5 
9  50 

10  37 

11  25 
0al6 


Sets. 

H.  M. 

0Hi52 


13 

27 

37 

46 

56 

5 

14 

23 

48 

22 

14 

24 

0 

8    36 

10  8 

11  35 
Oa  59 


2  20 

3  38 

4  57 

6  16 

7  30 

8  40 

9  40 
10  24 

10  55 

11  18 
11  34 
11  46 


UIGH  WATEB 
AT  LEITH. 


Mom. 

U.  M. 

5  40 

6  29 

7  22 

8  27 

9  38 

10  39 

11  32 


0  40 

1  29 

2  13 

3  2 

3  54 

4  46 

5  41 

6  40 

7  45 

8  50 

9  57 

10  53 

11  48 

0  13 

1  0 

1  43 

2  22 

2  58 

3  33 

4  7 

4  45 

5  20 


Even 

n.  M. 

6    2 

6  55 

7  53 
9    2 

10  10 

11  6 
11  50 

0  IV 

1  3 

1  52 

2  38 

3  28 

4  18 

5  U 

6  10 

7  11 

8  20 

9  26 

10  24 

11  2S 

o'ss 

1  21 

2  2 

2  40 

3  16 

3  50 

4  25 

5  3 
5  41 


JULY  1854. 


D.  H.  M.     MOOX'S  PHASES. 


Second  Quarter 3    0  52  a. 

Full  Moon 10    G  25  ii. 


Last  Quarter., 
New  Moon 


17     0  25  M. 
25    3  16  H. 


SCXDATS,  nOLIDATS, 
&C. 


Visita.  of  B.  V.  Marv. 
3d  Sun.  after  Trinity.. 

Dog  Days  begin 

St  Mattin  translated... 

Thomas  a  Beckct 

ith  Sun.  after  Trinity.. 

St  sVitiiin  traiisi.  862. 
5th  Sun.  after  Trinity. 

20  St  Margaret  "v 

Court  of  Session  rises. 

St  Magdalene 

6tt  Sun.  after  Trinity. 
23  Sun  en.liBofih  Om  m. 
St  James  Ap.  mart.  43 
St  Anne 

Tlh  Sun.  after  Trinity.. 


STIN. 


Rises. 

Sets. 

H.  M. 

H.  M. 

3  33 

9  0 

3  34 

8  59 

3  35 

8  59 

3  36 

8  58 

3  37 

8  57 

3  38 

8  56 

3  39 

8  55 

3  41 

8  55 

3  42 

8  54 

3  43 

8  53 

3  45 

8  51 

3  46 

8  50 

3  47 

8  49 

3  48 

8  48 

3  50 

8  47 

3  52 

8  46 

3  58 

8  45 

3  55 

8  43 

3  56 

8  42 

3  58 

8  40 

3  59 

8  39 

4  1 

8  37 

4  2 

8  36 

4  4 

8  34 

4  6 

8  32 

4  7 

8  31 

4  9 

8  29 

4  11 

8  27 

4  13 

8  25 

4  14 

8  24 

4  16 

8  22 

Declination 

North. 
23°  8' 11" 
23  4  0 
22  59  25 
22  54  25 
22  49  2 
22  43  15 
22  37  4 
22  30  30 
22  23  32 
22  16  12 
22  8  28 
22  0  22 
21  51  53 
21  43  1 
21  33  47 
21  24  12 
21  14  14 
21  3  54 
20  53  14 
20  42  12 
20  30  40 
20  19  5 
20  7  1 
19  54  36 
19  41  52 
19  28  48 
19  15  24 
19  1  41 
18  47  40 
18  33  20 
18  18  41 


Equation 

of  Time. 

Clock 

bef.  Sun. 


Age. 


MOON. 


Rises. 

H.     M. 

9m  43 
11  0 
Oa  21 


10  31 

10  50 

11  4 
11  14 
11  23 
11  31 
11  41 
11  53 


Cm  7 
0    29 


10  8 

11  28 


ia  59 
5    41 


6  25 

7  10 

7  59 

8  53 

9  52 
10  56 


Om 
1 


6  19 

7  3 

7  48 

8  34 

9  22 

10  12 

11  2 
11  53 

Oa  42 


Sets. 

H.     M. 

11a  56 


Om  3 

0     12 

0    21 

0    33 

0    48 

1 

1 

2 

4 

G 

7 


14 
55 
59 
26 
3 
41 
9  13 
10  40 
Oa    2 


1  25 

2  45 

4  3 

5  20 

6  32 

7  35 

8  24 

8  59 

9  24 
9  41 
9  54 

10  4 

10  12 

10  20 

10  29 


HIGH  WATEE 
AT  LEITH. 


Mom. 

H.  M. 

6  3 

6  50 

7  45 

8  43 

9  46 

10  45 

11  42 

0  11 

1  8 

2  3 

2  55 

3  48 

4  36 

5  27 

6  18 

7  11 

8  5 

9  4 

10  9 

11  7 

o'se 

1  25 

2  7 

2  45 

3  20 

3  51 

4  25 

5  0 

5  37 

6  19 


Even. 

H.  M. 

6  28 

7  15 

8  12 

9  14 

10  17 

11  16 

042 

1  35 

2  30 

3  22 

4  11 

5  2 

5  53 

6  45 

7  35 

8  35 

9  38 

10  36 

11  41 

0  9 

1  2 

1  45 

2  25 

3  2 

3  35 

4  7 

4  42 

5  17 

5  56 

6  40 


CALENDAR  FOR  1854-55. 


IX 


AUGUST  1854. 


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M 

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^ 

^ 

o 

o 

>. 

Q 

a 

1 

Tn 

2 

W 

3 

Th 

i 

Fr 

5 

Sa 

6 

S 

7 

M 

8 

Tu 

9 

W 

10 

Th 

]I 

Fr 

12 

Sa 

13 

R 

14 

M 

15 

Tn 

16 

W 

17 

Th 

18 

Fr 

19 

Sa 

20 

S 

21 

i\r 

22 

Tu 

23 

w 

24 

Th 

25 

Fr 

26 

Sa 

27 

R 

28 

U 

29 

Tu 

80 

W 

31 

Th 

Second  Quarter  ...    1 
Full  Moon 8 


H.  M. 
10  28  a. 
1  17  a. 


MOON'S  PHASES. 

Last  Quarter  15    1  DO  a. 

New  Moon 23    6    0  A. 


D.   n.  M. 
Second  Quarter....  31    6    7  m. 


SUNBATS,  HOLIDAYS, 
&C. 


Lammas  Day 

G  Transfiguration 

6P.  Al.  Er.Alb.l).  1844 
Sih  Sun.  after  Trinity. 
Name  of  iTesus 

St  Lawrence 

Dog  Days  end 

Grouse  &  Ptar.  sli.  beg. 
Slh  Sun.  after  Trinity.. 
13  Lammas  Day,  0.  S. 
Assump.  of  B.  V.  Mary 

Duch.  ofKen'tb.  178G... 

2Q  BlackCock  shoot,  beg. 
lOt/i  Sua.  after  Trinity 

Sun  era.  Vir.  Oft.  30  m.  a 
St  Bartholomew  Ap 

Prince  Albert  b.  iiH. 
llth  Sun.  after  Trinity 

St  Augustine 

St  John  Baptist  beh. ... 


SUN. 


Rises. 

Sets. 

H.    M. 

H.  M. 

4  18 

8  20 

4  20 

8  18 

i  22 

8  16 

4  24 

8  14 

4  26 

8  12 

4  27 

8    9 

i  29 

8    7 

4  31 

8    5 

4  33 

8    3 

4  35 

8    1 

4  38 

7  58 

4  40 

7  56 

4  42 

7  54 

4  43 

7  51 

4  45 

7  49 

4  47 

7  47 

4  50 

7  44 

4  52 

7  42 

4  53 

7  39 

4  55 

7  37 

4  57 

7  35 

4  59 

7  33 

5     1 

7  30 

5    3 

7  27 

5    5 

7  25 

5    7 

7  23 

5    9 

7  20 

5  11 

7  18 

5  13 

7  15 

5  15 

7  13 

5  16 

7  10 

Declination 

North. 

18°  3' 45" 

17  48  31 

33  0 

17  11 

1  6 

44  45 
28  7 
11  13 
54  4 
36  39 
19  0 

1  5 
42  56 
24  34 

5  57 

47  6 

28  3 

8  46 
49  17 

29  35 

9  42 
49  36 
29  20 

8  52 

48  14, 
27  26 

6  27 

45  19 
24  2 

2  36 
41  1 


Equation 
of  Time. 

Clock 
bef.  Sun. 


2 
2 
1 
1 
I 
1 

0  50 
0  32 
0  14 


MOON. 


Age. 


Rises, 
u.  M. 
Oa  52 

2  19 

3  52 

5  24 

6  46 

7  48 

8  27 
8  51 


9  58 

10  12 

10  29 

10  57 

11  34 


0m25 

1  29 

2  43 

4  1 

5  19 

6  37 

7  56 
9  16 

10  39 
Oa  5 
1  36 

3  6 


Souths. 

H.  M. 

5a  53 

6  42 

7  37 

8  37 

9  41 

10  47 

11  51 


0?n52 
1  47 


43 
30 
18 
8   7 

8  58 

9  48 

10  38 

11  26 
Oa  12 
0  56 


6  27 


Sots. 

H.  M. 

10a  40 

10  52 

11  9 
11  44 


0?n  35 
1  50 
3  24 

5  3 

6  40 

8  12 

9  40 
11   5 

Oa  28 


49 


22 
29 
22 
1 
29 
49 
8  2 
8  12 
8  20 
8  29 
8  36 
8  46 

8  59 

9  15 
9  40 


HIGH  WATEE 
AT  LEITII. 


Morn. 

H.  M. 

7  2 

7  56 

8  56 

10  10 

11  22 


1  1 

1  59 

2  51 

3  35 

4  20 

5  4 

5  46 

6  28 

7  15 

8  7 

9  12 

10  27 

11  43 

0  15 

1  7 

1  51 

2  26 

2  59 

3  30 

4  1 

4  32 

5  7 

5  43 

6  27 

7  17 


Even. 

H.  M. 

7  27 

8  25 

9  34 

10  46 

11  56 

0  29 

1  30 

2  25 

3  13 

3  59 

4  42 

5  24 

6  8 

6  53 

7  44 

8  39 

9  50 
11  4 


0  44 

1  29 

2  8 

2  43 

3  15 

3  44 

4  16 

4  50 

5  23 

6  4 

6  51 

7  49 


SEPTEMBEE  1854. 


.M 

c 

p. 

^ 

4-1 

o 

s; 

fi 

Q 

1 

Fr 

2 

Sa 

3 

R 

4 

M 

5 

Tu 

6 

W 

7 

Th 

8 

Fr 

9 

Sa 

10 

S 

11 

M 

12 

Tn 

13 

W 

14 

Th 

15 

Fr 

16 

Sa 

17 

R 

18 

M 

19 

Tn 

20 

AV 

21 

Th 

22 

Fr 

23 

Sa 

24 

R 

25 

M 

26 

Tu 

27 

AT 

28 

Th 

29 

Fr 

30 

Sa 

Full  Moon.... 
Last  Quarter . 


D.  H.  M.        MOON'S  PHASES. 
.   6    9  18  a.  I 

.14    6  30m. 


New  Moon 

Second  Quarter 


.22    8    3  m. 
,29    0  38  a. 


SUNDAYS,  HOLIDAYS, 
&C. 


Partridge  sh.  begins.... 
1  St  GUes,  A  c: 

12tt  Sun.  after  Trinity 
2Lon.  bur.  166G,O.S. 

Enurchus  Bp 

B.  Virgin  Mary  born.. 

IZth  Sun.  after  Trinity 

Fis.  n.  of  T-weedclo 

14  Holycross 

17  Lambert 

lUhSun.  after  Trinity 

St  Matthew  Apostle  .... 

23  Autumn  com 

Sun  en.  Lib.  9/j.  12m.  M. 
\hlh  Sun.  after  Trinity 
23  Day  &  JVight  equal 
St  Cyprian 

St  Micluiel  (ball  A  ngels 
29  Michaelmas  Day . 


SUN. 


Rises. 

H.  M. 

5  18 
5  20 
5  22 
5  24 
5  26 
5  28 
5  30 
5  32 
5  34 
5  36 
5  38 
5  40 
5  42 
5  44 
5  46 
5  48 
5  50 
5  52 
5  54 
5  56 
5  57 

5  59 

6  J 
6  3 


6  5 
6  7 
6  9 
6  11 
6  13 
6  15 


Sets. 

H.  M. 

7  8 
7  5 
7  2 
7  0 
6  57 
6  54 
6  51 
6  48 
6  46 
6  44 
6  41 
6  38 
6  36 
6  34 
6  31 
6  28 
6  26 
6  23 
6  20 
6  17 
6  15 
6  12 
6  9 
6  7 
6  4 
6  1 
5  59 
5  66 
5  53 
5  51 


Declination 
No.  &  So. 
8°  19'  18" 
7  57  27 
35  28 
13  23 
51  10 
28  50 

6  24 

43  52 
21  15 

58  32 

35  43 

12  50 
49  52 
26  50 

3  44 
40  35 
17  22 
54  7 
30  48 

7  28. 

44  6 
N.  20  42 
s.  2  43 

26  9 
49  35 

13  1 

36  26 

59  51 
23  15 
46  37 


Equation 
of  Time. 

Clock 
aft.  Sun. 


0  43 

1  2 


MOON. 


Age. 


H.    M. 

4a  29 

5  38 

6  25 

6  54 

7  14 


7  27 

7  36 

7  44 

7  54 

8  4 
8  16 
8  33 

8  55 

9  28 

10  14 

11  15 


0m26 


8  26 

9  52 
11  23 

0a54 

2  22 

3  34 

4  25 


Souths. 

H.      M. 

7a  27 

8  30 

9  34 

10  35 

11  32 


0m25 


14 
2 
49 
35 
22 
11 
0 
51 
42 
32 
20 
7 

10  52 

11  36 
Oa20 
1   3 

1  48 

2  36 

3  27 

4  22 

5  21 

6  22 

7  24 


10a  21 
11  24 


0»i51 
2  26 
4   5 


5  39 

7  10 

8  38 

10  3 

11  28 
Oa  51 
2  9 


3 

4 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 

6  55 

7  5 


7  20 

7  42 

8  17 

9  11 
10  26 


HIGH  WATER 
AT  LEITH. 


Morn. 

H.  M. 

8  19 

9  47 
11  17 


0  59 

1  51 

2  37 

3  14 

3  55 

4  34 

5  9 

5  48 

6  29 

7  18 

8  20 

9  44 
U  9 


0  45 

1  26 

1  59 

2  31 

3  0 

3  33 

4  5 

4  40 

5  15 

5  58 

6  56 


Even. 

H.   M. 

9  2 

10  35 

11  55 

0  28 

1  27 

2  15 

2  58 

3  36 

4  14 

4  54 

5  29 

6  8 

6  53 

7  46 
9  1 

10  32 

11  49 

0  23 

1  6 

1  42 

2  15 

2  46 

3  IG 

3  47 

4  20 

5  0 

5  37 

6  24 

7  31 

8  55 


CALENDAR  FOR  1854-55. 


OCTOBER  1854. 


Full  Moon 6  7  37  m. 

Last  Quarter U  1  43  h. 


D.  H.  M.      MOON'S  PHASES. 


New  Moor. 21     9  25  a. 

Second  Quarter 28    7    4  a. 


SUSDATS,  nOLIDATS, 

&c. 


leth  San.  after  Trinity 
Pheasant  shoot,  begins. 
1  Eemigius,  Bp 

Faith,'v.  &  ii!!'.'.'.!!]!!! 

\ithSun.  after  Trinity 
St  Denys,  Bp 

Michaelmas  Day,  O.S. 

K.  Ed.  conf.  ti'ansl 

15  Ttceed  net  fish,  doses 
18th  Sun.  after  Trinity 

Ethelreda 

St  Luke  the  Evangelist. 

iiihSun.  after  Trinity. 
S.  en.  Scorp.  5h  14  m  m. 

St  Crispin  M 

St  Simon  and  St  Jucle. 
20th  Sun .  after  Trinity. 

Hallow  Eve 


SUN. 


Rises. 

Sets. 

H.  M. 

H.  M. 

6  17 

5  49 

6  19 

5  46 

6  21 

5  43 

6  23 

5  41 

6  25 

5  38 

6  27 

5  36 

6  29 

5  33 

6  31 

5  31 

6  33 

5  28 

6  35 

5  25 

6  37 

5  23 

6  39 

5  20 

6  41 

5  17 

6  43 

5  15 

6  46 

5  12 

6  48 

5  10 

6  50 

5  8 

6  52 

5  5 

6  54 

5  2 

6  56 

5  0 

6  58 

4  58 

7  0 

4  55 

7  2 

4  52 

7  4 

4  50 

7  6 

4  48 

7  9 

4  45 

7  n 

4  43 

7  13 

4  41 

7  16 

4  38 

7  18 

4  36 

7  20 

4  34 

Declination 
South. 
3°  9' 57 
3  33  16 

3  56  31 

4  19  44 

4  42  54 

5  6  0 
5  29  3 

5  52  1 

6  14  54 

6  37  43 

7  0  23 
7  23  4 

7  45  36 

8  8  2 
8  30  21 

8  52  33 

9  14  37 
9  36  34 
9  58  22 

10  20  1 

10  41  32 

11  2  53 
11  24  4 

11  45  4 

12  5  54 
12  26  33 

12  46  59 

13  7  14 
13  27  17 

13  47  6 

14  6  42 


Equation 

of  Time. 

Clock 

after  Sun. 


10'  17' 

10  36 

10  54 

11  13 
11  31 

11  49 

12  6 
12  23 
12  39 

12  55 

13  11 
13  26 
13  40 

13  54 

14  8 
14  21 
14  33 
14  44 

14  56 

15  6 
15  16 
15  25 
15  33 
15  41 
15  48 
15  54 


16  0 

16  5 

16  9 

16  12 

16  15 


MOON. 


Age. 


4a  59 
5  19 


33 
45 
51 
1 
10 
20 
35 
54 
23 
8  4 
8  59 

10  6 

11  21 


0ot40 
2   1 


10  35 

Oa    8 


Souths. 

H.  M. 

8a  24 
9  20 

10  14 

11  4 
11  51 


0m38 


1  25 

2  12 

3  1 

3  51 

4  42 

5  34 

6  24 

7  13 

8  1 

8  46 

9  30 
10  14 

10  57 

11  42 
Oa  30 
1  20 


Sets. 

H.   M. 

11a  58 


l7n35 

3  9 

4  41 

6  9 

7  36 
9   1 

10  25 

11  48 
la  5 

2  11 

3  2 
36 

1 
18 
30 
40 
48 
55 

3 
14 
26 
44 
14 

3 

8  13 

9  42 
11  13 


0ot48 


HIGH  WATEE 
AT  LEITH. 


Mom. 

n.  M. 

9  43 
11  19 


0  47 

1  34 

2  14 

2  49 

3  26 

4  1 

4  36 

5  12 

5  52 

6  41 

7  39 
9  2 

10  31 

11  45 
0  13 

0  49 

1  25 

1  56 

2  29 

3  2 

3  37 

4  14 

4  59 

5  49 

6  50 

8  6 

9  42 
11  5 


Even. 

H.  M. 

10  33 

11  55 

0  22 

1  U 

1  55 

2  34 

3  7 

3  44 

4  19 
i  54 

5  33 

6  15 

7  6 

8  21 

9  51 
11  11 

6"30 
1  7 

1  40 

2  12 

2  45 

3  18 

3  57 

4  37 

5  22 

6  18 

7  25 

8  53 

10  26 

11  35 


NOVEMBER  1854. 


D.   H.    51. 

Full  Moon 4    9    1a. 

Last  Quarter...,. 12  10    9  a. 


MOON'S  PHASES. 


New  Moon 20  10    2  m. 

Second  Quarter 27    2  40  h. 


SU^■DATS,  HOLHIATSj 

&c. 


All  Saints;  Hallowmas 
All  Souls 

5*Gunpoicderplot,l60o 
nst  Sun.  after  Trinity 

St  Leonard 

Ticeed  rod  fish,  closes.. 

Prince  of  wdus  6.1841 

Martinm . — St  Mart. . . . 
22rf  Sun.  after  Trinity. 
14InnerH.Co.  ofSess. 
sit.  L.  0.  meet  on  1st 
Machutus 

Hugh,  Bp.  of  Lincoln. 

23(f  Sun.  after  Trinity. 

22  St  Cecilia 

Prin.  Rovalb.  1840.... 
S.  en  Sagit.  2h  lO^m  a. 
Martinmas,  O.S 

23  St  Clement 

St  Catherine 

mh  Sun.  after  Trinity 

30  St  Andrew  Ap... 
Andermas , 


STJN. 


Rises. 

H.  M. 

7  22 
7  24 
7  26 
7  28 
7  30 
7  32 
7  34 
7  36 
7  38 
7  40 
7  42 
7  44 
7  46 
7  49 
7  51 
7  53 
7  55 

7  67 

8  0 
8  2 
8  4 
8  6 
8  8 
8  10 
8  11 
8  13 
8  15 
8  17 
8  19 
8  21 


Sets. 

H.  M. 

4  32 
4  30 
4  28 
4  26 
4  24 
4  22 
4  20 
4  18 
4  16 
4  14 
4  12 
4  10 
4  8 


3  59 
3  58 
3  56 
3  55 
3  53 
3  52 
3  50 
3  49 
3  48 
3  47 
3  45 
3  44 
3  43 


Declination 

South. 

14026'  5' 

14  45  13 

15  4  7 
15  22  46 
15  41  10 

15  59  19 

16  17  11 
16  34  47 

16  52  7 

17  9  9 
17  25  54 
17  42  20 

17  58  29 

18  14  18 
18  29  49 
18  45  0 

18  59  51 

19  14  22 
19  28  32 
19  42  21 

19  55  49 

20  8  54 
20  21  37 
20  33  58 
20  45  56 

20  57  30 

21  8  40 
21  19  27 
21  29  49 
21  39  47 


Equation 
of  Time. 

Clock 
after  Sun. 


Age. 


16'  16" 

16  18 

16  18 

16  17 

16  16 

16  14 

16  11 

16  7 

16  2 

15  56 

15  50 

15  43 

15  34 

15  25 

15  15 

15  5 

14  53 

14  41 

14  27 

14  13 

13  58 

13  42 

13  26 

13  8 

12  50 

12  32 

12  12 

11  52 

11  31 

11  9 


MOON. 


Rises, 
n.    M. 

4a    2 


10 
19 
28 
39 
56 
20 
55 
46 
7  49 
9      1 

10  18 

11  36 


0m55 
2  15 


3  37 

5  1 

6  31 

8  6 

9  41 
11  11 

Go  22 

1  7 


Souths. 

H.  M. 

9a  45 

10  31 

11  17 


dm   3 
0  51 


41 


3  24 

4  16 

5  5 

5  53 

6  39 

7  23 

8  6 

8  49 

9  33 

10  19 

11  8 
Oa  2 
1  1 


2  4 

3  9 

4  12 

5  11 

6  6 

6  56 

7  43 

8  28 

9  13 


Sets. 

H.  M. 

2m  19 
3  46 

5  11 

6  36 

8  1 

9  25 

10  46 

11  58 
0a^6 


8  58 
10  33 


Om  3 

1  32 

2  56 


HIGH  WATEE 
AT  LEITH. 


H.  M. 

0"28 
1  11 

1  49 

2  27 

2  59 

3  35 

4  9 

4  46 

5  26 

6  10 

7  6 

8  13 

9  37 

10  48 

11  44 
0  5 

0  43 

1  21 

1  58 

2  37 

3  16 

4  1 

4  50 

5  45 

6  49 

8  3 

9  23 

10  33 

11  33 


Even. 

H.  M. 

0  3 

0  50 

1  31 

2  9 

2  44 

3  17 

3  51 

4  26 

5  4 

5  46 

6  36 

7  38 

8  55 

10  17 

11  17 

0  24 

1  2 

1  39 

2  17 

2  57 

3  38 

4  24 

5  16 

6  16 

7  23 

8  41 

10  2 

11  5 
11  58 


CALENDAR  FOR  1854-55. 


XI 


~"~ 

DECEMBER  1854. 

c 
S 

o 

1 

i 

o 

1 

a 

1 

3.     H.  M. 

I    1  34  a. 

6    llA. 

MOON'S  PHASES 

1 

*rew  Moo 
Second  Q 

n 

D.     H.  M. 
19     9    47a 

Last  Quarter 

12 

26 

0   38a 

SUNDAYS,  HOLIDAYS, 

SUN. 

Equation 
of  Time. 
Clock  aft. 
&  h.  Sun. 

MOON. 

HIGH  WATEK    1 

at  leith.     1 

Rises. 

H.   M. 

8  22 
8  24 
8  26 
8  27 
8  29 
8  30 
8  31 
8  32 
8  33 
8  35 
8  36 
8  37 
8  38 
8  39 
8  40 
8  41 
8  42 
8  43 
8  44 
8  45 
8  45 
8  46 
8  46 
8  47 
8  47 
8  47 
8  47 
8  47 
8  47 
8  47 
8  47 

Sets. 

H.   M. 

3  42 
3  41 
3  40 
3  39 
3  39 
3  38 
3  38 
3  37 
3  37 
3  37 
3  36 
3  36 
3  36 
3  36 
3  36 
3  36 
3  36 
3  36 
3  36 
3  37 
3  37 
3  38 
3  38 
3  39 
3  39 
3  40 
3  41 
3  42 
3  43 
3  44 
3  45 

Declination 

South. 
210  49' 20" 

21  58  28 

22  7  10 
22    15  27 
22    23  17 
22     30  42 
22    37  40 
22     44  12 
22    50  17 

22  55  55 

23  1    6 
23      5  50 
23     10    6 
23     13  55 
23     17  15 
23    20    8 
23    22  33 
23    24  30 
23    25  58 
23    26  58 
23    27  30 
23    27  34 
23    27    9 
23    26  16 
23    24  55 
23    23     5 
23    20  47 
23    18     1 
23     14  47 
23     11     5 
23      6  55 

Age. 

Rises. 

H.      M. 

2a  35 

2  47 

3  1 
3     22 

3  53 

4  37 

5  35 

6  45 

8  0 

9  16 

10  35 

11  52 

i'ni'il 

2  31 

3  57 
5    28 

7  4 

8  40 

10  2 

11  0 
11     36 
11     58 

Oa  12 
0    21 
0    29 
0    37 
0    46 

0  57 

1  8 
1     27 

Souths. 

H.      M. 

9a  58 

10  45 

11  34 

Om'24 

1  16 

2  8 

2  58 

3  47 

4  33 

5  17 

6  0 

6  42 

7  24 

8  7 

8  54 

9  45 

10  42 

11  44 
Oa  49 

1  56 

2  59 

3  58 

4  51 

5  41 

6  27 

7  12 

7  57 

8  43 

9  30 
10     19 

Sets. 

H.    M. 

4to19 

5  42 

7  5 

8  27 

9  43 

10  47 

11  34 
Oa    6 
0    30 
0    45 

0  55 

1  4 
1     12 
1     19 
1     26 
1     36 

1  49 

2  9 

2  41 

3  37 

4  58 

6  32 

8  11 

9  46 
11     17 

6Hr42 

2  7 

3  29 

4  52 
6     13 

Mom. 

H    M. 

0'43 

1  25 

2  4 

2  43 

3  17 

3  52 

4  29 

5  6 

5  50 

6  36 

7  26 

8  31 

9  42 

10  41 

11  38 
0     1 

0  45 

1  33 

2  20 

3  7 

3  55 

4  48 

5  42 

6  38 

7  37 

8  43 

9  50 

10  51 

11  50 
0  20 

Even. 

H.     M. 

0  22 

1  4 

1  46 

2  24 

3  0 

3  34 

4  11 

4  47 

5  28 

6  12 

7  1 
7  59 
9     8 

10  14 

11  11 

b"23 
1     8 

1  55 

2  43 

3  30 

4  20 

5  14 

6  9 

7  6 

8  9 

9  16 

10  21 

11  20 

b'43 

1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
U 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 

Fr 
Sa 
S 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 
S 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 
S 
M 
Tu 

yy 

Th 
Fr 
Sa 

S 

M 
Tu 

W 
Th 

Fr 

10'   47" 
10    24 
10      1 
9    37 
9    12 
8    47 
8    21 
7    55 
7    29 
7      1 
6    34 
6      6 
5    38 
5      9 
4    40 
4     11 
3    41 
3     11 
2    42 
2     12 
1     42 
I     12 
0     41 
aft.  11 
bef.  19 

0  48 

1  18 

1  48 

2  17 

2  46 

3  15 

12 
13 
14 
15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

Concep.  of  B.V.  M.  ... 

•2d  Sunday  in  Advent.. 

10  Grouse,  BlcKkCock,& 

Ptarmigan  sh.  ends . 

St  Lucy 

3d  Sunday  in  Advent.. 

23  Ct.  of  Session  rises 

<S  e/iCapr.  2h.  59m.  ii. 
22W.  com.-Shortest  d. 
ith  Sunday  in  Advent.. 

St  Stephen  the  mar 

Holy  Innocents'  Day.. 

30  '  Sa 

31  j    S 

31  St  Sylvester 

Jj 

iNUAR 

y  186 

5. 

2 

o 

1 

"3 

o 

1 

P 

Full  Moon 

........  ] 

D.  n.  1 
3    8  1 
1    0  1 

I. 

9  51. 

3  a. 

MOO 

N'S  PHAS 

ES. 

New  Mo( 
Second  (J 

m 

uarter .. 

D.     H.  51. 

18    8  37m 

25    1  39m 

SUNDAYS,  HOLIDAYS, 

&c. 

SUN. 

Equation 

of  Time. 

Clock 

bef.  Sun. 

MOON. 

HIGH  WATER 
AT  LEITH. 

Rises, 
n.  M. 
8  47 
8  47 
8  47 
8  46 
8  46 
8  45 
8  45 
8  44 
8  44 
8  43 
8  42 
8  41 
8  40 
8  39 
8  38 
8  37 
8  36 
8  35 
8  33 
8  31 
8  30 
8  29 
8  27 
8  25 
8  24 
8  22 
8  20 
8  18 
8  16 
8  15 
8  13 

Sets. 

H.   M. 

3  47 
3  48 
3  49 
3  50 
3  51 
3  52 
3  53 
3  55 
3  56 

3  58 

4  0 
4    2 
4    4 
4    5 
4    7 
4    9 
4  11 
4  13 
4  15 
4  17 
4  19 
4  21 
4  23 
4  25 
4  28 
4  30 
4  32 
4  34 
4  36 
4  39 
4  41 

Declination 

South. 
23°    2' 17" 
22    57  12 
22    51  40 
22    45  40 
22    39  13 
22    32  19 
22    24  59 
22    17  12 
22      8  59 
22      0  20 
21     51  15 
21     41  45 
21     31  49 
21     21  28 
21     10  43 
20    59  33 
20    48     0 
20    36    2 
20    23  41 
20     10  57 
19    57  50 
19    44  21 
19    30  30 
19    16  17 
19      1  44 
18    46  49 
18    31  34 
18     15  59 
18      0    4 
17    43  50 
17    27  17 

Age. 

Rises. 

H.        M. 

la  53 

2  32 

3  25 

4  33 

5  46 

7  3 

8  21 

9  36 
10    53 

Oml'o 

1  32 

2  57 
4    28 

6  3 

7  32 

8  43 

9  30 
9    58 

10    15 
10    27 
10    36 
10    45 

10  54 

11  2 
11     15 
11     31 
11    55 

Oa29 

1  18 

2  22 

Souths. 

H.      M. 

11a  10 

(toi""2 

0  53 

1  42 

2  29 

3  14 

3  57 

4  33 

5  19 

6  1 

6  44 

7  32 

8  24 

9  22 

10  25 

11  31 
0a38 

1  41 

2  39 

3  32 

4  21 

5  8 

5  54 

6  40 

7  27 

8  16 

9  6 
9    58 

10  49 

11  39 

Sets. 

H.      M. 

7m  30 

8  38 

9  31 
10      9 
10    34 

10  51 

11  3 
11     12 
11     20 
11     27 
11     35 
11     42 
11     53 

Oa  10 

0  33 

1  15 

2  22 

3  53 
5    35 

7  15 

8  52 
10    23 
U    50 

1^16 
2    39 

4  1 

5  20 

6  32 

7  29 

8  11 

Morn. 

II.  M. 

1    8 

1  50 

2  31 

3  7 

3  43 

4  16 

4  51 

5  28 

6  6 

6  47 

7  33 

8  31 

9  37 

10  43 

11  52 

0  21 

1  16 

2  9 

3  1 

3  51 

4  38 

5  26 

6  15 

7  4 

7  55 

8  52 

9  59 
11  13 

b"52 
1  39 

Even. 

U.   51. 

1  29 

2  10 

2  48 

3  24 

4  0 

4  33 

5  11 

5  47 

6  27 

7  11 
7  59 
9    3 

10  9 

11  17 

big 

1  43 

2  35 

3  24 

4  12 

5  2 

5  50 

6  39 

7  28 

8  23 

9  25 

10  36 

11  50 

0  23 

1  16 

2  2 

1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 

M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 

s 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 

S 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 

S 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sn 

s 

3'   44" 
4    12 

4  40 

5  7 

5  34 

6  1 
6    27 

6  53 

7  18 

7  43 

8  7 
8    30 

8  53 

9  16 
9    37 
9    58 

10    19 
10    38 

10  57 

11  16 
11     33 

11  50 

12  5 
12    21 
12    35 

12  48 

13  1 
13    13 
13    23 
13    34 
13    43 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

I 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

IstSun.  after  Epiphany 

N.  Year's  Day,  O.S 

2d  Sun.  after  Epiphany 
13  St  Hilary  Bp 

Court  of  Session  meets 

PriscaV 

20  St  Fahlan 

Sun  en.  Aq.lA.  36^m.  A. 
3d  Sun.  after  Epiphany 
21  St  Agnes  V 

22  St  Vincent  SI 

Conversion  of  St  Paul.. 

ith  Sun.  afterEpiphany 

30  i  Tu 

31  1  W 

*K.  Char.  L  mart.  1649 

.;—- 

CALENDAR  FOR  1854^65. 


FEBEUART  1855. 


9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 

19 

20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 


Full  Moon 

Last  Quarter.. 


D.  H,  M.      MOON'S  PHASES.  d.    n.  m. 

.  2    3  41  M.  I  New  Moon 16    6  48  a. 

.10    3    0  m.  I  Second  Quarter 23    5  34  a. 


SUNDATS,  HOLIDAYS 


SUN. 


Fish.  N.  of  Ttoeed  open 
1  Par.  &  Pkca.  sh.  ends 

1  St  Bridget 

Sepltiayesima  Simdaij. 

2  Purification,    or> 
Candlemas j( 

3  Blasius,  Bp 

5  St  Agatha,  V 

*Queen  married,  1840. 
iSexagesiina  Sunday.... 

Candlemas,  O.S 

14  St  Valentine,  Ep.... 

Quinqaofiesima,     or) 

Shrove  Sunday. ...$ 

S.en.Pisces,ih  14jmM. 

Ash  Wednesday 

St  Matthias  the  Apos. 
Quadragesima  —  \st 
Sunday  in  Lent 


Rises. 

H.  31. 

8  11 

8  9 
8  7 
8  5 


8  1 
8  0 
7  58 
7  56 
7  54 
7  52 
7  50 
7  47 
7  45 
7  42 
7  40 
7  37 


7  33 
7  30 
7  23 
7  26 
7  23 
7  21 
7  18 
7  16 
7  13 
7  11 


Sets. 

H.  M. 

4  43 
4  45 
4  47 
4  49 

4  51 

4  53 
4  55 

4  57 

5  0 


5  2 
5  4 
5  6 
5  9 
5  11 


5  12 
5  14 
5  17 
5  19 

5  21 
5  24 
5  26 
5  28 
5  31 
5  33 
5  34 
5  36 
5  39 
5  41 


Declination 

South. 
I701O'  26" 
16  53  17 
16  35  50 
16  18  6 

16  0  5 

15  41  47 
15  23  13 
15  4  24 
14  45  19 
14  26  0 
14  6  25 
13  46  37 
13  26  35 
13  6  20 
12  45  52 
12  25  12 
12  4  20 

11  43  16 

II  22  1 
11  0  36 
10  39  0 
10  17  15 
9  55  20 
9  33  17 
9  11  5 
8  48  44 
8  26  16 
8  3  41 


Equation 
of  Time. 

Clock 
bef.  Sun. 


13'  51" 

13  59 

14  6 
14  12 

14  17 

14  21 

14  25 

14  28 

14  30 

14  31 

14  31 

14  31 

14  30 

14  28 

14  26 

14  22 

14  19 

14  14 


13  56 

13  48 

13  40 

13  32 

13  22 

13  12 

13  2 

12  51 


MOON. 


Age 


Rises, 
n.  M. 
3a  36 
4     51 

6  8 

7  25 

8  41 

9  59 
11     17 


0m39 
2      6 


8     18 
8    32 


8  52 

9  1 
9  8 
9  20 
9  35 
9  55 

10  26 

11  10 
Oa  10 
1  20 


Souths. 
H.    jr. 


0m27 
1     12 

1  55 

2  37 


3  18 

3  59 

4  41 

5  26 

6  14 

7  7 

8  6 

9  9 

10  14 

11  18 
Oa  19 
1  15 


2  58 

3  46 

4  33 

5  21 

6  11 

7  1 

7  53 

8  44 

9  35 
10  23 


Sets, 
n.  It. 
8m  40 

8  50 

9  11 
9     21 

9    29 


HIGH  WATER 

AT  LEITH. 


10  12 

10  30 

11  2 
11  53 

la  13 

2  51 

4  32 

6  13 

7  51 

9  23 

10  52 


0'n21 

1  46 

3  9 

4  24 

5  26 

6  12 
6  45 


Morn. 

II.  M. 

=2  21 
"2  57 

3  29 

4  0 

4  31 

5  3 

6  35 
6  12 

6  54 

7  39 

8  42 

9  59 
11  25 

0  4 

1  8 

2  2 

2  52 

3  35 

4  19 

5  1 

5  42 

6  25 

7  8 
7  69 
9    8 

10  33 

11  58 
0  32 


Even. 

H.     M. 

2  30 

3  14 

3  44 

4  14 

4  47 

5  19 

5  53 

6  34 

7  15 

8  8 

9  16 

10  43 

o"39 

1  37 

2  26 

3  13 

3  57 

4  39 

5  23 

6  i 
G  45 

7  31 

8  30 

9  51 

11  17 


MARCH  1855. 


Full  Moon 

Last  Quarter., 


D.  H.  M.         MOON'S  PHASES.  d.  n.  m. 

..  3  10    8  A.  I  New  Moon 18    4  45  ir. 

.11     1  59  A.  I  Second  Quarter.. ..25  11  25  m. 


SDNDATS,  HOLIDATS, 
&C. 


St  David,  Ahp.  d.  544.. 
Chad.  Bp 

2d  Sunday  in  Lent 

Zd  Sundayin  Lent 

St  Gregory,  M 

In.H.  ofC.ofSes.rises 

is  Pr.  Louisa  6.  1848.. 
St  Patrick 

Mid  Len  t  Sunday 

20  Lords  Ordinary  of 
Court  of  Session  rise 

S.  en.  Aries,  ih  Imu. 

21  Day  and  night  equal 
21  St  Benedict,  Ahp... 
21  Spring  commences. 

6th  Sunday  in  Lent 

25  Annun Lady  Day 


SUN. 


Rises. 

Sets. 

H.  M. 

H.  M. 

7  9 

5  43 

7  6 

5  45 

7  3 

5  47 

7  0 

5  50 

6  58 

5  52 

6  56 

5  54 

6  53 

5  56 

6  50 

5  58 

6  48 

6  0 

6  45 

6  2 

6  42 

6  4 

6  40 

6  6 

6  37 

6  9 

6  35 

6  11 

6  32 

6  13 

6  29 

6  15 

6  27 

6  17 

6  24 

6  19 

6  21 

6  21 

6  19 

6  23 

6  17 

6  25 

6  13 

6  27 

6  11 

6  29 

6  8 

6  31 

6  5 

6  33 

6  3 

6  35 

6  1 

6  37 

5  58 

6  39 

5  55 

6  41 

5  53 

6  43 

5  50 

6  46 

Declination 
So.  &  No. 
7°40' 59" 
7  18  11 
6  55  16 
6  32  15 
6  9  9 
5  45  58 
5  22  42 
4  59  22 
4  35  58 
4  12  30 
3  48  59 
3  25  25 
3  1  49 
2  38  10 
2  14  30 
1  50  48 
1  27  6 
1  3  22 
0  39  39 
s.  15  56 
N.  7  47 
0  31  28 

0  55  9 

1  18  47 

1  42  23 

2  5  57 
2  29  28 

2  52  56 

3  16  20 

3  39  41 

4  2  57 


Equation 
of  Time. 

Clock 
hef.  Snn. 


Age. 


12'  39" 

12  27 

12  15 

12  2 

11  48 

11  34 

11  20 

11  5 

10  50 

10  34 

10  18 


MOON. 


Rises, 
n.  M. 
2a  36 


10  20 

11  50 


1to20 
2    49 


10 
13 
55 
20 
38 
48 
57 
7 
14 
25 
37 
57 

8  22 

9  1 
9  56 

11   3 
Oa  19 

1  38 

2  57 
4  15 


11a  10 
11  54 


10  58 

11  52 
Oa43 


8  18 

9  5 
9  50 

10  33 

11  15 


Sets. 

H.  M. 

7ni  6 


8  18 

8  33 

8  59 

9  40 
10  45 

Oa  14 

1  53 


3  33 

5  12 

6  47 

8  19 

9  51 
11  21 


Cm  47 
2  10 


HIGH  WATER 
AT  LEITH. 


Mom. 
n.  M. 

1  21 

2  2 

2  36 

3  7 

3  33 

4  3 

4  34 

5  6 

5  41 

6  19 

7  8 

8  9 

9  36 
11  14 

b"59 

1  48 

2  33 

3  13 

3  53 

4  30 

5  9 

5  48 

6  30 

7  20 

8  26 

9  56 
11  26 

0  0 

0  53 

1  31 


Even. 

H.  M. 

1  43 

2  19 

2  53 

3  21 

3  49 

4  18 

4  49 

5  23 

5  59 

6  43 

7  35 

8  50 

10  28 

11  56 

0  31 

1  25 

2  10 

2  54 

3  32 

4  12 

4  49 

5  28 

6  8 

6  54 

7  48 

9  9 
10  43 

0  35 

1  13 

1  49 


CALENDAR  FOR  1854-55. 


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2 

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3 

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5 

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6 

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7 

Sa 

8 

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9 

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10 

Tu 

11 

W 

12 

Th 

13 

Fr 

U 

Sa 

15 

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17 

Tu 

18 

w 

19 

Th 

20 

Fr 

21 

Sa 

22 

R 

23 

sr 

24 

Tu 

25 

AV 

26 

Th 

27 

Fr 

28 

Sa 

29 

S 

30 

Full  Moon 

Last  Quarter.. 


D.    H.   M. 

2    2  28a. 
9    9  36  a. 


MOON'S  PHASES. 


New  Moon  

Second  Quarter 


D.    H.  M. 

.  IG     3     5a. 
.  24     5  57m. 


SUNDAYS,  HOLIDATS, 
&C 


Pa!m  Sunday 

Richard  Bp 

St  Ambrose 

*  Good  Friday 

Easter  Sunday 

Easter  Monday 

Easter  Tuesday 

Loto  Sunday , 

St  Donan [meets 

Conv.  of  K.  Burghs.... 

Alphege,  Atp , 

Sun  «n.Tauj".  4/i.l3mA 

2d  Sun.  after  Easter .. 
St  George 

St  Mark  Evang 

25  Ds.  Glo-sier  b.  1776 
25  Prs.  Alice  6»  1843.. 

3d  Sun.  after  Easter... 


STTN. 


Rises. 

H.   M. 

5  47 
5  45 
5  42 
5  39 
5  37 
5  35 
5  32 
5  29 
5  27 
5  24 
5  21 
5  18 
5  10 
5  13 
5  11 


4  59 
4  57 
4  55 
4  52 
4  49 
4  47 
4  45 
4  42 
4  39 
4  37 
4  35 


Sets. 

H.    M. 

6  47 
6  49 
6  51 
G  53 
6  55 
6  57 

6  59 

7  1 


Equation 
of  Time. 
J  Clock  bef, 
DecUnationJ&  aft.  Sun. 
North. 


3 
5 

7 

9 

11 

13 

15 

17 

19 

7  21 

7  23 

7  25 

7  27 

7  29 

7  31 

7  33 

7  35 

7  37 

7  39 

7  41 

7  43 

7  45 


Age, 


4°  26' 

4  49  15 
12  17 
35  13 
58  3 
20  48 
43  25 

5  57 
28  21 
50  37 
12  46 
34  47 
5G  39 
18  22 
39  57 

1  21 

22  38 

43  41 

4  35 
25  18 

45  49 

6  9 

23  17 

46  13 

5  5G 
25  26 

44  42 
3  45 

22  34 
41     9 


3 

2 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

0 

0 

0 
bef. 
aft. 

0 

0 

0 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


MOON. 


Rises. 

H.      M. 

5a  32 
6    51 

8  12 

9  37 
11      5 


Cm  38 


1 

10 
58 
27 
46 
57 
6 
15 
22 
32 
43 
58 
6    20 

6  54 

7  43 

8  46 

10  1 

11  18 
Oa  37 
1    54 

3  13 

4  31 

5  51 


9    41 

10  32 

11  21 
Oa    9 

0  58 

1  48 
2 
3 
4 
5 


10  33 

11  16 


5m  56 

6  2 

6  8 

6  17 

6  25 

6  39 

7  0 

7  35 

8  33 

9  52 
11  27 

la  3 

2  41 

4  15 

5  47 

7  18 

8  49 

10  17 

11  45 


Im  3 
2      6 


BIGH  WATEE 
AT  LEITH. 


Morn. 

H.   M. 

2    4 

2  34 

3  5 

3  32 

4  i 

4  37 

5  14 

5  58 

6  51 

8  0 

9  34 
11     9 

b'io 

1  27 


3  24 

4  2 

4  40 

5  18 

6  3 

6  52 

7  55 
9  20 

10  40 

11  47 
0  12 

0  50 

1  26 


Even, 
n.  M. 
2  20 

2  50 

3  17 

3  49 

4  20 
i  56 

5  33 

6  24 

7  22 

8  45 

10  27 

11  47 

0  16 

1  4 

1  48 

2  29 

3  5 

3  43 

4  20 

5  0 

5  40 

6  25 

7  18 

8  35 

10  2 

11  15 

o'si 

1  9 
1  42 


MAY  1855. 


D.     H.  M. 

FuUMoon' 2    4    3m. 

Last  Quarter 9    3    2  m. 


MOON'S  PHASES. 

New  Moon 16 

Second  Quarter 24 


2  13  M. 

0    2si. 


D.    H.   ST. 

Full  Moon 31  2  48  a 


SUNDAT.S,  HOLIDATS, 
&C. 


St  Philip  &  St  James. .. 
1  Pr.  Arthur  b.  1850... 

1  Beltane 

3  Inven.  of  the  Cross., 

3RoodDay 

ith  Sun.  after  Easter  . 
6  St  John  a.  Fo7'i.  Lot. 


STJN. 


Rises. 

H.   M. 

4  33 
4  31 
4  28 
4  26 
4  24 
4  21 
4  19 
4  17 
4  15 
4  13 
4  11 


Rogation  Sunday.. 
Whitsunday  Term.. 


Ascen.  Day — ffoly  Thr. 
17  Gen.  Assembly  meets 

StDunstan,  Abp 

Sun.  after  Ascension... 
S.  en.  Gem.  ih  18m  a.. 
Court  of  Session  sits.... 
25  Prs.  Helena  b.  1846 
*  Q.  Victoria  b.  1819... 
27  Whitsun.  Term,O.S. 

St  Augustine  Abp 

Whitsunday— Pentecost 
27  Venerable  Bede.. 
*K.  Ch.  II.  restored. 


3  58 
3  56 
3  54 
3  53 
3  51 
3  50 
3  48 
3  47 
3  46 
3  45 
3  43 
3  42 
3  41 
3  39 


Sets. 

H.  M. 

7  47 
7  49 
7  52 
7  54 
7  56 
7  57 

7  59 

8  1 
8  3 
8  5 
8  7 
8  9 
8  11 
8  13 
8  15 
8  16 
8  18 
8  20 
8  22 
8  24 
8  25 
8  27 
8  28 
8  30 
8  32 
8  34 
8  35 
8  37 
8  38 
8  39 
8  41 


Declination 

North. 
14°  59' 29" 
15'  117  35 
15    35  25 

53  0 
10  20 
27  23 
44  10 

0  41 
16  54 

32  51 
48  30 

3  51 
18  55 

33  40 
48  6 

2  13 
16  1 
29  29 

42  37 
55  26 

7  53 
20  1 
31  47 

43  12 

54  16 

4  58 
15  18 
25  16 

34  52 

44  6 
52  57 


Equation 

of  Time. 

Clock 

aft.  Sun. 


MOON. 


Rises. 


II. 


7ol7 
8  44 

10  16 

11  48 


\m   5 
2   0 


8  58 

10  16 

11  34 
Oa  52 
2   9 


0«i  2 
0  51 


6  44 

7  37 

8  26 

9  14 
10  1 

10  49 

11  38 
Oa  29 


6  23 

7  5 

7  46 

8  27 

9  9 
9  53 

10  41 

11  34 


Sets. 

H.   M. 

4m25 


4  33 

4  45 

5  3 

5  34 

6  26 

7  39 
9  9 

10  45 
Oa  21 


10  43 

11  53 


HIGH  -WATEE 
AT  LEITH. 


Mom. 

H.  M. 

1  57 

2  30 

3  3 

3  38 

4  15 

4  59' 

5  48 

6  50 

8  7 

9  34 

10  50 

11  48 
0  10 

0  58 

1  42 

2  25 

3  3 

3  40 

4  17 

4  56 

5  41 

6  30 

7  26 

8  30 

9  43 

10  42 

11  39 
0  0 

0  38 

1  18 
1  59 


Even. 

H.  M. 

2  11 

2  47 

3  19 

4  5 

4  37 

5  22 

6  19 

7  26 
3  49 

10  16 

11  23 

035 

1  19 

2  2 

2  44 

3  21 

3  58 

4  37 

5  18 

6  3 

6  56 

7  57 
9  5 

10  16 

11  12 

o'i'g 

0  58 

1  39 

2  20 


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0 

1 

0     0     0 

1 

0    0     0 

2 

8 

0    0     1 

1 

0 

0 

1 

1 

0 

0 

1 

2    ; 

9 

0 

0 

0 

1 

0     0     0 

2 

0    0    0 

2 

9 

0    0    1 

1 

0 

0 

1 

2 

0 

0 

1 

3 
3 

10 

0 

0 

0 

2 

0     0     0 

2 

0     0     0 

2 

10 

0     0     1 

2 

0 

0 

1 

3 

0 

0 

1 

20 

0 

0 

1 

0 

0    0     1 

0 

0     0     1 

1 

20 

0     0     3 

0 

0 

0 

3 

2 

0 

0 

3 

3 

80 

0 

0 

1 

2 

0    0     1 

3 

0    0     1 

3 

30 

0     0     4 

2 

0 

0 

5 

1 

0 

0 

5 

3 

40 

0 

0 

2 

0 

0     0    2 

1 

0    0    2 

2 

40 

0     0     6 

1 

0 

0 

7 

0 

0 

0 

7 

3 

50 

0 

0 

2 

2 

0    0    2 

3 

0    0    3 

1 

60 

0    0    7 

3 

0 

0 

8 

3 

0 

0 

9 

3 

100 

0 

0 

5 

1 

0    0    5 

3 

0    0    6 

2 

100 

0     1     3 

3 

0 

1 

6 

3 

0 

1 

7 

2 

200 

0 

0 

10 

2 

0     0  11 

3 

0     1     1 

0 

200 

0    2    7 

2 

0 

2 

11 

2 

0 

3 

3 

1 

250 

0 

1 

1 

0 

0     1     2 

3 

0     1    4 

1 

250 

0    3    3 

1 

0 

3 

8 

1 

0 

4 

1 

1 

1000 

0 

4 

4 

0     4  11 

0 

0    6    5 

3 

1000 

0  13     1 

3 

0 

14 

9 

2 

0  16 

5 

1 

3  Days.     1 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0    0     0 

0 

0    0    0 

0 

7  Days.     1 

0    0    0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

2 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0    0     0 

0 

0    0    0 

0 

2 

0    0     0 

1 

0 

0 

0 

1 

0 

0 

0 

1 

3 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0     0     0 

1 

0    0    0 

1 

S 

0    0     0 

2 

0 

0 

0 

2 

0 

0 

0 

2 

i 

0 

0 

0 

1 

0     0     0 

1 

0    0    0 

1 

4 

0    0     0 

2 

0 

0 

0 

3 

0 

0 

0 

3 

5 

0 

0 

0 

1 

0     0     0 

1 

0     0     0 

1 

5 

0    0    0 

3 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

1 

0 

6 

0 

0 

0 

1 

0     0     0 

2 

0    0     0 

2 

6 

0    0    1 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

1 

1 

7 

0 

0 

0 

2 

0     0     0 

2 

0     0     0 

2 

7 

0    0     1 

1 

0 

0 

1 

0 

0 

1 

2 

8 

0 

0 

0 

2 

0     0     0 

2 

0     0     0 

3 

8 

0    0    1 

1 

0 

0 

2 

0 

0 

1 

3 

9 

0 

0 

0 

2 

0     0     0 

3 

0    0    0 

3 

9 

0    0     1 

2 

0 

0 

3 

0 

0 

2 

0 

10 

0 

0 

0 

3 

0     0     0 

3 

0     0     0 

3 

10 

0     0     1 

3 

0 

0 

2 

0 

0 

0 

2 

1 

20 

0 

0 

1 

2 

0     0     1 

3 

0    0     1 

3 

20 

0     0    3 

2 

0 

0 

4 

0 

0 

0 

4 

2 

30 

0 

0 

2 

1 

0    0    2 

2 

0    0    2 

3 

30 

e   0   5 

2 

0 

0 

6 

0 

0 

0 

6 

3 

40 

0 

0 

3 

0 

0    0    3 

2 

0     0    3 

3 

40 

0    0    7 

1 

0 

0 

8 

1 

0 

0 

9 

0 

50 

0 

0 

3 

3 

0    0    4 

1 

0    0    4 

3 

50 

0    0    9 

0 

0 

0 

10 

1 

0 

0 

11 

2 

100 

0 

0 

7 

3 

0     0     8 

3 

0    0    9 

3 

100 

0    1     6 

1 

0 

1 

8 

2 

0 

1 

11 

0 

200 

0 

1 

3 

3 

0     1     5 

3 

0     1     7 

2 

200 

0    3    0 

3 

0 

3 

5 

1 

0 

3 

10 

0 

250 

0 

1 

7 

2 

0    1  10 

0 

0    2    0 

2 

250 

0    3  10 

0 

0 

4 

3 

3 

0 

4 

9 

2 

1000 

0 

6 

6 

3 

0    7    4 

3 

0    8    2 

2 

1000 

0  15    4 

0 

0 

17 

3 

0 

0 

19 

2 

0 

4  Days.     1 

0 

0 

0 



0 

0    0    0 

0 

0    0    0 

0 

8  Days.    1 

0    0    0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

1 

2 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0    0     0 

0 

0     0     0 

1 

2 

0     0    0 

1 

0 

0 

0 

1 

0 

0 

0 

2 

3 

0 

0 

0 

1 

0     0    0 

1 

0    0    0 

1 

3 

0    0    0 

2 

0 

0 

0 

2 

0 

0 

0 

3 

4 

0 

0 

0 

1 

0    0    0 

1 

0     0     0 

2 

4 

0     0    0 

3 

0 

0 

0 

3 

0 

0 

1 

0 

5 

0 

0 

0 

2 

0    0    0 

2 

0     0     0 

2 

5 

0    0     1 

0 

0 

0 

1 

0 

0 

0 

1 

1 

6 

0 

0 

0 

2 

0    0    0 

2 

0    0    0 

3 

6 

0    0    1 

0 

0 

0 

1 

1 

0 

0 

1 

2 

7 

0 

0 

0 

2 

0    0    0 

3 

0    0    0 

3 

7 

0    0    1 

1 

0 

0 

1 

2 

0 

0 

1 

3 

8 

0 

0 

0 

3 

0    0     0 

3 

0    0     1 

0 

8 

0    0     1 

2 

0 

0 

1 

3 

0 

0 

2 

0 

9 

0 

0 

0 

3 

0    0     1 

0 

0    0     1 

0 

9 

0    0     1 

3 

0 

0 

2 

0 

0 

0 

2 

1 

10 

0 

0 

1 

0 

0    0     1 

0 

0    0    1 

1 

10 

0    0    2 

0 

0 

0 

2 

1 

0 

0 

2 

2 

20 

0 

0 

2 

0 

0    0    2 

1 

0     0     2 

2 

20 

0    0    4 

0 

0 

0 

4 

2 

0 

0 

5 

1 

30 

0 

0 

3 

0 

0    0    3 

2 

0     0     3 

3 

30 

0    0    6 

1 

0 

0 

7 

0 

0 

0 

7 

3 

40 

0 

0 

4 

0 

0    0    4 

2 

0    0    5 

1 

40 

0    0    8 

1 

0 

0 

9 

1 

0 

0 

10 

2 

50 

0 

0 

5 

1 

0    0    5 

3 

0    0    6 

2 

60 

0    0  10 

2 

0 

0 

11 

3 

0 

1 

1 

0 

100 

0 

0 

10 

2 

0     0  11 

3 

0     1     1 

0 

100 

0    1     9 

0 

0 

1 

11 

2 

0 

2 

2 

1 

200 

0 

1 

9 

0 

0     1  11 

2 

0    2    2 

1 

200 

0    3    6 

0 

0 

3 

11 

1 

0 

4 

4 

2 

250 

0 

2 

2 

1 

0    2    5 

2 

0    2    8 

3 

250 

0    4    4 

2 

0 

4 

11 

0 

0 

5 

5 

3 

1000 

0 

8 

9 

0 

0    9  10 

1 

0  10  11 

2 

1000 

0  17    6 

1 

0 

19 

8 

2 

1 

1 

11 

0 

INTEREST  TABLE— Continmd. 

9  Days. 

4  per  cent. 

ii 

per  cent. 

5 

per  cent. 

30  Days. 

4  per  cent. 

4J  per  cent. 

5  per 

cent. 

Principal. 

£  s.  d. 

f. 

£ 

s.  d. 

f. 

£ 

s.  d.  f. 

Trincipal. 

£  s.  d.  f. 

£    i.  d. 

/. 

£    s. 

d.  f. 

£1 

0    0    0 

0 

0 

0    0 

1 

0 

0    0     1 

£\ 

0    0    0    3 

0    0    0 

3 

0    0 

0    3 

2 

0    0    0 

1 

0 

0    0 

2 

0 

0    0    2 

2 

0    0    12 

0    0    1 

3 

0    0 

1    3 

3 

0     0    0 

2 

0 

0    0 

3 

0 

0    0    3 

3 

0    0    2    1 

0    0    2 

2 

0    0 

2    3 

4 

0    0    0 

3 

0 

0     1 

0 

0 

0     1     0 

4 

0    0    3    0 

0    0    3 

2 

0    0 

3    3 

5 

0     0     1 

0 

0 

0     1 

1 

0 

0     1     1 

5 

0    0    3    3 

0    0    4 

1 

0    0 

4    3 

6 

0     0     1 

1 

0 

0     1 

2 

0 

0     1     3 

6 

0    0    4    2 

0    0    5 

1 

0    0 

5    3 

7 

0     0     1 

2 

0 

0     1 

3 

0 

0    2    0 

7 

0    0    5    2 

0    0    6 

0 

0    0 

6    3 

8 

0    0     1 

3 

0 

0     2 

0 

0 

0    2     1 

8 

0    0    6     1 

0    0    7 

0 

0    0 

7    3 

9 

0     0     2 

0 

0 

0    2 

1 

0 

0    2    2 

9 

0    0    7    0 

0    0    7 

3 

0    0 

8    3 

10 

0     0     2 

1 

0 

0    2 

2 

0 

0    2    3 

10 

0    0    7    3 

0    0    8 

3 

0    0 

9    3 

20 

0     0     4 

2 

0 

0    5 

1 

0 

0    5    3 

20 

0     13    3 

0     1     5 

3 

0     1 

7    2 

30 

0     0     7 

0 

u 

0    7 

3 

0 

0    8    3 

30 

0     1  11     2 

0    2    2 

2 

0    2 

5    2 

40 

0     0     9 

1 

0 

0  10 

2 

0 

0  11     3 

40 

0    2    7    2 

0    2  11 

2 

0    3 

3    1 

50 

0     0  11 

3 

0 

1     1 

1 

0 

1     2    3 

50 

0    3    3     1 

0    3    8 

1 

0    4 

1     1 

100 

0     1  11 

2 

0 

2    2 

2 

0 

2    5    2 

100 

0    6    6    3 

0    7    4 

3 

0    8 

2    2 

200 

0     3  11 

1 

0 

4    5 

1 

0 

4  11     0 

200 

0  13     1     3 

0  14    9 

2 

0  16 

5     1 

250 

0     4  11 

0 

0 

5    6 

2 

0 

6     1     3 

250 

0  16    5    1 

0  18    5 

3 

1     0 

6     2 

1000 

0  19     8 

2 

1 

2    2 

1 

1 

4    7    3 

1000 

3    5    9    0 

3  13  11 

2 

4    2 

2    1 

10  Days.  1 

0     0     0 

1 

0 

0    0 

T 

0 

0    0     1 

1  Jlonth.  1 

0     0    0    3 

0    0    0 

3 

0    0 

1     0 

2 

0     0     0 

2 

0 

0    0 

2 

0 

0     0    2 

2 

0    0    12 

0    0    1 

3 

0    0 

2    0 

3 

0     0     0 

3 

0 

0    0 

3 

0 

0    0    3 

3- 

0     0     2     1 

0    0    2 

2 

0    0 

3     0 

i 

0     0     1 

0 

0 

0     1 

0 

0 

0     1     1 

4 

0    0    3    0 

0    0    3 

2 

0    0 

4    0 

5 

0     0     1 

1 

0 

0     1 

1 

0 

0     1     2 

5 

0    0    4    0 

0    0    4 

2 

0    0 

5     0 

6 

0     0     1 

2 

0 

0     1 

3 

0 

0    1     3 

6 

0     0     4     3 

0    0    5 

1 

0    0 

6     0 

7 

0     0     1 

3 

0 

0    2 

0 

0 

0    2    1 

7 

0     0     5     3 

0    0    6 

1 

0    0 

7    0 

8 

0     0     2 

0 

0 

0    2 

1 

0 

0     2     2 

8 

0     0    6     1 

0    0    7 

0 

0    0 

8     0 

9 

0    0    2 

1 

0 

0     2 

2 

0 

0     2     3 

9 

0    0    7    0 

0     0    8 

0 

0    0 

9     0 

10 

0     0     2 

2 

0 

0    2 

3 

0 

0     3     1 

10 

0    0    8    0 

0    0    9 

0 

0    0 

10     0 

20 

0     0    5 

1 

0 

0     5 

3 

0 

0     6     2 

20 

0     14    0 

0     1     6 

0 

0     1 

8     0 

30 

0     0     7 

3 

0 

0     8 

3 

0 

0     9     3 

30 

0    2    0    0 

0    2    3 

0 

0     2 

6     0 

40 

0    0  10 

2 

0 

0  11 

3 

0 

1     1     0 

40 

0    2    8     0 

0    3     0 

0 

0     3 

4    0 

50 

0     1     1 

0 

0 

1     2 

3 

0 

1     4     1 

50 

0    3    4    0 

0    3    9 

0 

0     4 

2    0 

100 

0     2     2 

1 

0 

2    5 

2 

0 

2    8    3 

100 

0    6    8    0 

0    7    6 

0 

0     8 

4    0 

200 

0     4     4 

2 

0 

4  11 

0 

0 

5     5     3 

200 

0  13    4    0 

0  15    0 

0 

0  16 

8    0 

250 

0     5     5 

3 

0 

6     1 

3 

0 

6  10     0 

250 

0  16     8    0 

0  18    9 

0 

1    0  10    0  1 

1000 

1     1  11 

0 

1 

4    7 

3 

1 

7    4    3 

1000 

3     6    8     0 

3  15    0 

0 

4    3 

4    0 

20  Days.  1 

0     0     0 

2 

0 

0    0 

2 

0 

0    0    2 

1  Year.    1 

0    0    9    2 

0    0  10 

3 

0    1 

0    0 

2 

0     0     1 

0 

0 

0     1 

0 

0 

0     1     1 

2 

0     17    0 

0    19 

2 

0    2 

0    0 

3 

0     0     1 

2 

0 

0     1 

3 

0 

0     1     3 

3 

0    2    4    3 

0    2    8 

1 

0    3 

0    0 

4 

0     0     2 

0 

0 

0     2 

1 

0 

0    2    2 

4 

0    3    0    0 

0    3     7 

0 

0    4 

0    0 

5 

0     0     2 

2 

0 

0     2 

3 

0 

0    3     1 

5 

0    4    0    0 

0    4    6 

0 

0    5 

0    0 

6 

0     0     3 

0 

0 

0     3 

2 

0 

0    3    3 

6 

0    4    9    2 

0    5    4 

3 

0    6 

0    0 

7 

0    0    3 

2 

0 

0     4 

0 

0 

0    4    2 

7 

0    5    7     0 

0    6    3 

2 

0    7 

0    0 

8 

0    0    4 

0 

0 

0     4 

2 

0 

0    5     1 

8 

0    6    4    3 

0    7    2 

1 

0    8 

0    0 

9 

0    0    4 

2 

0 

0    5 

0 

0 

0    5    3 

9 

0    7    2    1 

0    8    1 

n 

0    9 

0    0 

10 

0    0    5 

1 

0 

0     5 

3 

0 

0    6    2 

10 

0    8    0     0 

0    9     0 

n 

0  10 

0     0 

20 

0    0  10 

2 

0 

0  11 

3 

0 

1     1     0 

20 

0  16    0    0 

0  18    0 

0 

1     0 

0    0 

30 

0     1     3 

3 

0 

1     5 

3 

0 

1     7    2 

30 

14    0     0 

1     7    0 

0 

1  10 

0    0 

40 

0    1     9 

0 

0 

1  11 

2 

0 

2    2    1 

40 

1  12    0    0 

1  16    0 

0 

2    0 

0    0 

50 

0    2    2 

1 

0 

2     5 

2 

0 

2     8     3 

50 

2    0    0    0 

2    5     0 

0 

2  10 

0     0 

100 

0     4     4 

2 

0 

4  11 

0 

0 

5    5    3 

100 

4    0    0     0 

4  10    0 

0 

5    0 

0    0 

200 

0     8     9 

0 

0 

9  10 

1 

0 

10  11     2 

200 

8    0    0    0 

9     0    0 

0 

10    0 

0     0 

250 

0  10  11 

2 

0 

2     3 

3 

0 

13     8     1 

250 

10     0     0     0 

11     5    0 

0 

12  10 

0    0 

1000 

2     3  10 

0 

2 

9     3 

3 

2 

U    9    2 

1000 

40     0     0     0 

45    0    0 

0 

50    0 

0    0 

A  TABLE, 

Showing  tlie  number 

of  Days  in  one  MontTi,  to  the  s 

ame  Day  in 

any  other  I 

lonth. 

From 

.Ian.    Feb.      M»r.    ApriL 

May.  June.  July 

Auff.     Sept. 

Oc 

t.-  N07. 

Dec. 

120     151     181 

212  1  243 

27 

3  1  304  1 

334 

334  1  36 

'  1    "■'1     ""1 

5|    28  1    59  1 

89     120     150 

181  1  212 

24. 

2|  273 

303 

■'" 

306  1  33 

61       92     122 

153  1  184 

21 

t|  245 

275 

275  1  306  1  334  |  365  | 

30       61       91 

122  1  153 

18 

3|  214 

244 

245  1  276  1  304  |  335  | 

365      31      61 

92  1  123 

15 

5|  184 

214 

334    365      30 

61  1    92 

12 

2|  153 

183 

Jtdy 

184    21 

304    335    365 

31  1    62 

9 

2  1  123 

153 

153    184  1  212  1  243 

273    304    334 

365  1    31 

6 

1    92 

122 

122    153  1  181  1  212 

242    273    303 

334  1  365 

3 

)|    61| 

91 

October 

92    123  1  151  1  182 

212    243    273 

304  1  335  1 

3fi, 

1    31  1 

61 
30 

Xovembei 

61      92  1  120  1  151 

181    212    242 

273  1  304  1 

334 

1  365  1 

!  Decemlber 

31  1    62  1    90  1  121 

151  1  182    212 

243  1  274  1 

304 

1  335  1 

365 

1 

XVI 


STAMP  DUTIES,  ETC. 


STAMP  AND  LEGACY  DUTIES,  ETC. 

Note. — The  13th  and  14th  Vict.  c.  97,  imposes  a  duty  according  to  the  number  of  words  in  deeds, 
by  a  general  rule  applicable  to  all  deeds  ■where  progressive  duty  is  not  expressly  charged. 
For  the  progressive  duty  on  a  deed  when  none  is  expressly  charged  under  the  instrument, 
reference  must  be  made  to  the  head  "  Progressive  Duty." 


Admission  as  a  Burgess,  or  into  any  Corporation 
or  Company  in  any  Burgh  in  Scotland,  in  lieu 
of  the  duties  of  £1  and  £3  fomierly  pa3'able,  5s. 
Admissions  of  other  descriptions  various  ;  as  to 
which  see  the  schedule  annexed  to  55  Geo.  III., 
c.  184.  See  also  License,  below. 
Admission  to  act  as  Advocate,  £50 ;  as  Writer  to 
the  Signet,  Sohcitor,  Agent,  Attorney,  or  Pro- 
curator in  any  court,  £25 ;  to  act  as  Agent  in 
Supreme  Courts  without  indenture  (in  addition 
to  the  said  £25),  £60  ;  do.  in  Inferior  Courts 
without  indenture  (in  addition  to  the  said  £25), 
£30  ;  to  act  as  Notary-Public,  £20  ;  to  be  fel- 
low of  College  of  Physicians,  £25  ;  or  license 
by  do.  to  practise  physic,  £15  ;  to  degree  of 
Doctor  of  Medicine,  £10  ;  to  ecclesiastical  bene- 
fice, £2. 
Affidavits. — For  every  sheet  or  piece  of  paper, 
parchment,  or  vellum,  on  which  the  same  shall 
be  written  or  printed,  2s.  6d.  Affidavits  autho- 
rised to  be  made  before  Justices  of  Peace  are 
exempted. 
Agreement,  or  minute  or  memorandum  of  agree- 
ment, without  a  clause  of  registration  (not 
charged  othenvise  than  under  the  head  agi-ee- 
ment  in  the  schedule  to  the  Act  55  Geo.  III., 
c.  184,  nor  expressly  exempted  from  duty), 
where  the  matter  is  of  the  value  of  £20  or  up- 
wards, whether  the  same  is  evidence  of  a  con- 
tract, or  obUgatory  upon  the  parties  from  its 
being  a  written  instrument,  together  with  every 
schedule,  receipt,  &c.,  endorsed  or  annexed, 
2s.  6d.  Progressive  duty  on  words,  2s.  6d. 
Note. — The  agreement,  if  liable  to  one  duty  of 
2s.  6d.,  may  be  stamped  if  brought  to  the  Com- 
missioners at  London,  or  their  office  at  Edin- 
bm'gh,  or  lodged  with  the  distributors  of  stamps 
in  the  country,  within  fomteen  days  after  being 
made.  If  after,  at  Loudon  or  Edinburgh,  on  a 
penalty  of  £10.  7  and  8  Vic,  c.  21,  §  5. 
Appraisements. 
Amount  not  exceeding  £50 

Above  £50  and  not  above  £100 
...     100  ...  200 

...     200  ...  500 

. .     500  and  upwards 
Atpisenticeship  Indentures. 
If  the  premium  be  under  £30 
£30         and  under         £50 
50  ...  100 

lOa  ...  200 

200  ...  300 

300  ...  400 

400  ...  500 

500  ...  600 

600  ...  800 

800  ...  1000 

1 000  or  upwards 
If  no  premium,  2s.  6d. 


£0 

2 

6 

0 

5 

0 

0 

10 

0 

0 

15 

0 

1 

0 

0 

£1 

0 

0 

£2 

0 

0 

3 

0 

0 

6 

0 

0 

12 

0 

0 

20 

0 

0 

25 

0 

0 

30 

0 

0 

40 

0 

0 

50 

0 

0 

60 

0 

0 

Indentures  of  clerks  or  apprentices  to  writers  to 
the  signet,  solicitors,  or  agents  in  the  Su- 
preme Courts  of  Scotland,  £60  ;  Inferior 
Courts,  £30.  See  DUPLICATE  or  Counter- 
part. 

Exem. — Indentures  of  apprentices  for  sea- ser- 
vice and  poor  children. 


Award  or  Decreet- Arbitral 
Bills  and  Promissory  Notes 
Ikland. 


£1  15     0 


Not  exceeding  two  months  after  date, 

Longer 

or  sixty  days  after  sight. 

Period. 

£    S. 

d. 

£      8     d. 

For£2&notabove£5,5s.    0     1 

0 

0     16 

Ab.    5,  5s,     ...        20  ...  0    1 

6 

0     2     0 

20          ...        30  ...  0    2 

0 

0     2     6 

30          ...        50  ...  0    2 

6 

0    3    6 

50          ...      100  ...  0    3 

6 

0    4    6 

100          ...      200  ...  0    4 

6 

0    5    0 

200          ...      300  ...  0    5 

0 

0     6    0 

300          ...      500  ...  0     6 

0 

0     8    6 

500          ..     1000  ...  0     8 

6 

0  12     6 

1000          ...    2000  ...  0  12 

6 

0  15    0 

2000          ...    3000  ...  0  15 

0 

15    0 

3000          1     5 

0 

1   10    0 

s.   d. 


1 

6 

3 

0 

4 

0 

5 

0 

7 

6 

...       10 

0 

...      15 

0 

Drawing  singly  same  as  inland  bills. 
When  in  sete,  then  for  every  biU  of  each 

set  not  exceeding  £100 

Above  £100  and  not  above  200 

200  ...  500 

500  ...  1000 

1000  ...  2000 

2000  ...  3000 

3000 


The  duty  on  an  inland  bill,  draft  or  order  for  the 
payment  of  any  sum  of  money  at  stated  periods, 
if  made  payable  to  the  beai-er,  or  to  order,  or  if 
delivered  to  the  payee,  or  some  person  on  his  or 
her  behalf,  where  the  total  amount  thereby 
made  payable  is  specified  therein,  or  can  be 
ascertained  therefrom,  is  the  same  as  on  a  bill 
payable  to  bearer  or  order  on  demand  for  a  sum 
equal  to  such  total  amount. 

N.B. — Promissory  notes  for  £100  or  imder  ai'e 
not  to  be  drawn  payable  to  the  Nearer  on  de- 
mand, except  bankers'  re-issuable  notes,  which 
require  a  different  stamp. 
See  Drafts. 

Bills  of  Lading 6d. 


STAMP  DUTIES,  ETC. 


XVII 


Bonds  and  other  Securities. 
Bond   (personal)  giveu  for  any  certain    sum 
of  money  not  exceeding  s.  cl. 

£50      1     3 
Exceeding  £50  and  not  exceeding   100      2    G 
100  ...  150      3     9 

150  ...  200      5    0 

200  ...  250      6    3 

250  ...  300      7    6 

And  Tvhere  the  same  shall  exceed  £300,  then 
for  every  £100,  and  also  for  any  fractional 
part  of  £100,— 2s.  Gd. 
Bond  as  secm-ityfor«iOvi?eA'  to  he  thereafter  lent, 
advanced,  or  paid,  or  ivMch  may  become  due 
upon  account-ctirrent,  together  with  any  sum 
already  advanced  or  due,  or  without,  as  the 
case  may  be, — 
Where  the  money  secured  or  to  be  ultimately 
recoverable  shall  ie  limited  not  to  exceed  a 
given  sum, — The  same  duty  as  on  a  bond  for 
such  sum. 
"Where  uncertain,  and  icithout  any   limit, — The 
same  as  on  a  bond  for  a  sum  equal  to  the 
amount  of  the  penalty. 
Where  there  is  no  penalty,   the  bond  shall   be 
available  for  such  an  amount  only  as  the  ad 
valorem  stamps  will  cover. 
Personal  Bond  given  as  a  security  for   the 
transfer  or  retransfer  of  any  share  in  any  of  the 
Government  or  Parliamentary  Stocks  or  Funds, 
or  of  the  Banks  of  England  01-  Ireland,  or  of  the 
East  India  Company,  or  of  any  other  company 
or  corporation, — The  same  ad  valorem  duty  as 
on  a  bond   for   a  sum  of  money  equal  to  the 
value  of  the  stock  or  fund  secured,  according  to 
the  average  price  at  the  date  of  the  bond,  or  on 
either  of  the  ten  days  preceding ;  or  the  latest 
day  preceding  on  which  there  shall  have  been  a 
kno^vn  sale. 
Personal  Bond  given   as  a  security  for  the 
payment  of   any  sum   of  money,  or  for  the 
transfer  or  retransfer  of  stock  secured  also  by  a 
wadset,  or  other  instrament  paying  duty  as  a 
wadset,  or   for  the  performance  of  covenants 
contained  in  such  instrament,  or  for  both  those 
purposes,  provided  such  other  instrument  hear 
even   date  with,  and  be  referred  to  in  such 
bond — 
Where  the  sum  of  money  or  the  value  of  the  stock 
secured  shall  not  exceed  £800, — The  same  ad 
valorem  duty  as  on  a  mortgage  or  wadset  for 
securing  the  like  amount  or  value. 
Exceeding  £800,— £1. 

Personal  or  Heritable  Bond  given  as  an 
additional  or  further  security  for  the  pajinent 
of  any  sum  of  money,  or  for  the  transfer  or 
retransfer  of  any  share  in  any  of  these  stocks 
previously  secured  by  a  bond  or  other  security 
therein  referred  to,  which  has  paid  the  proper 
ad  valorem  duty  on  bonds  at  the  date  thereof, — 
Where  the  sum  or  the  value  of  the  stock  shall  not 
exceed  £1400, — The  same  ad  valorem  duty  as 
on  a  bond  or  mortgage  for  securing  the  like 
sum  or  value. 
Where  said  sum  shall  exceed  £1400, — £1,  15s. 
Bond — Transfer  or  Assignment  disposition  or 
assignation  of  any  such  bond  as  aforesaid,  and 
which  has  paid  the  proper  ad  valorem  duty  on 
bonds — 


Where  the  principal  money  or  stock  secured  by  the 
bond  shall  not  exceed  in  whole  1400, — The 
same  duty  as  on  a  bond  for  the  total  amount  or 
value. 

And  in  every  other  case  such  transfer,  assign- 
ment, disposition,  or  assignation  shall  be 
chargeable  with  the  duty  of  £1,  15s. 

Personal  or  Heritable  Bond  given  as  the 
only  or  principal  security  for  the  payment  of 
any  annuity  upon  the  original  creation  and 
sale  thereof, — The  same  ad  valorem  duty  as  on 
a  convej'ance  upon  sale  in  consideration  of  the 
sum  or  value  given  or  agreed  for  the  purchase. 
— See  Duties  on  Conveyances. 

Personal  Bond  given  as  a  collateral  or 
auxiliary  security  for  the  payment  of  any 
annuity  upon  the  original  creation  and  sale, 
where  granted  or  conveyed  or  secured  by  any 
other  deed  or  instrument,  paying  the  ad  valorem 
duty  on  conveyances  upon  the  sale  of  any 
property — 

AVhere  such  o.d  valorem  duty  shall  not  exceed  203. 
such  bond  shall  be  chargeable  with  a  stamp  duty 
of  equal  amount  therewith. 

And  where  such  exceeds  20s., — £1 . 

Personal  or  Heritable  Bond  given  as  a  security 
for  the  payment  of  any  annuity  (except  upon 
the  original  creation  and  sale),  or  of  any  sum 
or  sums  of  money  at  stated  periods  (not  being 
interest  nor  rent  upon  a  lease),  for  any  definite 
and  certain  term,  so  that  the  total  amount  to  be 
paid  can  be  previously  ascertained, — The  same 
ad  valorem  duty  as  on  a  bond  of  the  like  nature 
for  the  payment  of  a  sum  of  money  equal  to 
such  total  amount. 
Personal  or  Heritable  Bond  given  as  a  security 
for  the  payment  of  any  annuity  (except  as 
aforesaid),  or  of  any  money  at  stated  periods 
{not  being  interest  nor  rent  upon  lease),  for 
the  term  of  life  or  any  other  indefinite  period, 
so  that  the  whole  cannot  be  previously  ascer- 
tained,— 

Where  the  annuity  or  sum  secured  shall  not  exceed 
£50  per  annum, — £1. 

Exceeding  £50  and  not  exceeding  £100  per 
annum, — £2. 

And  where  exceeding  £100  per  annum,  then  for 
every  £100,  and  also  for  any  fractional  part  of 
£100  per  annum,- £2. 

But  where  there  shall  be  both  a  personal  and 
heritable  bond  in  separate  deeds  of  the  same 
date  for  securing  any  such  annuity,  &c.,  and 
the  ad  valorem  duty  above  charged  amounts  to 
£2  or  upwards,  the  heritable  bond  only  to  be 
charged  with  the  ad  valorem  duty,  and  the 
personal  bond  to  be  chai'ged  only  with  a  duty 
of  £1. 

Bond  of  any  kind  or  description  given  for  any 
other  purpose  than  as  aforesaid, — The  duty 
chargeable  by  any  act  in  force  at  passing  13tli 
and  14th  Vict.  c.  97. 

But  no  such  bond  shall  be  charged  with  any 
greater  amount  of  stamp  duty  than  the  ad 
valorem  duty  before  charged  upon  a  bond  given 
for  the  payment  of  a  definite  and  certain  sixm 
of  money  of  the  same  amount  as  the  penalty  of 
such  bond. 

Bond  of  Relief  to  a  cautioner  or  sm-ety, — £1, 15s. 

Bond  for  the  due  execution  of  an  office,  and  to 


XVIII 


STAMP  DUTIES,  ETC. 


accoiuit  for  money  received  by  virtue  of  such 
oflBce, — £1,  15s. 
Bond  given  for,  or  iu  respect  of,  duties  of  customs 
or  excise,  or  for  preventing  frauds  or  evasions 
tliereof,  or  for  any  other  matter  relating  thereto 
— relanding  of    plate — registering    of   British 
vessels, — 5s. 
Hekitable  or  Personal  Bond,  of  any  kind 
whatever,  not  otherwise  charged  nor  expressly 
exempted  from  all  stamp  duty, — £1,  15s. 
Note. — The  above   provision,  that  the   duty  shall 
not  exceed  the  ad  valorem  duty  on  a  sum  the 
same  amount  as  the  penalty  in  the  bond,  applies 
to  the  four  preceding  entries. 
Charier,  Disposition,  or  Contract  (after  4th 
August,    1853),   containing  the   first   original 
constitution  of  feu  and  ground  annual  rent  rights 
in  Scotland  (not  being  a  lease  or  tack  for  j'ears), 
in  consideration  of  any  annual  sum  payable  in 
perpetuity,  or  for  any  indefinite  period,  whether 
fee  farm  or  other  rent,  feu-duty,  ground  annual, 
or  otIienA'ise : 
Where  the  annual  sum  thereby  made  pay-      s,     d. 

able  shall  not  exceed  20s 2    6 

Exceeding  20s.,  and  not  exceeding  £12  : 
then  for  eveiy  20s.,  and  any  fractional 

part  of  20s 2     6 

Exceeding  £12,  and  not  exceeding  £2-t  : 
then  for  40s.,  and  for  any  fractional 

part  of  40s 5    0 

Exceeding  £24  :  then  for  eveiy  £4,  and 

for  every  fractional  part  of  £4  10    0 

Charter  of  resignation,  confirmation,  novodamus, 
upon  apprising,  or  decreet  of  adjudication  or 
sale,  of  heritable  subjects  holdeu   of  a  subject 
superior, — 5s. 
Progressive  duty  of  5s. 

Charter-party 5s. 

Composition- DEED  with  Creditors £1, 15s. 

Con^'eyances. 

Con^'EYANCE,  whether  gi'ant,  disposition,  assign- 
ment, transfer,  renunciation,  or  of  any  other 
kind  whatsoever,  upon  tlie  sale  of  any  lands, 
tenements,  rents,  annuities,  or  other  property, 
heritable  or  movable,  or  of  any  right,  title, 
interest,  or  claim  in,  to,  out  of,  or  upon  any 
such,  that  is,  for  the  principal  or  only  deed, 
instrument,  or  writing  whereby  the  lands  or 
other  things  sold  are  granted,  assigned,  trans- 
ferred, renounced,  or  otherwise  conveyed  to  or 
vested  in  the  purchaser,  or  any  other  person,  by 
his  direction — 
Where  the  purchase  or  consideration  money  ex- 
pressed shall  not  exceed 

£25  £0    2     6 

Exceeding        £25    not  exc.    50  0    5    0 

50  ...         75  0     7    6 

75  ...       100  0  10     0 

100  ...       125  0  12     G 

125  ...       150  0  15     0 

150  ...       175  0  17     6 

175  ...       200  10     0 

200  ...       225  12     6 

225  ...       250  15     0 

250  ...       275  17     6 

275  ...       300  1  10     0 

300  ...       350  1  15     0 

350  ...       400  2     0    0 

400  ...       450  2     5     0 


Exceeding      £450  not  exc.  £500  £2  10     0 

500  ...       550  2  15     0 

550  ...       600  3     0    0 

And  where  the  purchase  or  consideration  money 
shall  exceed  £600,  then  for  every  £100,  anil 
also  for  any  fractional  part  of  £100, — 10s. 

It  is  directed  that  the  purchase  money  or  consi- 
deration shall  be  truly  expressed  awA  set  forth  in 
ivords  at  length  in  or  upon  every  deed  or  in- 
strument of  conveyance ;  and  where  such  con- 
sideration shall  consist,  either  wholly  or  in  part, 
of  any  stock  or  security,  the  value  thereof  re- 
spectivel}',  to  be  ascertained  as  after  mentioned, 
shall  also  be  truly  set  forth,  as  aforesaid,  in  or 
upon  every  such  deed  or  instrument ;  and  such 
value  shall  be  deemed  to  be  the  purchase  or  con- 
sideration money,  or  part  thereof,  as  the  case 
may  be,  in  respect  whereof  the  ad  valorem  duty 
shall  be  cliarged. 

And  where  the  consideration,  or  any  part  of  the 
consideration,  shall  be  stock  in  the  public  funds, 
or  any  government  debenture  or  stock  of  the 
banks  of  England  or  Ireland,  or  any  debenture 
or  stock  of  any  corporation,  company,  society, 
or  persons  or  person,  payable  only  at  the  icilL 
of  the  debtor,  the  duty  shall  be  calculated  (tak- 
ing the  same  respectively,  whether  constituting 
the  whole  or  a  part  only  of  such  consideration) 
according  to  the  average  selling  price  thereof 
respectively,  on  the  day,  or  on  either  of  tlie  ten 
daj's  preceding  the  date  of  the  deed  or  instru- 
ment of  conveyance,  or  if  no  sale  shall  have 
taken  place  within  such  ten  days,  then  accord- 
ing to  the  average  selling  price  thereof  on  the 
day  of  the  last  preceding  sale  ;  and  if  such  con- 
sideration, or  part  thereof,  shall  be  a  mortgage, 
bond,  or  debenture,  the  amount  whereof  shall 
be  recoverable  by  the  holder,  or  any  other  secu- 
rity whatsoever,  whether  payable  in  money 
or  otherwise,  such  calculation  shall  be  made 
according  to  the  sum  due  thereon  for  both  prin- 
cipal and  interest. 

In  any  case  where  property  shall  be  sold  and 
conveyed  iu  consideration  of  any  rent  charge  or  J 
annuity,  or  any  annual  or  periodical  payment  \ 
to  be  made  permanently  or  for  any  indefinite 
period,  so  that  the  total  amount  of  the  money 
to  be  paid  for  such  property  cannot  be  previ- 
ously ascertained,  which  rent  charge,  annuity, 
or  other  payment,  shall  be  made  subject  to  re- 
demption or  purchase  upon  terms  and  condi- 
tions specified  in  the  deed  or  instrument,  where- 
by the  property  sold  shall  be  conveyed  to,  or 
vested  in,  the  purchaser,  or  any  person  by  his 
direction,  the  money  or  the  consideration  men- 
tioned in  the  said  deed  or  instrxunent  as  that  on 
payment  or  transfer,  delivery  or  satisfaction, 
of  which  the  said  rent  charge,  annuity,  or  other 
payment  shall  be  redeemed  or  purchased,  or 
repurchased,  or  shall  cease  to  be  payable,  shall 
be  deemed  to  be  the  purchase-money  or  consi- 
deration, on  the  sale  of  the  said  property  so  sold 
and  conveyed,  and  in  respect  of  which  last- 
mentioned  purchase-money  or  consideration, 
the  ad  valorem  duty  shall  be  chargeable  ;  and 
•where  any  such  last-mentioned  consideration 
shall  consist  wholly,  or  in  part,  of  any  stock  or 
security  mentioned  in  the  Act  13  and  14  Yict. 
c.  97,  the  value  thereof  shall  be  ascertained  as 


STAMP  DUTIES,  ETC. 


XIX 


in  such  Act  is  in  that  behalf  provided  ;  and 
where  any  such  annuity,  rent  charge,  or  other 
payment  aforesaid  shall  be  made,  subject  to 
redemption  or  purchase,  or  repurchase  or  dis- 
continuance, upon  payment  or  satisfaction  of 
any  money  or  value  to  be  ascertained  or  calcu- 
lated in  manner  provided  in  the  said  deed  or 
instrument,  the  amount  of  such  money  or  value 
shall,  for  the  purpose  of  charging  the  said  ad 
valorem  duty,  be  ascertained  or  calculated,  as 
in  such  deed  or  instrument  shall  be  so  provided. 
16  and  17  Vict.  c.  59,  §  11. 

Copies  of  Extracts  from  the  public  register,  or 
from  books  of  any  court  of  record,  2s.  6d.  And 
where  the  same  shall  contain  more  than  600 
words,'  any  less  quantity  of  words  over  and 
above  the  first  600  words,  or  above  any  second, 
third,  or  other  full  quantity  of  600  words,  a 
further  duty  of  2s.  6d. 

Copy  attested  of  any  agreement  or  deed  for  the 
security  or  use  of  a  person  not  being  a  party 
or  taking  benefit  under  it, — Is. 

Progressive  duty' for  every  720  words, — Is. 

Copy  attested  of  a  will,  testament,  or  codicil,  or 
of  a  confirmation  of  a  testament,  testamentary 
or  dative, — same  duty  as  above. 

Copyright  of  Designs,  certificate  of, — £5. 

Covenant. — Any  deed  containing  a  covenant  for 
the  payment  or  repayment  of  any  sum,  or  for 
the  transfer  or  retransfer  of  stock,  in  any  case 
where  a  mortgage,  if  made  for  the  like  purpose, 
would  be  chargeable  under  this  schedule  with 
any  ad  valorem  duty  exceeding  in  amount 
£1,  15s.  ;  or  for  the  payment  of  any  annuity, 
or  any  sums  at  stated  periods,  in  any  case  where 
a  bond  for  the  like  purpose  would  be  chai'geable 
with  any  such  duty, — the  same  ad  valorem 
duty  33  on  a  bond  respectively  for  the  like  pur- 
pose. 

When  it  is  an  additional  security  to  a  properly 
stamped  bond  referred  to  in  it,  the  ad  valorem 
duty  here  charged  not  payable. 
Exemption. — Any  covenant  contained  in  a  deed 
chargeable  under  Mortgages  of  Settle- 
ment. 

Debentures,  or  Certificate  for  receiving  back 
duties  of  Customs  or  Excise  on  goods  exported 
after  the  10th  October  1853. 

AVhere  the  di-awback  to  be  received  shall  not  ex- 
ceed £10,  ....  Is.  Od. 

Where  the  same  shall  exceed  £10,  and 
not  exceed  £50,  ...  2s.  6d. 

And  where  the  same  shall  exceed  £50,  5s.  Od. 
(16  and  17  Vict.  c.  59.) 

Deed  not  othei-wise  charged, — £1,  15s. 

Deputation  of  a  Gamekeeper, — £1,  15s. 

Disentail,  instrument  of, — £1,  15s. 

Draft  or  Order,  after  10th  October  1853,  for 
the  payment  of  any  sum  of  money  to  the  bearer, 
or  to  order,  on  demand, — Id. 

And  the  following  instruments  shall  be  deemed 
and  taken  to  be  drafts  or  orders  for  the  payment 
of  money  within  the  intent  and  meaning  of  this 
Act,  and  of  any  Act  or  Acts  relating  to  the  stamp 
duties  on  bills  of  exchange,  drafts,  or  orders, 
and  shall  be  chargeable  accordingly  with  the 
stamp  duties  imposed  by  this  Act,  or  any  such 
Act  or  Acts,  viz.  : — 

All  documents  or  writings  usually  termed  letters 


of  credit,  or  whereby  any  person  to  whom  any 
such  document  or  writing  is,  or  is  intended  to 
be,  delivered  or  sent,  shall  be  entitled,  or  be  in- 
tended to  be  entitled,  to  have  credit  with,  or  in 
account  with,  or  to  draw  upou  any  other  per- 
son for  or  to  receive  from  such  other  person  any 
sum  of  monej'  therein  mentioned. 
Exemptions  from  the  Duties  on  Drafts  or  Or- 
ders.— All  drafts  or  orders  for  the  payment 
of  money  to  the  bearer  on  demand,  drawn  upon 
any  banker  or  bankers  now  by  law  exempted 
from  stamp  duty.     All  letters  of  credit,  whe- 
tlier  in  sets  or  not,  sent  by  persons  in  the 
United  Kingdom  to  persons  abroad,  authoris- 
ing drafts  on  the  United  Kingdom.     (16  and 
17  Vict.  c.  59.) 
N.B. — Tiiese  drafts  or  orders  on  bankers  to  be  ex- 
empted, must  be  issued  within  fifteen  miles  of 
the  place  where  tiie  banker  carries  on  his  busi- 
ness— the  place  of  issuing  must  be  triUy  speci- 
fied in  them,   and  they  must  be  dated  on  or 
before  the  day  on  which  they  are  issued,  and 
not  direct  the  payment  to  be  made  by  a  bill  or 
note.     The  place  of  issue  is  where  the  drawer 
parts  with  the  possession  of  the  draft,  such  as 
the  place  where  posted.     If  an  unstamped  draft 
is  issued  within  fifteen  miles  of  the  banker,  as 
above,  it  may  circulate  any  distance  from  the 
place  of  issue  without    affecting  its  validity. 
The  penny    draft   stamp   will    validate   drafts 
drawn  beyond  fifteen  miles  of  the  banker's  place 
of  business. 

Note. — The  duty  on  drafts  or  orders  may  be  im- 
pressed on  the  paper,  or  an  adhesive  stamp  may 
be  affixed.     Where  an  adhesive  stamp  is  used, 
the  maker  of  the  draft  is  required  to  cancel  the 
stamp  by  writing  on  it  his  name  or  initials. 
Penalty  for  omission, — £10.     Penalty  for  re- 
moving adhesive  stamps,  or  using  them  a  se- 
cond time,  or  doing  any  act  to  defraud  of  duty, 
£20.     (16  and  17  Vict.  c.  59,  s.  3,  4,  and  5.) 
Duplicate  or  Counterpart  of  any  deed  or  in- 
strument, of  any  description  whatever,  charge- 
able with  any  stamp  duty,  under  any  Act  or 
Acts  in  force — 
Where  such  stamp  duty  (exclusive  of  progressive 
duty)  shall  not  amount  to  the  sum  of  5s.,  the 
same  duty  as  chargeable  on  the  orighial  deed  or 
instrument,  including  the  progressive  duty  there- 
on (if  any). 
And  where   the  same   (exclusive   as   aforesaid) 

amounts  to  the  sum.of  53.  or  upwards, — 5s. 
And  where  in  the  latter  case  any  such  deed  or  ie- 
strument,  together  with  any  schedule,  receipt, 
or  other  matter  put  or  indorsed  thereon  or  an- 
nexed thereto,  contains  2160  words  or  upwards, 
for  every  entire  quantity  of  1080  words  con- 
tained therem  above  the  first  1080  words,  the 
progressive  duty  of  2s.  6d. 
In  such  latter  case  the  duplicate  or  counteipart 
(excepting  counterparts  of  leases  not  signed 
Dy  the  lessor,  16  and  17  Vict.  c.  69),  is  not 
available  unless  stamped  with  a  pai-ticular 
stamp  for  denoting  the  payment  of  the  full 
stamp  duty  on  the  origin^  deed  or  instrument, 
which  shall  be  impressed  upon  such,  on  the 
same  being  produced,  together  with  the  original 
deed  or  instrument,  and  on  the  whole  being 
duly  executed  and  stamped  in  aU  other  respects. 


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STAMP  DUTIES,  ETC. 


Duplicates  to  have  denoting  stamp  impressed, 
are  received  by  the  Sohcitor  of  lulaud  Revenue, 
Edinburgh.     See  afterwards. 
Insurance  Policies. 

LIFE. 
Where  the  sum  insured  shall  not  exceed  £500j 
Then  for  every  £50,  and  any  fractional  part  of 

£50, £0     0     6 

Where  it  shall  exceed  £500,  and  shall 

not  exceed  £1000, 
Then  for  every  £100,  and  any  fractional 

part  of  £100,     ....  010 

Where  it  shall  exceed  £1000, 
Then  for  every  £1000,  and  any  frac- 
tional part  of  £1000,  .         .  0  10    0 
(IG  and  17  Vict.  c.  59.) 

FIRE. 

Duty  on  each  policy 0    1    0 

Besides  3s.  per  cent,  per  annum  on  every  insur- 
ance made  or  renewed. 
Exemptions.— PahYic  hospitals  ;  also  agricultural 
produce,  farming  stock,  and  implements  of  hus- 
bandry, provided  the  insurance  shall  be  effected 
by  a  separate  and  distinct  policy. 

SEA. 
Policy  of  insurance  upon  any  voyage  whatever, 
for  every  £100,   or  fractional  part  of  £100, 
charged  according  to  the  rates  of  premium  on 
the  sums  insm'ed,  viz. : — 

a.  d. 

Not  exceeding  10s.  percent 0    3 

Exc.  10s.  and  not  exceeding  20s 0    6 

20s.  ...  30s 1    0 

30s.  ...  40s 2    0 

40s.  ...  50s 3     0 

Exceeding  50s.  percent 4    0 

But  if  the  separate  interests  of  two  or  more  dis- 
tinct persons  shall  be  insured  by  one  policy  or 
instrament,  then  the  said  respective  duties,  as 
the  case  may  require,  shall  be  charged  thereon, 
in  respect  of  each  and  every  fractional  part  of 
£100,  as  well  as  in  respect  of  every  full  sum  of 
£100,  which  shall  be  tliereby  insured  upon  any 
separate  and  distinct  interest. 
Policy  of  insurance,  for  every  £100,  or  fractional 
part  of  £100,  insured  for  any  certain  term  or 
period  of  time : 

s.  d. 

Not  exceeding  six  calendar  months 2    6 

Exceeding  six  calendar  months 4    0 

Policy  of  mutual  insurance  upon  any  voyage 
whatever,  and  not  for  a  period  of  time,  for 
every  £100,  or  fractional  part  of  £100, 
thereby  insured  to  any  person  or  persons    2    6 

Leases. 

Lease  or  tack  of  any  lands,  &c.,  granted  in  con- 
sideration of  a  sum  of  money  by  way  of  pre- 
mium or  g7-assum,  tcithout  any  yearly  rent^  or 
with  any  yearly  rent  under  £20, — the  same 
duty  as  for  a  conveyance  on  the  sale  of  lands 
for  a  sum  of  money  of  same  amount — (See  Con- 
veyance)— except  leases  and  tacks  for  a  life  or 
lives  not  exceeding  three,  or  for  a  term  of  years, 
determinable  with  a  life  or  lives  not  exceeding 
three,  by  whomsoever  granted,  and  leases  for  a 
term  absolute  not  exceeding  twenty-one  years, 


granted  by  ecclesiastical  corporations,  where 
the  duties  would,  under  the  Act,  amount  to  £1, 
15s,  or  upwards. 

Lease  or  tack  of  any  lands  or  heritable  subjects 
at  a  yearly  rent  loitlwut  any  sum  of  money  by 
way  oi premium  or  grassum — 

Where  the  yearly  rent  shall  not 

exceed  £5        £0    0    6 

£5  and  not  exceeding  10  0    10 

10  ...  15  0     16 

15  ...  20  0     2     0 

20  ...  25  0    2     C 

25     ....  50  0     5    0 

60  ...  75  0     7    G 

75  ..  100  0  10     0 

And  where  the  same  sum  exceeds  £100,-  then  for 
every  £50  and  fractional  part  of  £50, — 5s. 

Granted  in  consideration  of  a  sum  by  way  ot pre- 
mium or  grassum,  and  also  of  a  yearly  rent 
amountinq  to  £20,  or  upwarcls, — both  the  ad 
valorem  duties  payable  for  a  grassum  only  and 
for  a  lease  in  consideration  of  a  rent  only  of  the 
same  amount,  except  the  leases  before  excepted. 

Lease  or  tack  of  any  mine  or  minerals  or  other 
property  of  a  like  nature,  either  with  or  without 
any  other  lands  or  heritable  subjects,  where  any 
p)ortion  of  the  produce  shall  he  reserved  to  be 
paid  in  money  or  kind — 

K  it  be  stipulated  that  the  value  shall  amount  at 
least  to  a  given  sum  per  annum,  or  it  he  limited 
not  to  exceed  a  given  sum,  to  be  specified,  then 
the  ad  valorem  duty  shall  be  charged  in  respect 
of  the  highest  of  such  sums. 

And  where  any  yearly  sum  is  reserved  in  addition 
to  or  together  with  such  produce,  relative  to  the 
yearly  amount  or  value  of  which  there  is  no 
such  stipulation  or  limitation,  the  ad  valorem 
duty  shall  be  clxarged  in  respect  of  such  yearly 
sum. 

And  where  both  a  certain  yearly  sum  and  also 
such  produce  relative  to  the  yearly  amount  or 
value  of  which  there  shall  be  such  stipulation 
or  limitation  is  reserved,  the  ad  valorem  duty 
shall  be  charged  on  the  aggregate  of  such  yearly 
sum,  and  also  of  the  highest  yearly  amount  or 
value  of  such  produce. 

N.B. — Where  a  grassum  or  rent  is  in  grain,  it  is 
to  be  charged  according  to  the  stipulated  rate 
of  conversion,  and  if  none  be  stipidated,  ac- 
cording to  the  fiars  on  an  average  of  seven 
years.  Where  there  are  separate  grassums  or 
rents  payable  to  separate  pro  indiviso  proprie- 
tors in  the  same  deed,  the  stamp  is  on  the 
cumido  amount. 

Lease  or  tack,  of  any  kind,  not  otherwise  charged, 
— £1,  15s. 

Assignment  or  siurrender  of  a  lease  or  tack  upon 
any  other  occasion  than  a  sale  or  mortgage, — 
A  duty  equal  to  the  ad  valorem  duty  with 
which  a  similar  lease  or  tack  would  be  charge- 
able under  13  and  14  Vict.,  c.  97;  but  w^herea 
similar  lease  would  be  chargeable  under  said 
Act  with  any  stamp  duty  amounting  to  £1, 15s. 
or  upwards,  such  assignment  or  surrender  shall 
be  chargeable  with  a  duty  of  £1,  15s. 

And  no  stamp  duty,  except  the  ad  valorem  duty, 
shall  be  chargeable  for  any  lease  expressed  to  be 
gi-anted  in  consideration  of  tlie  surrender  of  an 
existing  lease  and  also  of  a  sum  of  money. 


STAMP  DUTIES,  ETC. 


XXI 


Letter  or  Power  of  Attornet,  or  Commis- 
sion OR  Factory £1  10    0 

Letter  of  Attorney  for  Sale  or  Transfer 
of  Stock 10    0 

Licenses. 

Annual  license  to  bankers  issuing  notes,  £30. 
Appraisers,  £2.  Pawnbrokers,  £7,  10s.  Ad- 
mitted and  practising  attorneys,  &c.,  if  resident 
in  city  or  county  of  Edinburgh,  and  in  posses- 
sion of  office  lliree  years  or  upwards,  £9  ;  if 
not  so  long,  £1,  10s.  If  resident  elsewhere, 
and  admitted  for  three  yeare  or  upwards,  £6  ; 
if  not  so  long,  £3.  To  dealers  in  gold  and  sil- 
ver plate,  above  2  oz.  gold  or  30  oz.  silver, 
£5,  los.     Do.  under  do.,  £2,  Gs. 

MoRTGAaES,  Heritable  Bonds,  &c. 

Wadset,  and  heritable  bond,  disposition,  assigna- 
tion,  or  tack   in    security  affecting    property 
heritable  or  moveable ;  also  infeftmeut  of  an- 
nual rent,  but  without  any  personal  bond  or 
obligation  therein  contained  for  payment  of  the 
money  secured ;  also  letter  of  reversion  or  back 
bond,  for  qualifying  absolute  conveyance  of  any 
property,  and  also   any  deed  whereby  a  real 
burden  shall  be  created  on  lands  or  heritable 
subjects,  as  a  seciurity  for  any  definite  and  cer- 
tain sum  of  money  not  exceeding  s.   d. 
£50  1    3 
Exc.  50  and  not  exceeding  £100        2    6 
100              ...                   150        3    9 
150              ...                   200        5     0 
200              ...                   250        6     3 
250              ...                   300        7    6 

And  where  the  same  exceeds  £300,  for  every  £100, 
and  fractional  part  of  £100, — 2s.  6d. 

Where  the  deed  is  made  as  a  security  for  the  re- 
payment of  money  to  he  tliereafter  lent,  ad- 
vanced, or  paid,  or  which  may  become  due 
upon  an  account  current,  together  with  any 
sum  already  advanced  or  due,  or  without,  other 
than  any  sums  to  be  advanced  for  the  msmance 
of  any  property  comprised  in  such  secmity 
against  damage  by  fire,  or  for  the  insurance  of 
any  life  or  lives,  or  for  the  renewal  of  any  grant 
or  lease  upon  the  dropping  of  any  life  or  lives, 
pursuant  to  any  agreement  in  any  deed  where- 
by any  estate  or  interest  held  upon  such  life  or 
lives  is  granted,  assigned,  or  assured,  or  where- 
by any  annuity  is  granted  or  secured  for  such 
life  or  lives. 

If  the  total  amount  of  the  money  secured  or  to  be 
ultimately  recoverable  is  limited  not  to  exceed 
a  given  sum, — The  same  duty  as  on  a  wadset 
for  such  limited  sum. 

And  if  the  total  amount  is  uncertain  and  without 
any  limit,  then  the  same  shall  be  available  as  a 
security  or  charge  for  such  an  amount  only  as 
the  ad  valorem  duty  denoted  by  the  stamp  will 
cover. 

And  where  the  same  is  made  as  a  security  for  the 
transfer  or  retransfer  of  any  share  in  any  of  the 
government  or  parliamentaiy  stocks  or  funds, 
or  of  the  Bank  of  England,  or  of  Ireland, 
or  of  the  East  India,  or  of  the  South  Sea 
Company,  or  of  any  other  company  or  cor- 
poration, in  consideration  of  stock  or  money 
advanced  or  lent  at  the  time,  or  previously  due 
and  owing,  or  foreborne  to  be  paid,  being  pay- 
able,— The  same  duty  as  on  a  mortgage  tor  a 


sum  equal  to  the  value  of  the  stock  or  fund  se- 
cm-ed  according  to  the  average  price  at  tlic  date 
of  the  mortgage,  or  on  either  of  the  ten  days 
preceding,  or  on  the  latest  day  preceding  on 
which  there  lias  been  a  known  sale. 

And  where  the  same  respectively  shall  be  made, 
as  a  security  for  the  payment  of  a  sum  of  money, 
and  also  for  the  transfer  or  retransfer  of  a  share 
in  any  of  the  said  stocks  or  funds,  the  said  ad 
valorem  duty  sliall  be  charged  in  respect  of 
each. 

And  in  case  the  same  respectively  shall  be  made, 
as  a  security  for  the  payment  or  transfer,  to  dif- 
ferent persons,  of  separate  and  distinct  siuns  or 
shares, — The  ad  valorem  duty  shall  be  charged 
for  each  separate  and  distinct  sum  or  share 
therein  specified  and  secured,  and  not  upon  the 
aggregate  amoimt. 

And  Avhere  any  such  deed  or  instrument  shall  be 
made  respectively  as  a  security  for  the  payment 
of  any  annuity,  or  any  sum  by  way  of  repay- 
ment, or  in  satisfaction  or  discharge,  or  in  re- 
demption of  any  sum  lent,  advanced,  or  paid, 
as  or  for,  or  in  the  nature  of  a  loan  intended  to 
be  repaid,  dischai'ged,  or  redeemed,  in  manner 
aforesaid, — The  same  duty  as  on  a  mortage  or 
wadset  for  the  sum  of  money  so  lent,  advanced, 
or  paid. 

Transfer,  disposition,  or  assignation  of  any  wad- 
set or  other  such  security,  &c. — 

Where  no  Jjirther  sum  or  stock  shall  be  added  to 
the  principal  already  secured,  if  such  principal 
shall  not  exceed  in  the  whole  £liOO, — the  same 
duty  as  on  a  wadset,  &c.,  for  the  total  amount 
or  value  of  such  principal. 

And  if  such  principal  shall  exceed  in  value  in  the 
whole  the  sum  of  £1400. — £1,  15s. 

And  where  any  further  sum  or  stock  shall  be 
added  to  the  principal  akeady  secured, — the 
same  duty  as  on  a  wadset,  Sec,  for  such  further 
money  or  stock  only. 

And  in  every  other  case  not  expressly  provided 
for, — £1,  15s. 

Such  instrament  is  not  chargeable  with  furtlier 
duty  (^except  progressive  duty)  by  containing 
any  further  or  additional  secmity  for  the  pay- 
ment, transfer,  retransfer  of  such  money,  stock, 
interest,  or  dividends,  or  any  new  covenant, 
proviso,  or  other  matter  whatever  in  relation  to 
such  money  or  stock,  interest  or  dividends. 

Any  deed  made  for  the  further  assurance  only  of 
any  property  already  constituted  a  security,  by 
a  deed  which  has  paid  the  ad  valorem  duty — 

Also  any  deed  made  as  an  additional  or  further 
security  for  any  sum,  &c.,  already  so  secured — 

AVhere  the  total  amount  or  value  akeady  secured 
does  not  exceed  £1400, — the  same  duty  as  on 
a  wadset  for  the  amount. 

And  in  any  other  case, — £1,  los. 

If  any  further  sum  be  added  to  the  principal, 
the  deed  is  chargeable  only  (exclusive  of  pro- 
gressive duty)  with  the  ad  valorem  duty  on 
wadsets.  Sec,  in  respect  of  such  further  sum. 

Reconveyance,  surrender,  discharge,  or  renimci- 
ation  of  any  wadset,  or  other  such  security,  or 
of  the  benefit  thereof,  or  of  the  money  or  stock 
secm'ed — 

Where  the  total  amount  of  the  principal  shall  not 
exceed  £1400, — the  same  duty  as  on  a  wadset 


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STAMP  DUTIES,  ETC. 


for  the  amount.      And  in  any   other  case, — 
£1,  15s. 

Newspapers. — Any  newspaper  printed  on  one 
sheet  not  exceeding  2295  in.  in  superficies, — Id. 

A  supplement  printed  on  one  sheet,  and  with  the 
newspaper  not  exceeding  2295  inches  in  the 
whole,  is  free  of  duty. 

Any  other  supplement  not  exceeding  1148  inches, 
— |d. 

Any  two  supplements,  each  printed  on  one  sheet, 
and  together  not  exceeding 2295  in.,  each, — i-d. 

The  superficies  is  one  side  of  the  paper,  and  "ex- 
clusive of  the  margin. 

NoTAPviAL  Act,  any  -N^hatsoever, — 5s.  And  for 
every  sheet  or  piece  of  paper,  parchment,  or 
vellum  on  which  the  same  shall  be  written, — 5s. 

P.A.TENT,  Letters. 
Letters  for  Inventions. 

On  petition  for  grant  of  letters  patent  £5    0    0 
On  certificate  of  record  of  notice  to 

proceed 5    0    0 

On  warrant  of  law-oflBcers  for  letters 

patent   5    0    0 

On  the  sealing  of  letters  patent 5    0    0 

On  specification   5     0     0 

On  the  letters  patent,  or  a  duplicate 
thereof  before  the  expiration  of  the 

third  year 50    0    0 

On  the  letters  patent,  or  a  duplicate 
thereof  before  the  expiration  of  the 

seventh  year  100    0    0 

On  certificate  of  record  of  notice  of 

objections 2    0    0 

On  certificate  of  every  search  and  in- 
spection      0     10 

On  certificate  of  entry  of  assignment 

or  license  0 

On  certificate  of  assignment  or  license  0 

On  application  for  disclaimer 5 

On  caveat  against  disclaimer 2 

On  office  copies  of  documents,  for  every 

ninety  words    0    0    2 

(16  Vict.  c.  5). 

Patent  Medicine. 

Price  not  exceeding  Is.,  l|d.  ;  not  ex.  2s.  6d., 
3d. ;  not  ex.  is.,  6d.  ;  not  ex.  10s..  Is.  ;  not 
ex.  2Gs.,  2s. 

Plate. — Gold,  per  oz.  17s.  Silver,  Is.  6d. 

Exemptions. — Watch-cases,  rmgs,  &c. 

Precept  of  Clare  Constat 5s. 

Progressive  Duty 5s. 

Progressr'e  Dutt  on  Words. 

Where  any  deed  or  instrument  of  any  description 
whatever  chargeable  with  any  stamp  duty, 
together  Mith  any  schedule,  receipt,  or  other 
matter  put  or  endorsed  or  annexed,  contains 
2160  words,  or  upwards,  then  for  every  entire 
quantity  of  1080  words  contained  therein,  over 
and  above  the  first  1080  words,  there  shall  be 
chai'ged  the  further  progressive  duty  follow- 
ing, i.e.— 

Where  such  deed  or  instrument  shall  be  charge- 
able with  any  ad  valorem  stamp-duty  not 
exceeding  in  the  whole  10s., — a  further  pro- 
gressive duty  equal  to  the  amount  of  such  ad 
valorem  duty. 

And  in  every  other  case  (except  where  any  other 
progressive  duty  is  expressly  charged  thereon), 
— a  further  progressive  duty  of  10s. 


5 

0 

5 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

But  progressive  duty  is  not  chargeable  on  a  deed 
on  which  such  duty  was  not  imposed  before 
the  Act  of  1850.     (13  &  14  Vict.  c.  97). 

Protests.— On  bill  or  note  for  any  sum   s.    d. 

less  than        ...        £20 2     0 

£20  and  less  than  £100 3    0 

100  ...  500 5     0 

500  or  upwards lo    0 

Protest  of  any  other  kind,— 5s. 
And  for  every  additional  sheet,— 5s. 

Proxy  to  vote  in  joint-stock  company  whose 
shares  are  transferable  2s.  Gd. 

Receipts  for  money  amounting  to  £2  or  upwards, 
— ]d. 

The  following  provisions  as  to  what  shall  be 
deemed  a  receipt,  and  the  exemptions  from  re- 
ceipt duty  by  55  Geo.  III.  c.  184,  are  still  in 
force. 

Any  note,  memorandum,  or  writing  whatever, 
given  upon  the  payment  of  money,  whether 
signed  or  not,  shall  be  a  receipt  if  it  shall 
import  or  signify  that  any  sum  of  money, 
debt,  or  demand,  or  any  part  thereof  amounting 
to  £2  or  upwards,  has  been  paid  or  settled; 
and  like  documents  given  upon  payment  by 
bills,  drafts,  promissory  notes,  or  oilier  securi- 
ties for  money,  are  also  receipts. 

Entries  made  bj'  persons  receiving  money  in  pass 
books  kept  by  the  person  paying  the  money,  are 
receipts ;  and  receipts  given  for  40s.,  or  up- 
wards, whether  for  a  purchase  at  a  sale  by  auc- 
tion or  other  ready  money  dealing,  or  the  pay- 
ment of  wages,  must  be  stamped. 

Among  the  exemptions  from  receipt  duty  are — 

Receipts  written  on  promissory  notes.,  bills, 
drafts,  or  orders  for  the  payment  of  money, 
duly  stamped. 

Letters  by  the  general  post  acknoicledying  the 
safe  arrival  of  any  bills  of  exchange,  pro- 
missory notes,  or  other  securities  for  money. 
This  will  of  course  include  acknowledgment  by 
the  general  post  of  post-office  orders,  and  drafts 
or  orders  now  used  instead  of  letters  of  credit ; 
but,  according  to  tiie  views  of  the  Board  of  In- 
land Revenue,  the  letters  must  not  go  beyond 
the  acknowledgment  of  the  safe  amval  of  bill, 
&c.  If  bills,  &c.,  are  said  to  be  received  in 
payment  of  a  particular  account  or  debt,  or  the 
amount  placed  to  the  credit  of  the  remitter,  if, 
in  short,  the  appropriation  is  mentioned,  the 
letters  will  not  be  exempted.  Where  advice  is 
given  by  letter  to  a  person  that  money  has  been 
paid  to  his  credit,  a  letter  in  return  acknow- 
ledging the  receipt  of  the  letter,  is  not  charge- 
able as  a  receipt,  but  any  intimation  that  the 
money  has  been  received  is  liable. 

Receipts  written  on  any  bond,  mortgage,  or 
other  security,  or  any  conveyance,  deed,  or 
instrument  whatever,  duly  stamped,  acknow- 
ledging the  receipt  of  the  consideration  money 
therein  expressed,  or  the  receipt  of  any  prin- 
cipal money,  interest,  or  annuity  thereby  se- 
cured. 

Note. — Stamps  may  be  impressed  or  affixed. 
Where  adhesive  stamps  are  affixed,  the  granter 
is  required  to  cancel  the  stamps  by  writing  his 
name  or  initials  on  them.  Penalty  for  omission, 
— £10.  Penalty  for  removing  adhesive  stamps, 
or  using  them  a  second  time,  or  doing  any 


STAMP  DUTIES,  ETC. 


XX]]  1 


i  fraudulent  act  to  defraud  of  duty,— £20.  (16 
aadl7  Vict.  c.  59,  §3,  4,  and5.) 

Resignation. — Principal  or  original  instrament 
of  resignation,  or  service,  or  cognition  of  heirs, 
or  charter,  or  sasine  of  any  houses,  lands,  or 
other  heritable  subjects  holding  burgage;  also 
instrument  of  resignation  of  lands,  &c.  not  held 
burgage,— 5s.    Progressive  duty,— 5s. 

Sasine.— Instrument  of  sasine  given  on  any 
charter,  precept  of  dare  constat,  or  precept 
liom  Chancery,  or  on  any  wadset,  heritable 
bond,  disposition,  apprising,  adjudication  of 
any  heritable  subjects  not  of  burgage  tenure, — 
5s.     Progressive  duty, — 5s. 

Schedule  or  Inventory  of  heritage  or  mov- 
ables, or  containing  the  terms  of  any  proposed 
sale,  lease,  &c.,  or  regulations  for  the  cultiva- 
tion and  management  of  any  farm,  Sec.  sepa- 
rate from  and  referred  to  in  lease,  bond,  deed, 
agreement,  &c.,  chargeable  with  any  stamp- 
duty  not  exceeding  10s. — the  same  duty  as 
shall  be  chargeable  on  such  lease,  bond,  agree- 
ment, &c.,  and  where  referred  to  in  such, 
chargeable  with  a  duty  exceeding  10s., — lOs. 
Progressive  duty, — lOs. 

Scrip  Certificate,  after  -tth  August  1853,  that 
is  to  say,  any  document  denoting  or  intended  to 
denote  the  right  or  title  of  the  holder  tliereof, 
or  any  person  to  any  share  or  shares  in  any 
joint-stock  or  other  company,  or  proposed  or 
intended  company,  or  any  certilicate  declaring 
or  entitling  the  holder  thereof,  or  any  person,  to 

'  be  or  become  the  proprietor  of  any  share  or 
shares  of  or  in  any  such  company,  where  such 
certificate,  or  the  right  or  title  to  such  share  or 
shares  shall  be,  or  be  intended  to  be,  transfer- 
able by  the  delivery  of  sucli  certificate,  or  other- 
wise than  by  deed  or  instrument  in  writing, — 
Id.     (16  and  17  Vict.  c.  63). 

Settlement. — Any  deed  or  instrument,  whether 
voluntary  or  gratuitous,  or  upon  any  considera- 
tion other  tlian  a  bona,  fide  pecuniary  con- 
sideration, whereby  any  dejinite  and  certain 
principal  sum  or  sums  of  money,  or  any  dejinite 
and  certain  shai-es  in  any  stocks  or  funds,  shall 
be  settled  or  agreed  to  be  settled  upon  or  for 
the  benefit  of  any  person  or  persons,  either  in 
possession  or  reversion,  either  absolutely,  or  for 
life  or  other  partial  interest,  or  in  any  other 
manner  whatsoever, — if  such  sum  or  sums,  or 
the  value  of  such  share  or  shares,  together,  shall 
not  exceed  in  the  whole  £100, — 5s. 

And  if  the  same  sliall  exceed  £100,  then  for  every 
£100,  and  fractional  part  of  £100,— 5s. 

All  such  deeds  which  contain  any  settlement  of 
lands  or  other  property,  or  any  other  thing 
besides  the  settlement  of  such  money  or  stock, 
.shall  be  chargeable  with  such  further  duty  as 
any  separate  deed  containing  such  settlement  of 
lands  or  other  property,  or  other  thing,  would 
have  been  chargeable  with,  exclusive  of  the  pro- 
gi'essive  duty. 

And  where  there  is  more  than  one  such  deed 
chargeable  vi-ith  any  such  duty  exceeding 
£1,  los.,  one  of  them  only  shall  be  charged 
■witli  the  ad  valorem  duty ;  and  also  where  any 
settlement  shall  be  made  in  pursuance  of  any 
previous  articles  chargeable  with  and  which 
shall  have  paid  any  such  duty  exceeding  £1, 15s., 
C 


it  is  not  chargeable  with  the  ad  ludorein  duty ; 
and  the  deeds  not  chargeable  with  the  ad  va- 
lorem duty  shall  be  charged  with  the  duty  to 
which  they  are  liable  under  any  more  general 
description  in  the  stamp  schedules  ;  and  on  the 
whole  being  produced,  duly  executed  and 
stamped,  the  latter  shall  also  be  stamped  with 
a  particular  stamp  for  denoting  the  payment  of 
the  said  ad  valorem  duty. 

Exemption  from  this  ad  valorem  dntn. — WilN, 
testaments,  and  testamentary  instrument'^,  and 
dispositions  mortis  causa. 

Writ  of  Acknowledgment  by  any  person  iti- 
feft  of  lands  in  Scotland,  in  favour  of  the  heir 
or  disponee,  of  a  creditor  fully  vested  in  riglii 
of  an  heritable  security  constituted  by  infeft- 
ment,— 10s.     (16  and  17  Vict.  c.  63,  §  6.) 

Inventory  Duty. 

The  duty  is  imposed  on  the  inventory  of  the  i>er- 
sonal  estate  and  effects  of  deceased  persons,  re- 
quired to  be  recorded  in  the  Commissary  Courts 
according  to  the  rates  in  the  following  table, 
and  is  regulated  by  the  amount  of  such  estate 
in  Scotland.  The  same  rates  of  duty  are  pay- 
able on  probates  and  letters  of  administration  in 
respect  of  tlie  personal  property  situated  in 
England  and  Ireland. 


TESTATE. 

1 

INTESTATE, 

Amount  of  Deceased's 

Duty. 

Amount  of  Deceased's 

Duty. 

Personal  Estate. 

Personal  Estate. 

Above 

Under 

Above 

Under 

£20 

£100 

10s. 

£20 

£50 

10s, 

(      100 

200 

£2 

f        60 

100 

£1 

200 

300 

5 

100 

200 

3 

300 

450 

8 

200 

300 

8 

450 

600 

11 

300 

450 

n 

600 

800 

15 

460 

600 

15 

800 

1,000 

22 

600 

800 

22 

1,000 

1,500 

30 

800 

1,000 

30 

1,500 

2,000 

40 

1,000 

1,500 

45 

2,000 

3,000 

50 

1,500 

2,000 

60 

3,000 

4,000 

60 

2,000 

3,000 

75 

4,000 

5,000 

80 

3,(100 

4,000 

90  1 

o 

5,000 

6,000 

100 

o 

4,000 

5,000 

120 

^   , 

6,000 

7,000 

120 

§ 

5,000 

6,000 

150  ' 

7,000 

8,000 

140 

•3 

•  6,000 

7,000 

180 

> 

8,000 

9,000 

160 

> 

7,000 

8,000 

210 

9,000 

10,000 

180 

8,000 

9,000 

240 

10,000 

12,000 

200 

9,000 

10,000 

270  I 

12,000 

14,000 

220 

10,000 

12,000 

300  1 

14,000 

16,000 

250 

12,000 

14,000 

330  1 

16,000 

18,000 

230 

14,000 

16,000 

375 

18,000 

20,000 

310 

16,000 

18,0C0 

420 

20,000 

25,000 

350 

18,000 

20,000 

4G5 

25,000 

30,000 

400 

20,000 

25,000 

525 

30,000 

35,000 

450 

25,000 

S0,000 

600  '< 

35,000 

40,000 

525 

30,000 

35,000 

675 

40,000 

45,0'JO 

600 

35,000 

40,ono 

785 

45,000 

50,000 

675    ; 

L  40,000 

45,000 

900 

Inci 

easing  progressively  to  £1,00 

0,000. 

1 

The  inventory-duty  is  paid  on  the  whole  personal 
property  in  Scotland,  and  probate  and  adminis- 
tration duty  on  the  whole  personal  property 
situated  in  England  and  Ireland,  without  de- 
duction of  debts ;  but  the  Act  5  and  6  Vict.  c. 
79,  §  23,  provides  for  a  return  being  given 
on  proof  of  the  constitution  and  payment  of 
the  debts.  This  repayment  must  be  claimed 
within  three  years ;  but  the  time  will  be  pro- 
longed on  application  to  the  Board  of  Inland 
Revenue.     If  there  be  any  omission  in  the  in- 


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STAMP  DUTIES,  ETC. 


ventory  iuferring  payment  of  furtlier  duty,  an 
additional  inventory  of  such  is  required  to  be 
exhibited,  by  48  Geo.  Ill,  c.  149,  §  38 ;  and 
§40  provides  that  the  same  shall  also  specify  the 
amount  or  value  of  the  estate  and  effects  of  the 
same  person  comprised  in  the  former  inventory. 
By  16  and  17  Vict.  c.  59,  §  8,  such  additional 
inventory  shall  be  chargeable  only  with  such 
amount  of  stamp  duty  as,  together  with  the 
stamp  duty  charged  upon  the  former  duly 
stamped  inventory  of  the  estate  and  effects  of 
the  same  deceased  person,  shall  make  up  the 
full  amount  of  stamp  duty,  in  respect  of  the 
total  amount  of  all  the  estate  and  effects  of 
the  deceased  specified  in  the  said  additional  and 
any  such  former  inventory.  If  the  estate  be 
over-estimated,  or  something  improperly  in- 
cluded, in  the  inventory,  an  inventory  on  a 
stamp  corresponding  to  the  value  must  be  ex- 
hibited, and  the  original  stamp  will  be  allowed 
on  affidavit  as  a  spoiled  stamp. 

Legacy-duty. 

On  Legacies,  Residues,  §-c. 

To  Children  or  their  descendants,  or  lineal  """^  i"'  "• 

ancestors, £10 

Brother  or  sister,  or  descendant,       .        3    0 
Uncle  or  aunt,  or  their  descendants,  5    0 

Grand  uncle  or  aunt,  or  their  descendants,  6  0 
All  other  relations  or  strangers,  .  10  0 
The  husband  or  wife  of  tlie  deceased  is  not 
chargeable  with  duty.  If  the  legatee's  hus- 
band or  wife  is  of  nearer  consanguinity  than 
the  legatee,  duty  is  payable  according  to  such 
nearer  relationship.     (16  and  17  Vict.  c.  51, 

§11-) 

This  duty  is  payable  for  every  legacy  out  of  the 
personal  or  moveable  estate,  or  out  of  or  charged 
upon  the  real  or  heritable  estate  of  the  deceased, 
or  out  of  any  moneys  to  arise  by  tlie  sale,  mort- 
gage, or  other  disposition  of  the  deceased's  real 
or  herhable  estate,  or  any  part  thereof:  Also 
for  the  clear  residue  (^after  deducting  debts, 
funeral  expenses,  legacies,  and  other  charges 
fii-st  payable  thereout)  of  the  personal  or  move- 
able estate,  whether  the  title  to  sucli  residue 
shall  accrue  by  virtue  of  any  testamentaiy  dis- 
position, or  upon  a  partial  or  total  intestacy  : 
And  also  for  the  clear  residue  of  the  moneys  to 
arise  from  the  sale,  mortgage,  or  other  disposi- 
tion of  any  real  or  heritable  estate,  directed  to 
be  sold,  mortgaged,  or  otherwise  disposed  of  by 
any  will  or  testamentary  instrument. 

Annuities  are  valued  for  legacy  duty  according  to 
tables  annexed  to  the  Succession  Duty  Act. 

Duty  is  not  exigible  on  legacies  or  residues  under 


£20  ;  but  if  a  legatee  take  two  or  more  legacif 
under  any  testament,  which  shall  togetlicr  br 
of  the  amount  of  £20,  each  shall  be  charge  1 
with  duty,  though  each  or  either  may  be  separ- 
ately under  that  amount. 

N.B. — Priutt'd  forms  and  regulations  regarding  all 
the  succession-duties  will  be  obtained  gratis,  on 
application  at  the  Inland  Revenue  Office,  Edin- 
burgh ;  and  at  the  offices  of  the  distributors  of 
stamps  m  tlie  country. 

Succession  Duty.— The  duty  commences  on  tlie 
death  of  persons  dying  after  the  19th  May  1853, 
and  seems  to  be  imposed  on  all  property,  both 
heritable  and  moveable,  passing  by  death,  not 
liable  to  the  duty  on  legacies  and  successions  to 
personal  estate  upon  intestacy — the  duty  im- 
posed by  the  Legacy  Duty  Acts.  The  duty  on 
heritable  ])roperty  is  charged  on  the  annual 
value,  after  allowance  of  the  necessary  out- 
gomgs  (§  22),  as  an  annuity  for  the  life  of  the 
successor  (§  21), which  is  to  be  valued  by  tables 
annexed  to  the  act. 

Personal  Property  is  liable  to  duty  according 
to  the  value  of  the  succession ;  and  money 
charged  on  heritage — heritable  securities — is 
chargeable  as  personalty  (§1.) 

Rates  of  Succession  Duty. 

Lineal  issue  or  lineal  ancestor  of  the  predecessor, 
— £1  per  cent. 

Brothers  and  sisters  of  the  predecessor  and  their 
descendants, — £3  per  cent. 

Brothers  and  sisters  of  the  father  or  mother  of  the 
predecessor  and  then-  descendants, — £5  per  cent. 

Brothers  and  sisters  of  a  grandfather  or  grand- 
mother of  the  predecessor  and  their  descendants, 
— £6  per  cent. 

Any  other  person, — £10  per  cent. 

The  husband  or  wife  of  the  predecessor  is  not 
chargeable  with  duty  (§  18),  and  if  the  suc- 
cessor's husband  or  wife  shall  be  of  nearer  con- 
sanguinity than  the  successor,  duty  is  payable 
according  to  such  nearer  relationship  (§  11.) 

The  following  are  also  exemptions  from  the  suc- 
cession duty : — 

1.  Successions  from  the  same  predecessor,  passing 
on  any  death,  not  amounting  in  principal  value 
to  £100  (§  18).  2.  Any  succession  of  less  value 
than  £20  in  the  whole  (ib.)  3.  Legacies  and 
personal  property  charged  Avith  legacy  duty,  iu 
respect  of  the  same  acquisition  (ib.) 

Note. — The  collection  of  the  succession  duty  -svill 
form  a  branch  of  the  legacy-duty  business  of  the 
Inland  Revenue.  Fonns  of  the  accounts  may 
be  obtained  at  the  Legacy  Duty  Office,  Edin- 
burgh, and  at  the  offices  of  the  distributors  of 
stamps  in  the  country. 


DISCOUNT  ON  THE  PURCHASE  OF  STAMPS. 


Parties  who  may  purchase  stajnps  (except  receipt 
stamps,  labels  for  medicines,  newspapers,  and 
postage  stamps)  at  London,  Edinburgh,  or 
Dublin,  under  the  value  of  £10  each,  but  to  the 
value  of  £30  or  upwards  in  the  whole,  are 
allowed  discount  at  the  rate  of  30s.  per  cent. — 
12  and  13  Vict.  c.  80 :  and  any  person  who 
pitrchases  at  the  stamp  offices  of  London,  Edin- 


burgh, or  Dublin,  stamps  for  receipts  to  the 
amount  of  £5  or  upwards,  or  of  any  aistribntor 
or  sub-distributor  not  within  ten  miles  fi-om 
said  respective  offices,  to  the  amount  of  £1  or 
upwards,  shall  receive  an  allowance  at  the  rate 
of  £7,  10s.  percent. — no  allowance  for  a  fraction 
of  a  pound.— 13  and  14  Vict.  c.  97,  §  18. 


STAMP  DUTIES,  ETC. 


XXV 


REGULATIONS  AS  TO  EXCHANGING  SPOILED  STAMPS. 


The  solicitors  office,  No.  5  in  tlic  Inland  Picvenue 
Office,  is  open  for  the  allowance  of  spoiled 
stamps  every  Tuesday  and  Thursday,  from 
twelve  noon  to  2  p.m.  The  distributors  of 
stamps  at  the  following  places  also  receive 
spoiled  stamps  for  allowance  :  Aberdeen,  Ayr, 
Banff,  Cupar-Fife,  Dumfries,  Dundee,  Elgin, 
Glasgow,  Greenock,  Inverness,  and  Perth. 

A  supply  of  forms  of  affidavits  is  kept  by  the 
solicitor  and  the  above  distributors,  and 
claimants  may  attend  at  the  solicitor's  office,  and 
have  the  affidavits  filled  up  and  taken  ;  or  they 
may  get  copies  of  the  forms,  and  take  the  oath 
before  a  Justice  of  the  Peace,and  afterwards  lodge 
the  affidavits  and  the  stamps  with  any  of  the 
above  officers.  If  the  claim  be  admitted,  a 
ticket  is  issued,  stating  that  application  is  to  be 
made  for  the  new  stamps  after  Thursday  se'en- 
night,  and  within  six  weeks  from  the  date  of  the 
ticket.  If  not  made  within  that  time  the  claim 
will  be  forfeited. 

The  stamps,  if  belonging  to  parties  resident  in 
Edinburgh,  or  within  ten  miles  thereof,  must  be 
presented  for  allowance  within  six  months  after 
being  signed  in  the  case  of  executed  instruments, 
and  six  months  after  being  spoiled  in  the  case  of 
unexecuted  instruments.  If  beyond  that  dis- 
tance, six  months  in  the  former,  and  twelve 
months  iii  the  latter  case. 

Bills  or  notes  delivered  to  payees,  or  negotiated  or 
issued  in  any  way,  and  bills  accepted  or  ten- 
dered for  acceptance,  cannot  be  exchanged, 
imless  a  new  bill  be  produced,  in  all  respects 
the  same,  excepting  the  correction  of  the  error. 


As  to  the  exchange  of  sea  policies  of  insurance, 
see  54:  Geo.  III.  cap.  133. 

Unsigned  instruments  are  allowed,  if  inadvertently 
spoiled.  Signed,  if  void  in  law  from  the 
beginning  ;  from  error  or  mistake,  unfit  for  the 
purpose  originally  intended  ;  from  death  or 
reiiisal  to  sign,  of  any  person  whose  signature 
is  necessary  ;  from  the  want  of  the  signature  of 
some  material  and  necessary  party ;  from  refusal 
to  act  under,  or  from  non-acceptance — they 
shall  be  unfit  for  or  fail  of  the  purpose  intended  ; 
or  if  the  transaction  be  carried  through  by 
another  instrument  duly  stamped. — See  .53  Geo. 
III.  cap.  108.  In  the  case  of  transfers  of  stock 
signed  by  the  seller  alone,  and  other  instruments 
if  by  one  party,  new  deeds  require  to  be  pro- 
duced to  the  proper  officer  of  stamps,  who,  as  to 
transfers,  is  instructed  to  certify  in  what  parti- 
culars they  diff^er  from  those  spoiled. 

Stamps  of  a  different  description  may  be  obtained 
for  any  stamp  spoiled  if  it  be  of  the  value  of  £G 
or  upwards.  Application  for  this  purpose  to 
the  commissioners  of  Inland  Revenue  should  be 
lodged  with  the  affidavit.  The  commissioners,  " 
by  3d  and  4th  Will.  IV.  cap.  97,  sec.  19,  may, 
if  in  their  discretion  they  think  fit,  refund,  in 
money,  the  amount  of  spoiled  stamps.  They  are 
also  authorized  to  repay  the  amount  of  stamps 
for  which  the  possessor  has  no  immediate  use, 
if  applied  for  within  three  months  after  being 
purchased.  In  both  cases  is  deducted  the  per 
centage  allowed  by  law  on  the  purchase  of 
stamps. 


STAMPING  DEEDS  AFTER  BEING  SIGNED. 


Beyond  Ticelve  Months.— Iha  duty,  or  deficiency 
of  duty,  shall  be  due  and  payable  to  her  Majesty, 
and  also  the  penalty  of  £10.  The  deed  will  only 
be  stamped  on  payment  of  the  whole  or  (as  the 
case  may  be)  the  deficiency  of  the  stamp  duty 
remaining  payable  on  it,  over  and  above  such 
duty,  a  penalty  of  £10;  and  if  the  whole 
amount  of  said  duty  or  deficiency  shall  exceed 
£10,  then,  in  addition  to  said  duty  and  penalty, 
there  shall  be  paid,  by  way  of  additional 
penalty,  interest  on  the  duty  or  deficiency  at  the 
rate  of  5  per  cent,  from  the  date  or  first  signing 
of  the  deed  ;  but  such  interest  shall  not  exceed 
the  amount  of  the  said  duty  or  deficiency  of  duty. 

Within  Ticelve  Months.— U  the  deed  shall  be 
brought  to  the  Commissioners  of  Inland  Reve- 
nue within  twelve  months  after  the  first  signing 
or  executing,  in  order  to  be  stamped,  it  may  be 
stamped  without  payment  of  the  penalty,  or  on 
payment  only  of  a  portion  thereof,  provided  it 
shall  be  proved  to  the  satisfaction  of  the  Com- 
missioners that  the  deed  was  not  duly  stamped 
previously  to  being  signed,  by  reason  of  acci- 
dent, mistake,  inadvertency,  or  urgent  necessity, 
and  without  any  wilful  design  to  evade  or  delay 
the  payment  of  duty.— 13  and  14  Vict.  c.  97, 
sect.  12. 


Abroad. — If  the  deed  shall  be  executed  by  any 
party  abroad,  it  may  be  stamped  without  any 
penalty,  if  brought  to  be  so  within  two  calendar 
months  from  the  time  of  being  received  in  the 
kingdom,  upon  proof  of  the  facts  to  the  satis- 
faction of  the  Commissioners. — 13  and  14  Vict 
c.  97,  §  13. 

N.B. — Instruments  are  received  at  the  Solicitor's 
Office,  Inland  Revenue,  Waterloo  Place,  Edin- 
burgh, and  transmitted  to  London  to  be  stamped, 
if  within  sixty  days  of  the  first  date,  on  pay- 
ment of  the  duty  ;  if  beyond  that  date,  on 
payment  of  the  duty  and  penalty.  Parties,  on 
applying,  will  be  furnished  with  a  Schedule,  and 
after  being  filled  up,  it  is  to  be  presented,  along 
with  the  instrument,  at  the  Solicitor's  Office,  No. 
5,  Inland  Revenue,  between  10  and  12  o'clock, 
on  Mondays  and  Wednesdays  only.  The  amount 
of  duty  wished  to  be  impressed  on  the.  instrument 
is  to  be  inserted  by  the  appUcant  before  being 
presented  at  the  Solicitor's  Office  ;  and  after- 
wards he  pays  it,  and  the  penalty,  if  any,  to 
the  Cashier,  No.  3,  Lobby.  The  instrument 
will  be  returned  through  the  Warehouse-keeper, 
No.  2,  Lobby,  and  it  must  be  called  for  after 
eight  days,  and  within  twenty-one  days  from 
the  date  of  its  being  lodged. 


XXVI 


STAMP  DUTIES,  ETC. 


DOUBTS  AS  TO  TUE  SUFFICIENCY  OF  STAMPS  MAY  BE  REMOVED. 


The  opinion  of  the  Commissioners  of  Inland 
Eevenue  as  to  the  duty  to  which  a  deed,  whether 
previously  stamped  or  otherwise,  is  chargeable, 
may  be  obtained  on  the  deed  being  presented  at 
their  ofiice  (London)  and  a  fee  of  10s.  paid. 
Tiie  duty  or  insufHcient  duty  -which  tiie  Com- 
missioners may  assess,  and  the  penalty,  if  any, 
being  paid,  they  shall  stamp  the  deed  with  tlie 
duly  so  paid,  and  thereupon,  and  also  in  the 
case  of  tlie  deed  being  previously  sufficiently 
stamped,  shall  also  impress  the  deed  with  a 
particulai"  stamp  to  be  provided  for  tlie  purpose. 
The  deed  shall  then  be  received  in  evidence  not- 
withstanding imy  objection  to  it  as  insufficiently 
.stamped.  The  provision  does  not  apply  to 
bonds  or  mortgages  for  unlimited  amounts,  nor 
instruments  after  being  signed,  prohibited  from 
being  stamped.  The  opinion  of  tiie  Commis- 
sioners may  be  appealed  against  to  the  Court  of 
Exchequer  at  Westminster,  on  the  stamp  duties 
assessed  being  paid,  and  40s.  for  costs  being 
deposited.  (13  and  1-i  Vict.  c.  07,  §  14  and  15).  . 
Tlie  Commissioners  may  also  adjudge  on  deeds  \ 
not  liable  to  any  stamp  duty  ;  and  if  any  duty  i 
is  assessed  the  party  mav  appeal.  (IC  aud  17 
Vict.  c.  50,  §  13). 


N.B. — Instruments  are  received  for  adjudication  at 
the  Solicitor's  Office,  Inland  Revenue,  Edin- 
burgh, on  the  same  conditions  as  to  duty  and 
penalty  as  instruments  to  be  stamped  merely 
(see  above).  The  mode  of  proceeding  is  as 
follows  : — The  sum  of  leu  shillinris  fur  the 
adjudication  stamp  is  first  to  be  paid  to  tiie 
Ciishier,  No.  3,  Lobby.  Tlien  tiie  schedule  (the 
duty  to  be  impressed  of  course  not  being  inserted 
in  tlie  scliedule),  the  instrument  after  exLcution, 
and  a  full  copy  (written  on  foolscap  paper)  of 
it,  are  to  be  left  at  tlie  Solicitor's  Otiice,  No.  5, 
on  Mondays  and  Wednesdays,  between  10  and 
12  o'clock  0/^?^.  Bet\vcen  10  and  12  o'clock  on 
the  Thursday  following,  a  party,  who  can  give 
explanation,  must  call  on  the  chief  clerk  of  the 
Solicitor's  Department,  No.  6  ;  aud  he  should  be 
prepared  to  pay  the  proper  duty,  and  i)eiialty,  if 
any,  to  the  Cashier,  No.  3,  Lobby. 

It  is  desired  that  there  may  be  appended  to  tlie 
copy  of  tlie  instrument,  a  table  giving  tlie  sab- 
stance  (particularly  dates  and  sums),  of  its 
clauses  and  provisions,  and  a  reference  to  the 
page  of  the  copy  on  which  each  commences. 


DUPLICATES  OR  COUNTERPARTS. 


Duplicates  or  counterparts  of  instniments  requiring 
to  be  impressed  with  the  denoting  stamp  to  ren- 
der them  valid,  may  be  lodged  at  the  Solicitor's 
Office,  No.  5,  Inland  Revenue,  Edinbm-gh,  be- 
tween 10  and  12  o'clock  on  Mondays  and  Wed- 
nesdays only.  A  transmission  of  them  is  made 
once  a-week  to  the  Head  Office.     The  principal 


instrument,  as  well  ;ls  the  duplicate,  must  be 
lodged,  and  both  must  appear  to  be  properly 
stamped,  otherwise  they  will  not  be  transmitted. 
Mem. — The  revenue  takes  no  risk  of  loss  or  in- 
jury connected  with  the  custody  or  carriage  of 
the  instruments  received  and  trausmitted  to  be 
stamped. 


IV.  ASSESSED  TAXES. 


Armokial  Bearings.  £   s. 

rer.=ons  using  armorial   bearings,    and 
keeuing  a  carriage  taxed  at  the  rate 

of  £3,  10s 2  12 

Not  keeping  such  cai'riage 0  13 

Capjuages. 

Carriage  with  four  wheels,  di-awn  by  two 
or  more  horses  or  mules 3  10 

Do.  drawn  by  one  horse  or  mule 2     0 

Carriage  with  four  wheels,  each  of  less 
diameter  than  thirty  inches,  and  drawn 
by  two  or  more  ponies  or  mules  not 
exceeding  thirteen  hands  in  height....  1  1.') 

Do.  drawn  by  one  such  pony  or  mule....  1     0 

Carriage  with   less   than   four    wheels, 
drawn  by  two  or  more  horses  or  mules  2     0 

Do.  drawn  by  one  horse  or  mule 0  15 

Do.  drawn  by  one  pony  or  mule  not  ex- 
ceeding thirteen  hands  in  height 0  10 


Carriages  kept  solely  for  being  let  to  hire, 
one-half  the  above  duties  respectively. 
Carriage  with  four  wheels,  used  by  a 
common  carrier  chiefly  for  the  car- 
riage of  goods 2     6     8 

Do.  with  less  than  four  wheels 16     8 

Exemptions. — Licensed  hackney  aud  stage  car- 
riages. Carriage  kept  for  being  let  to  hire  with 
a  horse  or  horses  by  a  person  licensed  to  let 
horses  for  hire.  Waggon,  van,  or  cart  used 
solely  in  trade  or  husbandry,  on  which  the 
name,  surname,  and  place  of  abode  of  the  owner 
is  legibly  painted,  and  which  on  no  occasion  i- 
used  for  any  purpose  of  pleasure,  except  for 
conveying  the  owner  or  his  family  to  or  from 
church. 

Dogs. — For  every  dog XO  12    0 

JIaximum  charge  for  any  number  of 

hounds 39  12     0 


STAMP  DUTIES,  ETC. 


XXVll 


Do.  of  greyhounds 9    0    0 

Exemptions. — Any  dog  kept  wholly  for  the  care 
of  sheep  or  cattle,  if  not  a  greyhound,  hound, 
pointer,  setting  dog,  spaniel,  lurcher,  or  terrier ; 
also  dogs  under  six  months  old. 

Game  Certificates. 

Upon  every  person  who  shall  use  auy  dog,  gun, 
net,  or  other  engine,  for  the  purpose  of  taking 
or  killing  any  game  whatever,  or  shall  take  or 
kill,  or  assist  in  so  doing,  any  game  by  virtue 
of  auj'  appointment  duly  registered  as  game- 
keeper :  £   s.    d. 

If  such  person  shall  be  servant  to  any 
person  charged  with  duty  in  respect  of 
such  servant 17     6 

And  if  such  person  shall  not  be  a  ser- 
vant as  above 4     0  10 

For  every  other  person  using  any  dog  or 
killing  game,  &c 4    0  10 

Any  person  giving  at  present  a  right  to  kill  hares 
in  Scotland,  may  do  so  himself,  or  by  any  per- 
son permitted  by  writing  under  his  hand,  upon 
his  own  land,  without  payment  of  the  annual 
duty  for  a  Game  Certificate. 

Hairpovvder,  persons  using £1    3    6 

Horses. 

Race-horses,  each 3  17    0 

Horses  exceeding  the  height  of  thirteen 
hands,  for  riding  or  drawing  carriages, 
each 110 

If  one  only  used,  by  a  farmer  or  a  bailifl^, 
shepherd,  herdsman,  clergyman,  phy- 
sician, surgeon,  or  apothecary 0  10     6 

If  not  used  for  riding  or  drawing  car- 
riages, but  kept  for  trade 0  10     6 

Pony  or  mule,  not  exceeding  thirteen 
hands,  for  riding  or  drawing  any  car- 
riage   0  10     6 

If  not  used  for  riding  or  drawing  any 

caniago 0     5     3 

Exemptions. — Horses  used  solely  for  the  purposes 
of  husbandry  or  by  market-gardeners  in  their 
business,  and  mares  kept  solely  for  breeding. 

Any  horse  used  truly  for  the  purpose  of  husbandry, 
or  of  drawing  any  carriage  not  chargeable  with 
duty,  or  of  carrying  burdens  in  the  course  of 
the  owner's  trade  or  occupation,  and  which  may 
be  ridden  to  or  from  the  place  where  the  load 
or  burden  is  to  be  taken  up  or  deposited,  or  for 
procuring  medical  assistance. 

Horses  used  in  drawing  licensed  stage  carriages. 

Horses  kept  solely  to  be  let  for  hire  by  licensed 
persons. 

Horses  kept  solely  for  drawing  licensed  hackney 
carriages. 

Horses  kept  for  sale  by  assessed  horse  dealers,  and 
not  otherwise  used. 

Persons  keeping  horses  or  mules  bond  fide  for  the 
purpose  of  husbandry,  and  .occasionally  using 
tiiem  for  drawing  burdens,  not  chargeable  with 
♦Jio  duty  of  10s,  Gd  for  more  than  two  of  such 


horses  or  mules  kept  on  any  one  farm,  or  any 
one  parish  or  place,  provided  such  horses  or 
mules  are  not  employed  in  any  purpose  of  trade, 
or  in  drawing  for  hire,  or  in  drawing  any  car- 
riage chargeable  with  duty. 
Farm-horses  or  mules  occasionally  used  for  draw- 
ing burdens,  or  let  for  drawing,  for  hire  or  pro- 
fit, if  not  used  for  drawing  any  carriage  charge- 
able with  duty. 
Horsedealers.— Every   person    exercising    the 

business £13  IS     0 

Exemptions. — Persons  who  sell  only  horses  bred 
by  themselves,  or  kept  as  ftirming-stock  at  least 
three  months. 
House  Duty. 

On  each  inhabited  dwelling-house  of  the  annual 
value  of  £20  or  upwards,  occupied  as  a  farm 
house  by  a  tenant  or  fann-servant,  or  in  which 
articles  are  exposed  for  sale,  a  duty  of  6d.  per 
pound  ;  all  others, — 9d. 
Male  Servants. 

For  each  male  servant,  eighteen  years  or  upwards, 
in  the  capacity  of  maitre  d'hotel,  house-steward, 
master  of  the  horse,  groom  of  the  chamber, 
valet  de  chambre,  butler,  under-butler,  clerk  of 
the  kitchen,  confectioner,  cook,  house-porter, 
footman,  running-footman,  coachman,  groom, 
postilion,  stable-boy,  or  helper  in  the  stables 
of  the  master,  gardener,  park-keeper,  game- 
keeper, Inmtsman,  or  whipper-in £1     1    0 

Under  eighteen  years   0  10    G 

Under-gardener ,    0  10    C 

Under-gamekeeper   0  10    6 

N.B. — The  above  duties  are  payable  for  every 
male  employed  as  above,  and  not  being  a  servant 
to  his  employer,  if  the  employer  shaU  otherwise 
be  chargeable  with  the  foregoing  duties  on  a  ser- 
vant or  carriage,  or  for  more  than  one  horse. 
Tavern-waiters  above  eighteen  years 

of  age £1     1     0 

Under  eighteen 0  10    0 

Exemptions. — Any  male  servant  under  the  age  of 
twenty-one,  being  the  son  or  grandson  of  the 
employer,  and  a  member  of  his  household. 
JIale  servant  employed  by  any  licensed  victualler 
to  carry  out  liquor  to  customers,  although 
occasionally  required  to  wait  on  guests,  pro- 
vided one  only  is  kept. 
Male  servant  employed  as  an  hostler  or  helper  in 

the  stables  of  any  licensed  innkeeper. 
Male  servant  employed  as  groom  or  stable-boy  by 
any  livery  stable-keeper,  horse  dealer,  or  person 
licensed  to  let  horses  for  hire,  or  to  keep  and  use 
any  stage  or  hackney  carriage  ;  also  male 
servant  employed  by  such  licensed  person  to 
drive  any  licensed  st/ige  or  hackney  carriage,  or 
carriage  and  hoise  let  to  hire  for  less  than 
twenty-eight  days. 
Male  servant  employed  by  stable-keeper  for  taking 
care  and  training  a  race-horse. 


XXVIII 


LIST  OF  THE  STREETS,  SQUARES,  PLACES,  CLOSES,  COURTS, 
AND  LANES,  &c,  IN  EDINBURGH  AND  LEITH, 

WITH  REFERENCE  TO  THEIR  SITUATIONS. 

LEITH  ARE  HARKED  THUS  *. 


Aebet,  foot  of  Canoiigate 

Abbey   hill.    Spring    Gardens    to 

Watergate 
Abbey  hill  house,  Norton  place 
Abbey  mount,  Abbey  hill 
Abercom  place,  Jock's  lodge 
Abercromby  place,  foot  Duke  st. 
Adam  square,  South  bridge 
Adam  street,  Roxbui-gh  place 
*Adelphi  place,  Links 
*Admiralty  street,  Couper  street 
Advocates'  close,  357  High  street 
Ainslie  place,  Great  Stuart  street 
Aird's  close,  1-35  Grassmarket 
Aitchison's  close,  58  West  port 
Albany  street,  foot  of  Duke  street 
*  Albany  street,  North  Fort  street 
Albany  Cottage,  York  laue 
Albert  place,  India  place 
Albyn  place,  west  end  of  Queen  st. 
Alder  bank,  Jock's  lodge 
Alison's  close,  34  Cowgate 
Alison's  place,  foot  of  Leith  walk 
Alison's  Square,  Potterrow 
Allan  street,  Stockbridge 
Allan's  close,  269  High  street 
Allan's  close,  79  Grassmarket 
Allan's  court,  269  High  street 
*Allanfield,  Queensferry  road 
Alva  St.,  Charlotte  pi.  to  Wm.  st. 
Amphion  cottage,  Trinity 
Amphion  place,  N.  B.  Canongate 
Anchor  close,  243  High  street 
Anchorfield,  Newhaven 
Anderson's  place,  foot  Leith  walk 
Anderson's  close,  14  Cowgate 
Annandale  st.,  head  of  Leith  v>'alk 
Ann  street,  St  Bernard's 
Annfield,  Newhaven 
Antigua  street,  Union  place 
Archer's  hall,  Buccleuch  street 
Archibald  place,  Lauriston 
Argyle  square.  North  College  st. 
Argyle  place,  Meadows 
Arniston  place,  Newington 
Arthur  street  and  places,  Pleasanee 
Arthur  lodge,  Dalkeith  road 
Ashley  buildings,  entry  from  15 

High  street 
"Assembly  st.  east  end  Bernard  st. 
Athelstane  cottage.  Ferry  road 
AthoU  crescent,  bv  Maitland  street 


AthoU  place,  Atholl  crescent 

Bailie  Fyfe's  close,  101  High  street 
Bailie's  court,  50  Cowgate 
Baiufield,  Fountaiobridge 
"Bainfield 

Baird's  close,  135  West  port 
Bakehouse  clorjc,  1  iG  Cauongate      | 
Baker's  place,  n.  w.  Circus  place 
Ballantyne's  close,  7  Grassmarket ' 
*Baltic  street,  ea^t  cud  Bernard  st. 
Bangholm,  Queensferry  road 
Bangholm  bower,  near  Trinity 
Bauk  street,  Lawnmarket 
Bank  street,  North,  Mound  place 
*Bank  street,  Bernard  street 
"■'Bank  pi.  and  ho.,  Queensferry  rd. 
*Bankhouse 

*Barm  close,  15  Coalhill 
Baron  Grant's  close,  15  High  st. 
Barony  street,  foot  of  Broughton  st. 
Barringer's  close,  91  High  street 
■"Bathfield,  near  Leith  fort 
"■'Bath  street,  James'  place 
Baxter's  close,  469  La-mimarket 
Baxter's  place,  head  of  Leith  walk 
Beattie's  close,  84  Grassmarket 
Beaumont  place,  head  of  Pleasanee 
Beaumont  cottage,  do. 
Beaver  hall,  Canonmills 
Bedford  street,  top  of  Dean  street 
Beggrie's  entry,  69  St  Leonard  st. 
Belleville,  Dalkeith  road 
Belle-vue  crescent,  Mansfield  place 
Bellevue  terrace,  E.  Claremont  st. 
Bellevue  cottage,  Trinity 
Bellevue  cottage.  Ferry  road 
Bellfield,  Trmity 
Bell's  close,  272  Canongate 
*Bell's  court,  25  Constitution  st. 
Bell's  entry,  17  St  Leonard  street 
Bell's  Mills,  near  Sunbury 
Bell's  ■wyTid,  146  High  street 
■^Bernard  st.,  Baltic  st.  to  Shore 
"Binnie's  close,  36  Giles'  street 
Bishop's  close,  129  High  street 
Blaeket  place,  Minto  street 
Blackfriars' wynd,  96  High  street, 

and  236  Cowgate 
Blackford,  Canaan 
Blair's  close,  CastlehUl 
Blah'  street,  from  Hunter  square 


Blanfield  house,  Broughton  road 
Blanfield  row,  Canonmills 
Bleek  cottage,  Granton  road 
Blenheim  place,  Baxter  place 
Bloom  row,  Canaan 
BIyth's  close,  517  Castlehill 
Boghall,  Boroughmuirhead 
Bennington  park,  Bonnington 
Bennington  road,  Claremont  cres. 

to  Newhaven 
Bonnington  bank,  Queensferry  rd. 
Bonnington  brae,  Bonnington 
Bonnington  place,  Bonnington 
■^'Bonnington  bank,  Bonnington  rd. 
^Bonnington  row,  w.  end  Yardhds. 
Bonnington  lodge.  Ferry  road 
Bonnington  mount,  do. 
Borough  loch.  Archers'  hall 
Boroughmuirhead,  Bruntsfield  pi. 
Borthwick's  close,  190  High  street 
Boswell's  court,  392  Castlehill 
Boswell  road,  Granton  road 
Botanic  gardens,  Inverleith  row 
Bow  bridge,  Boroughmuirhead 
"Bowerhall,  Bonnington  road 
■^Bowie's  close,  27  Queen  street 
■^"Bowling-green  street 
Boyd's  entry,  St  Mary's  wynd 
Braid,  Boroughmuirhead 
Brand  place,  Abbey  hill 
Brandfield  place,  Fountainbridge 
Brandon  street,  Henderson  row- 
Bread  street,  Port-Hopetoun 
*Brickfield,  Eestalrig  road 
'^Brickwork  close,  104  Kirkgate 
Bridge  place,  Bonnington  bridge 
^Bridge  street,  Upper  Dra'vrbridge 
Brighton  street,  Lothian  street 
Bristo  port,  Candlemaker  row 
Bristo  street.  Chapel  street 
"Broad  ■wynd,  Shore 
Brodie's  close,  304  Lawnmarket 
Bro-nn's  close,  79  Canongate 
Bro^wn's  close,  385  La-wnmarket 
Brown's  court-,  125  Canongate 
Brown's  court,  396  Castlehill 
Bro^wn's  court,  27  Crosscausey 
Brown's  entry,  foot  of  Leith  walk 
Brown's  place,  Vennel 
■^BroinTi's  place.  Junction  road 
Brown  street,  134  Pleasanee 
Brown  street  lane,  Brcwn  street 


LIST  OF  STREETS,  ETC.,  IN  EDINBURGH  AND  LEITH. 


XXIX 


Brown's  square,  Argyle  square 
Bronghton  markets,  Broughton  st. 
Broughtou  street,  Catharine  street 
Broughton  place,  Broughton  street 
Broughton  lane,  33  Broughton  st. 
Broughton  park  house,  Claremont 

street,  east 
Broughton  hall,  Claremont  cres. 
Broughton  point,  Powderhall 
Brunswick  street.  Hillside  cres. 
Brunswick  street,  Clarence  street 
*Brunton's  close,  70  Tolbooth  wd. 
Brunton  place,  G.  London  road 
Bruntsfield  ho.,  Bruntsfield  links 
Bruntsfield  links,  Wright's  houses 
Bruntsfield  place,  Bruntsfield  links 
Buccleuch  place,  George  square 
Buccleuch  pend,  St  Patrick  square 
Buccleuch  street,  Buccleuch  place 
Buchanan's  court,  300  Lawumarket 
Buchanan's  close,  283  Cowgate 
Buckstane,  Boroughmuirhead 
Bull's  close,  181  High  street 
Bull's  close,  307  Cowgate 
Bull's  close,  106  Canongate 
'■"Burgess  cl.,  Shore  and  Water  lane 
'^Burns'  sti'eet,  Lochend  road 
Burnet's  close,  156  High  street 
Byer's  close,  373  High  street 

■•'Cable  wynd,  51  Giles'  street 
Caldwell  lane,  St  Ann's  yards 
Callender  h.  and  entry,  67  Canong. 
Calton  street,  Leith  street 
Caltonhill,  from  Calton  street 
Calton  place,  Calton  street,  south 
Calton,  low,  from  Leith  wynd 
Cameron  house,  Dalkeith  road 
Campbell's  close,  87  Canongate 
Campbell's  cl.,  east,  137  Cowgate 
Campbell's  cl.,  west,  109  Cowgate 
Campbell's  entry,  145  Cowgate 
Canaan,  Grange  1.  to  Morningside 
Canal  basin,  Port-Hopetoun 
Canal  street,  below  N.  bridge,  west 
Candlemaker  row,  Cowgate  head 
Canning  place,  Causeyside 
*Cannon  st.,  east  side  Leith  Fort 
Canongate,  Abbey  to  Netherbow 
Canongate,  north  back  of^  Water- 
gate to  Low  Calton 
Canoiigate,  south  back  of,  Cowgate 
Canonmills,  no.  of  Bellevue  cres. 
Canon  street,  CanonmiUs 
Cant's  close,  108  High  street 
Carfrae's  entry,  112  Canongate 
Cargillfield,  Trinity 
Carlton  street,  St  Bernard's 
Carlton  TeiTace,  Regent  terrace 
Carnegie  street,  160  Pleasance 
Carrubber's  close,  135  High  street 
Carmbber's  court,  Carrubber's  cl. 
Cassell's  place,  foot  Leith  walk 
Oastlebank,  King's  stables 
'Vastle  bank,  Merchiston 
Castlebarns,  Port-Hopetoun 
Castlehill,  Lawnmarket  to  Castle 
Castle  terrace,  St  Cuthbert's  glebe 
Castle  street,  117  Princes,  street  to 

Queen  street 
Castle  wynd,  46  Grassmarket 
Catharine  bank,  Bonnington  road 
Catharine  street,  Leith  street 
Catholic  chapel  lane,  Broughton  st. 
Causeyside,  Summerhall 
Chalmers'  close,  81  High  street 


Chance  Lot,  Queensferry  road 
Chapel  court,  foot  Trunk  close 
Chapel  street,  west  Nicolson  street 
Cliapel  wynd,  51  West  port 
*Chapel  lane,  18  Quality  street 
Charles  street,  George  square 
Charlotte  square,  George  st,  west 
Chavlottest.,  south,  Princesst.west 
Charlotte  place,  Queensferry  st. 
■^''Charlotte  street,  foot  of  Kirkgate 
*Charlotte  lane,  58  Charlotte  st. 
Cherry  bank,  Bonnington  road 
Chessel's  court,  240  Canongate 
Cheyne  street,  Stockbridge 
Christian  bank.  Trinity  pier 
Christie's  entry,  75  St  Leonard  st. 
Church  hill,  Morningside 
Church  lane,  Heriot  row 
Church   street.   Spring   Gardens, 

India  place 
Circus  Royal,  foot  Howe  street 
Cii'cus  place,  east  Royal  circus 
Circus  place,  west  Royal  circus 
*Citadel,  so.  side  of  new  Wet  Dock 
"Citadel  st.,  Citadel  to  Couper  st. 
Claremont  st.,  east  Claremont  cres. 
Claremont  cres.,  Broughton  road 
Claremont  St.,  w.  Saxe-Coburg  pi. 
Claremont  place,  Clarence  street 
Clarence  street,  Brunswick  street 
Clarendon  crescent.  Dean  bridge 
*Claremont  cottage,  Claremont  pk. 
^Claremont  park,  e.side  Leith  links 
Clarkeville,  Grange  road 
Clearburn,  by  Prestonfield 
Clerk  street,  St  Patrick  square 
Clerk's  mUls,  CanonmiUs 
Clermistone  house,  Corstorphine 
Clifton  lodge,  Boswell  rd..  Trinity 
Clifton  Bank,  Grange  Road 
Clyde  street,  north  St  Andrew  st. 
*Coalhill,  Tolbooth  wynd,  to  She- 
riff brae 
Coates  place,  west  of  Manor  place 
Coates,  east,  Melville  street 
Coates,  south,  by  Maitland  street 
Coates,  west,  by  Maitland  street 
Coates  crescent,  by  Shandwick  pi. 
Coates  hall,  west  Maitland  street 
*Coatfield  lane,  14  Kirkgate 
*Coburg  st.,&c.,  n.  end  Bridge  st. 
Clock  Mill,  King's  park 
Cockburn  Ibank,  Bonnington  place 
College,  South  Bridge 
College  street,  north,  Adam  sq. 
College  street,  south,  Nicolson  st. 
College  street,  west,  from  Horse 

wynd  to  Potterrow 
College  wynd,  north  College  street 

and  205  Cowgate 
Coltbridge,  Corstorphine  road 
Coltbridge  road,  Whitehouse  toll 
Comely  gardens.  Abbey  hill 
Comely  bank,  Stockbridge 
Comely  green,  Norton  place,  east 
Commercial  bank  el.,  142  High  st. 
Commercial  court,  247  Cowgate 
^Commercial    place,    north    end 

Sandport  street 
'■'Constitution  court,  33  Constitu- 
tion street 
■^Constitution  street,  Bernard  st. 
Conn's  close,  162  Cowgate 
Cooper's  entry,  130  Canongate 
Corunna  place,  Bonnington  road 
Coull's  close,  315  Canongate 


■*(;ouper  street,  Coburg  street 
Cowan's  close,  43  Crosscausey 
Cowan's  close,  95  Cowgate 
Cowan's  close,  28  Tolbooth  wynd 
Cowgate,  Grassm.  to  St  Mary's  w. 
Cowie's  close,  107  Grassmarket 
Covenant  close,  162  High  .street 
Craig's  close,  265  High  street 
Craigend,  north  back  of  Canongate 
Craighouse,  Boroughmuirhead 
Craigie  terrace,  Dalkeith  road 
Craigentinny  house,  Restalrig 
Craigleith  cottage.  Comely  bank 
Craigleith  quarry,  Comely  bank 
Craigside  place,  foot  of  Salisbury  st. 
Craigside,  foot  of  Salisbury  street 
Crawford's  close,  8  Grassmarket 
^Crawley  court,  112  Kirkgate 
*Cromwell  street,  Coburg  street 
Crichton  street,  George  square 
Croft-an-righ,  Abbey  hill 
Crooked-dykes,  62  east  Crosscausey 
Crosscausey,  Chapel  street 
Cro^wn  street,  foot  of  Leith  walk 
Cumberland  street,  Duncan  street 

to  St  Vincent  street 
Cumming's  close,  52  Canongate 
Currie's  close,  94  Grassmarket 
Currie's  court,  82  Abbey  hill 

Dalkeith  road,  St  Leonard  street 
Dairy  lane.  Hay  weights 
Dairy  mills,  by  Coltbridge 
Dalrymple  place,  Carnegie  street 
Danube  street,  St  Bernard's 
■"'Darling's  brae,  24   Giles'  street 

and  28  Yardheads 
Darlings'  buildings,  Saunders'  st. 
Darnaway  street,  Heriot  row,  west 
Darnley  villa,  Canaan  lane 
Davie  street,  w.  Richmond  street 
Dean,  by  Water  of  Leith 
Dean-bank,  Saxe-Coburg  place 
Deanbank  house,  Saxe-Coburg  pi. 
Dean  park,  by  Bell's  mills 
Dean  street,  Stockbridge 
Dean  terrace,  Stockbridge' 
Dean  lodge,  Saxe-Coburg  place 
Deanhaugh  street,  Stockbridge 
Denholm  Green,  Trinity 
Deuchar  street,  Morningside 
Dewar  close,  100  West  bow 
Dewar  close,  102  Grassmarket 
Dewar  place,  Tobago  street 
Dick's  place.  Grange 
Dick's  close,  195  Cowgate 
Dickson's  close,  222  Cowgate  and 

118  High  street 
■^Dock  gates,  east  end  Wet  Docks 
*Dock  street,  north  end  Bridge  st. 
^Dock  place.  Commercial  place 
Douglas  court,  Leith  wynd 
Douglas  lodge,  Merchiston  Park 
Douue  Terrace,  Gloucester  place 
Downie  place,  Port-Hopetoun 
Drum,  Easter  road 
Drumdryan,  Lochrin 
Drumdryan  lane,  Lochrin 
Drummond  place,  foot  Dublin  st. 
Drummond  street,  south  Bridge  to 

Pleasance 
Drummond  court,  6  Drummond  st. 
Drumsheugh,  MeWlle  place 
Dublin  street,  foot  of  Duke  street 
Duke  street,  York  place 
*Duke  street^  foot  of  Leith  walk 


XXX 


LIST  OP  STREETS,  ETC.,  IN  EDINBUllGH  AND  LEITH. 


Dumbie-dykes,  s.  back  Canongate 
Dunbar  street,  Earl  Grey  street 
Dunbar's  close,  413  Lawumarket 
Dunbar's  close,  137  Canongate 
Duncan  street,  Newiugton 
Duncan  street,  Drummond  place 
Duncan's  close,  35  Canongate 
Duncan  house,  Newington 
*Duncau's  place.  Links 
Dundas  street,  Abercrombie  place 
Dunlop's  court,  36  Grassmarket 
Dunlop's  close,  45  Grassmarket 

*Eastfield,  SeafielJ  baths 

Easter  road,  Norton  place  to  Leith 

links 
Earl  Grey  street,  Home  street 
Echo  bank,  Grayfield  toll 
Eden,  Morningside 
EdgehiU,  Dean  park 
Edmonstine  close,  112  West  bow 
Egypt,  Morningside 
*Elbe  Street,  north  end  of  links 
Elder  Street,  James'  square 
Elizafiold,  Bennington 
*Ellen    street,   Albany  street   to 

London  row 
Elm  row,  Leopold  place 
Elphinstone  court,  south  Gray's  cl. 
Emiston,  Bosewell  road 
Erskine  pi.,  Maitland  st.,  east  end 
Esplin's  close,  39  Grassmarket 
Eton  terrace,  Dean  bridge 
Exchange,  Royal,  291  High  street 
E\Te  place,  Brandon  street 

Factory  close,  33  Crosscausey 
Fairnington  place,  Stockbridge 
Falcon  hall,  Morningside 
Farquhai-son  place,west  Preston  st. 
Perry  road,  east  and  west  of  In- 

ver leith  row 
Fettes  row.  Royal  crescent 
Fife  place,  Leith  walk 
Fillyside,  Leith 
Fingal  place.  Meadows 
Finlayson's  close,  164  Canongate 
Fisher's  close,  312  Lawnmarket 
Fisher's  entry,  131  Cowgate 
Fishmarket,  Canal  street 
*Fishmarket,  Riddle's  close 
*Fleshmarket,  48  Tolbooth  wynd 
Fleshmarket,  Fleslimarket  close 
Fleshmarket  close,  199  High  st. 
Forbes  place,  Beaumont  place 
Forres  street,  Albyn  place 
Forester's  Wynd,  98  Cowgate 
Forrest  road,  Bristo  port 
Forsyth's  close,  57  Canongate 
*Fort  street,  north  toll-bar,  Hill- 

housefield 
*Fort  street,  south,  Queensferry 

road 
Forth  street,  Broughton  street 
Forthfield  cottage,  Trinity 
Foulis'  close,  north,  229  High  st. 
Fountain  close,  28  High  street 
Fountainbridge,  Mainpoint 
Fountain  court,  81  Fountainbridge 
*Fox  lane,  Bath  street 
*Foxe's  lane,  71  St  Andrew  street 

and  63  Tolbooth 
Francis  place,  west  Preston  street 
Frederic  street,  89  Princes  street 

to  Queen  street 
*Frithtield,  near  the  Baths 


FuUerton's  close,  6  Abbey  hill 

Gabriel's  road,  w.  Register  street 
Galloway's  entry,  58  Canongate 
Galloway's  close,  425  High  street 
Gardner's  crescent,  Tobago  street 
Gayfield  square,  Leith  walk 
Gayfield  street,  east  Broughton 
Gayfield  place,  Gayfield  square 
Geddes's  close,  223  Canongate 
General's  entry,  58  Bristo  street 

and  77  PotteiTow 
Gentle's  close,  122  Canongate 
George  place,  Leith  walk 
George  square,  Charles  street 
George  street,  St  Andrew  square 

to  Charlotte  square 
*George  street,  west  from  the  Fort 
Georgefield,  Triuitj- 
George  IV.  bridge,  Melbourne  pi. 
Gibb  s  close,  250  Canongate 
Gibb's  entry,  104  Nicolson  street 
Gibraltar  house,  St  Leonard's  hill 
Gifford  park,  72  Hope  park  end 
Gilchrist's  lane,  Grecnside  row 
'^Giles'  street,  102  Kirkgate 
Gillespie's      Hospital,      Wright's 

houses  toll 
Gillespie  street,  Gilmour  place 
Gilmour  place,  Lochrin 
Gilmour  street,  Paul's  work 
Gilmour  street,  Simon  square 
Gilmour's  close,  99  Grassmarket     ! 
Gladstone  close,  20  Grassmarket     i 
*Glover  street,  middle  of  Duke  st. 
*  Golf-house,  Duke  street 
Glanville  pilace.  Baker's  pilace 
Glenfinlas  street,  Charlotte  square 
Glenorchy  place,  Greenside  row 
Gloucester  place,  India  street 
Golden  Acres,  Inverleith  row 
Gothic  house.  Trinity 
Gothic  villa,  foot  of  York  road 
Goshen,  Canaan 
Graham  street,  Lauriston 
Grange,  Tollfield,  Grange  toll 
Grange,  Causeyside 
Grange  bridge,  Boroughmuirhead 
Grange  court,  68  Causeyside 
Grange  loan,  Causeyside 
Grange  place,  Causeyside 
Grange  villa,  78  Causeyside 
Granton  pier,  Granton 
Grant's  close,  85  West  bow 
Grant's  close,  little,  5  Nether  bow 
Grassmarket,  West  bow  to  Vennel 
Grayfield  and  Grayfield  toll,  Dal- 
keith road 
Gray  street,  south,  upper  Gray  st. 
Gray  street,  upper,  Salisbury  pi. 
Gray's  court,  95  Nicolson  street 
Gray's  close,  north,  125  High  st. 
Gray's  close,  south,  56  High  street 

and  244  Cowgate 
Grecian  cottage.  Trinity 
Greenhill  bank,  Boroughmuirhead 
Greenhill,  Bruntsfield  links 
Greenhill  garden,  Bruntsfield  links 
Greenside  place,  Greenside  street 
Greenside  street,  Calton  street 
Greenside  lane,  Baxter's  place 
Greenside  row,  Nottingham  place 
Greenside  House,  Hillside  ores. 
Greig's  close,  8  Abbey 
Greyfriars'  pi.  GeorM  IV.  bridge 
Grindlav's  close,  97  West  bow 


Grove  street,  Morrison  street 
Grove  place.  Grove  street 
Grove  cottage,  Grove  street 
Grove  house,  116  Fountainbridge 
Grove  road.  Grove  street 
Gullan's  close,  264  Canongate 

Haddington  court,  south  back  of 

Canongate 
Haddington's  entry,  80  Canongate 
Haddington  place,  Annandale  st. 
Haddon's  court,  112  Nicolson  st. 
Hailes'  street,  Gilmour  pi.  ic.  ch. 
Halkerston's  ^vynd,  163  High  st. 
Hall's  court,  230  Cowgate 
*Ham})urg  place,  Albany  place 
Hamilton  place,  Mayfield  loau 
Hamilton  place.  High  riggs 
Hamilton  place,  Glanville  place 
Hamilton's  close,  little,  67  Grassm. 
Hamilton's  close,  61  Grassmarket 
Hamilton's  court,  1.33  Fountainb. 
Hamilton's  entry,  36  Bristo  street 
Hamilton's  Folly,  29  St  Leonard  st. 
Hammerman's  close,  55  Cowgate 
Hanover  street,  77  Princes  streit 

to  Queen  street 
Hard  well  close,  193  Pleasanca 
Hart     street.     Forth    street     to 

Broughton  place  ■ 
Hastie's  close,  north  College  street 

and  225  Cowgate 
Hatter's  court,  154  Pleasance 
Haugh  street,  Stockbridge 
'"Hawkfield,  Restalrig  road 
■"Hawkhill,  near  Lochend 
Hawthorn-bank,  by  Lynedoek  \<\. 
Hawthorn-ville,  Whalebrae 
Hay  Lodge,  Trinity 
Hay  Weights,  by  west  Maitland  .=!r. 
Hay's  court,  Mainpoint 
Hay's  street,  Nicolson  square 
Haymarket,  Dairy  lane 
Hebron  bank,  Canaan 
Helen  cottage  and  pi.,  Morningsidi' 
Helen  place,  Leith  mount 
Henderson's  row,  foot  Pitt  street 
Henry  place,  Henry  street 
Henry  street,  St  Leonard's 
Hercles  street,  foot  Carnegie  .'^t. 
Hermitage  place,  Stockbridge 
Hermitage,  Lochend  road 
Hermitage  (upper),  Restalrig  road 
^Hermitage  hill,  Restalrig  road 
*Hermitage  park,  Lochend  road 
■^Hermitage  place.  Links 
Heron's  court,  184  Cowgate 
Heriot  bridge,  Grassmarket 
Heriot  court,  Leith  walk 
Heriot  hill,  by  Canonmills 
Heriot's  hospital,  Lauristou 
Heriot  mount,  Carnegie  street 
Heriot  place,  Lauriston 
Heriot  cottage,  Brandon  street 
Heriot  row,  Abercromby  place 
Heriot    buildings,    opposite    C'r- 

chardfield  place,  Leith  walk 
High  riggs,  Mainpoint  to  Tollcror-s 
High  street,  Castlehill  to  Nether- 

bow 
High  School  wynd,  387  Cowgate 
High  School  close,  387  Canongate 
High  School  yards.  Surgeon  square 
Hill  place,  Nicolson  street 
Hill  square.  Hill  place 
Hill  street.  Thistle  st.  to  Youug  st. 


LIST  OP  STREETS,  ETC.,  IN  EDINBURGH  AND  LEITH. 


XXXI 


Hillside  crescent,  great  London  rd. 
Hillhotisefield,  s.  Queensferry  road 
Hodge's  court,  Blackfriars'  wynd 
Holyrood  street,  Hercles  street 
Holyrood  liouse.  Abbey 
Holly  lodge,  Trinity 
Holyrood  street,  south  back  Canon- 
gate 
Home  street,  Leven  street 
Home's  close,  28i  Canongate 
Hope    street,    Princes    street    to 

Charlotte  square 
Hope  crescent,  Annandale  street 
Hope  street,  Cassels'  place 
Hope    street    terrace.    Junction 

street 
Hope's  court,  45  Higli  street 
Hope  park,  back  of  Meadows 
Hope  park  end,  Buccleucli  street 
Horse  wynd,  foot  of  Canongate 
Horse  wynd,  179  Cowgate  to  Col- 
lege street,  west 
*Horse  wynd,  73  Giles"  street 
Howard  place,  Warriston  crescent 
Mowe  street,  Heriot  row 
/Hume's  close,  101  Cowgate 
'  Hunter's  close,  129  Grassmarket 
Hunter  square.  South  Bridge  and 

High  street 
Huntly  street,  Canonmills 
Hyndford's  close,  50  High  street 

India  street,  west  Heriot  row 
India  place.  Circus  place 
*Industry  lane,  north  Fort  street 
Infirmary  street,  South  bridge 
Inglis  court,  17  West  port 
Ingliston  street,  Adam  street 
Innes's  court,  93  Pleasance 
Inverforth,  Laverock  bank,  Trinity 
Inverleithfield,  Queensferry  road 
Inverleith  house,  by  Stockbridge 
Inverleith  place,  head  of  Inver- 
leith row 
Inverleith  terrace,  Inverleith  row 
Ironside  court,  Monteith's  close 
Ironside  place,  69  Abbey  hill 
Ivy  lodge.  Trinity 

Jack's  closes,  225  and  233  Canong. 
Jackson's  close,  209  High  street 
Jamaica  street,  Howe  street 
^Jamaica  street,  Ferry  road 
James'  court,  501  Lawnmarket 
*James  lane,  Bath  street 
•^James'  place,  south    end    Bath 

street 
Jamieson's  close,  63  Grassmarket 
*Janefield  place,  Easter  road 
Jessfield,  Bonningtou  road 
Jew's  close,  44  Causeyside 
Jock's  lodge,  Musselburgh  road 
John's  place,  19  St  Leonard  street 
*John's  lane,  Charlotte  street 
*John's  place,  west  side  Links 
Johnston's  close,  332  Lawnmarket 
Johnstone's  place,  Raeburn  place 
*Johnstone's  street,  Coburg  street 
Jollie's  close,  595  Castlehill 
Jordan  place,  Momingside 
Jordan  bank,  Momingside 
*Junction    street.    Great,    south, 

Kirkgate 

Kay's  court,  76  Crosscausey 
Keu"  street,  Graham  street 


*Kemp's  close,  15  Giles'  street 
Kerr  street,  Glanville  place 
Killiebrae,  26  West  port 
Kincaid's  court,  159  Cov,-gate 
King  street,  Little,  James'  street 
King    street.   Great,    Drummond 

place  to  Royal  circus 
*King's  street,  Yardlieads 
King's  park.  Abbey 
King's  place,  Leith  walk 
King's  stables,  south  back  of  Castle 
Kinloch's  close,  149  High  street 
Kinloeh's  close,  259  Canongate 
Kinniburgh's  close,  15  Grassm. 
Kirkbraehead     house,     west     of 

Princes  street 
*Kirkgate,  Leith  walk  to  Tolbooth 

wynd 
Kitchin's  court,  176  Cowgate 
Kyle  place,  Norton  place 

Lady  Lawson's  wynd,  Lauristou 
Ladyfield  place,  Tobago  street 
Lady  Stair's  close,  447  Lawnmark. 
Lady  wynd,  25  West  port 
Lamb's  close,  84  Crosscausey 
Lamond's  close,  23  Grassmarket 
*Lapicide  place,  back  of  Leith  Fort 
Larchfield  villa,  Easter  road 
Larkfield,  Queensferry  road 
Laverock  bank,  Trinity 
Lauder  park,  58  Causeyside 
Lauristou,  Teviot  row  to  ToUcross 
Lauriston  terrace,  Lauriston  lane 
Lauristou  lane,  Lauriston 
Lauriston  place,  Lauriston 
Lauriston    street,     Lauriston    to 

Mainpoint 
Lawnmarket,  381  High  street  to 

Castlehill 
Law's  court,  127  Nicolson  street 
*Lawrie's  close,  11  Yardheads 
*Laurie    street,    53    Constitution 

street 
Leather  court,  Boyd's  entry 
Leggat's  land,  Stockbridge 
*Leith  fort  road,  Leith  to  New- 
haven 
*Leith  saw  mills,  west  of  Sheriflf- 

brae 
Leith  street,   Waterloo  place    to 

Calton  street 
Leith  street  terrace.  East  Register 

street 
Leith  Walk,  Elm  row  to  Leith 
Leith  wynd,  head  of  Canongate 
Leith  mount,  Queensferry  road 
Leopold  place.  Great  London  road 
Leslie  place,  Deanhaugh  street 
Leven  street,  Lochrln 
Lilliput,  Trinity 

Lindsay  place,  George  IV.  bi-idge 
*Links,  east  side  of  Leith 
*Links  place,  south-west  corner  of 

Links 
Livingston's  close,  18  Crosscausey 
Lixmount,  Trinity 
*Little  Carron,  Glassworks 
Lochend  farm,  near  Restalrig 
Locbend's  closes,  107  and  115  Ca- 
nongate 
Lochrin,  Home  street 
Logan's  close,  287  Canongate 
Logan's  court,  83  north  back  of 

Canongate 
Logie-green,  CanoamilLs 


London  road.  Great,  head  of  Leith 

walk 
*Londcn  row,  Albany  street 
London  street,  Drummond  place 
Long  close,  26  Pleasance 
Lord  Russel  place.  East  Scicnnes 

street 
Lothian    road.   Princes  street  to 

Port-Hopetoun 
Lothian  street,  College  street 
Lovers'  lane,  Leith  walk 
Lutton  place,  south  Clerk  street 
Lynedoch  place,  Melville  place 
Lyon's  close,  215  High  street 

M'Connochie's  close,  44  Cowgate 
M'Dowal  street,  foot  of  Leith  wy. 
M'Kenzie  place,  west  India  place 
M'Laren  place,  Leith  wynd 
Macneil's  place,  Leith  walk 
*Madeira  place,  Madeira  street 
*Madeira     street,    west    end    of 

Prince  Regent  street 
Magdalene  Asylum,  181  Canongate 
Mainpoint,  head  of  west  port 
Maitland  street,  west  end  of  Princes 

street 
Maitland  street,  west  from  Atholl 

place  to  Haymarket 
Maitland  street,  Newhaven 
Maitland  place,  Newhaven 
Malloch's  close,  73  Canongate 
Malta  green,  St  Bernard's  row 
Malta  terrace,  St  Bernard's  row 
Manor  pi. ,  west  of  Goates  crescent 
Mansfield  place,  London  street 
Mansion  house  road.  Grange 
Manual's  court,  Crosscausey 
Marine  villa,  Leith  links 
Marionville,  Restalrig  road 
Market    street,    Fleshmarket    to 

Mound 
Market  street,  Low,  above  Green 

market 
Market  place,  Brunswick  street 
Mary  King's  close,  foot  of  Allan's 

close 
Marshall's  close,  3  Grassmarket 
Mary's  place,  Raeburn  place 
Mary  cottage.  Trinity 
Maryfield,  Easter  road 
Mayfield,  Trinity 
Mayfield  loan,  Dalkeith  road 
Meadowbank,  Parson's  green 
Meadow  lodge.  Meadows 
Meadow  pi.,  so.  side  of  Meadows 
Megget's  court,  54  Abbey  hill 
Meggetland,  Boroughmuirhead 
Melbourne  place,  La^^Timarket 
Melville  place,  opposite  Charlotte 

place 
Melville  crescent,  Melville  street 
Melville  street,  Charlotte  place  to 

Manor  place 
Merchant  street,  Candlemaker  row 
Merchiston  house,  Fountainbridge 
Merchiston    lodge,  Boroughmuir- 
head 
Merchiston  bank,  Boroughmuirh. 
Merchiston  park,  Boroughmuirh. 
Merchiston  castle,  Boroughmuirh. 
Merchant  maiden   hospital,  Lau- 
riston lane 
*Merilees'  close,  33  Yardheads 
*Meetinghouse  green,  56  Giles'  st. 
Mtuse  lane,  south  St  Andrew  st. 


XXXII 


LIST  OF  STREETS,  ETC.,  IN  EDINBURGH  AND  LEITII. 


*Meuse  lane,  25  Constitution  street 
Middleby  street,  Newington 
Middlefield,  George's  place 
Middleton's  entry,  32  Eristo  st. 
Miller's  close,  171  Canongate 
Mill  bank,  Canaan 
Millbui-n,  Morningside 
Miln's  close,  212  Canongate 
Miln's  court,  517  Lawnmarket 
Milu's  square,  173  High  street 
Mino  park,  St  Leonard  street 
Mint,  bottom  of  so.  Gray's  close      I 
Minto  sti-eet,  Newington  | 

*Mitcliell  street,  120  Constitution  i 

street 
Model  buildings,  Piliig  street 
Moffat's  close,  29  Netiierbow  j 

Monro  place,  Jock's  lodge  I 

Montagu  street,  Clerk  street 
Montpellier,  Bruntsfield  place 
Monteith's  close,  61  High  street 
Montgomery  street.  Elm  row 
Moray  place,  west  Heriot  row 
Moray  street,  Pilrig  street 
'*Morayfield,  opposite  Hawkfield 
Morden,  Spring  garden,  Abbey 
Morrison's  close,  117  High  street 
Morrison  street,  Tobago  street 
Moriison  place,  Jock's  lodge 
Morningside,  Borouglimuirhead 
Morocco  close,  275  Canongate 
'■'Morton  street,  Duke  street 
*Morton  entry,  24  Kirkgate 
Morton,  Boroughmuirhead 
Mound,  Princes  st.  to  Bank  street  | 
Mound  place,  head  of  Mound 
Mount  Pleasant,  Morningside 
Munro's  close,  119  Canongate 
Murdoch's  close,  70  High  street      I 
Murray  street,  52  east  Crosscausey  I 
Murray's  close,  177  Pleasance         ] 
Murrayfield,  Coltbridge  I 

Myreside,  Boroughmuirhead  ' 

Nelson    street  and   place,   Aber- ! 

cromby  place 
Netherbow,  head  of  Canongate 
New  High  School,  Regent  terrace 
New  lane,  Annfield,  Newhaven 
New  bank.  Trinity 
New  street,  Canongate 
NewLngton  house,  Blacket  place 
Newington,  Liberton  road 
Newport  street,  Castlebams 
Nieolson  square,  Nicolson  street 
Nicolson  street,  CoUege  street  to 

St  Patrick  square 
Niddry  street,  High  street  to  Cow- 
gate 
Niddry  street,  south,  253  Cowgate 
Northfield,  Bennington  road 
North  bridge,  High  st.  to  Piinces 

street 
Northumberland    street,    Nelson 

street  to  Howe  street 
Northumberland  place,  east  Nor- 
thumberland street 
Norton  place,  east  end  of  Regent 

road 
Nottingham  place,  Calton  street 

Oakfield  court,  108  Pleasance 

Oakleigh  villa,  Wardie 

Old    Assembly   close,    170    High 

street  and  158  Cowgate 
*^01d  Chiuxh  wf.,  Sandport  street 


Old  Fishmarket  close,  19G   High 

street  and  144  Cowgate 
Old  Fleshmarket  close,  333  Canon- 

*u1d  Fleshmarket,  75  St  Andrew 

Old  Gibbet  toll,  Dalkeith  road 
Old  Mealmarket,  122  Cowgate 
Old  Playhouse  close,  196  Canong. 
Old  Post-office  close,  253  High  st. 
Old  Stamp-Office  close,  221  High 

street 
*Okl    Sugar-house    close,    84    St 

Andrew  street 
Orchardfield,  Leith  walk 
Orchardfield  street,  Mainpoint 
Orchardfield  place,  Tobago  street 
Orphan's  iiospital.  Dean 
Osborne  Cottage,  Ferry  road,  W. 

J.  Row 
Osburn  Cottage,  Trinity 
Oxford  terrace.  Dean  bridge 

Palmer's  buildings,  17  west  Nicol- 
son street 
Panmure's  close,  129  Canongate 
Panmure  house,  129  Canongate 
Park  place.  Park  street 
Park  street,  Bristo  street 
Parkside  street,  St  Leonard's 
Parliament  sq.,  St  Giles'  church 
Parson's  green,  road  to  Piershill 
Paterson's  close,  441  Lawnmarket 
Paterson's  court,  Old  Broughton 
Paterson's  close,  108  Pleasance 
'"■Pattison  street,  31  Elbe  street 
Patriot-hall,       Hamilton     place,  j 

Stockbridge 
Paul  street,  Simon  square 
I  Paul's  work,  foot  of  Leith  wynd 
j  Peter's  close,  187  Cowgate 
I  Perth  street,  Henderson  row 
Physic  gardens,  below  N.  bridge 
Picavdy  place,  York  place 
!  PiershiU.  barracks,  Jock's  lodge 
■**Pillans'  place,  north  to  Seafield 

baths 
I  Pilrig  place,  Pilrig  street 
j  Pilrig  street,  Leith  walk 
Pipe's  close,  619  Castlehill 
I  Pu'niefield,  Leith  walk 
I  Pii-rie's  close,  246  Canongate 
1  Pitt  street,  Dundas  street  to  toll 
I  -'Pitt  street,  HUlhousefield 
Plainstones  close,  78  Grassmarket 
I  Plainstone  close,  232  Canongate 
I  Playhouse  close,  200  Canongate 
I  Pleasance,  St  Mary's  wynd  to  St 
I      Leonard's 
;  Plowlands,  Morningside 
j  Pollock's  close,  28  Cowgate 
I  Ponton  street,  Fountainbridge 
!  *Poplar  lane,  north  side.  Links 
■  Port-Hamilton,  Canal  basin 
j  Port-Hopetoun,  south-east  of  Lo- 
i     thian  road 
i  Portland  place,  Lauriston 
^Portland    place,    Prince   Regent 

street 
*Portland  terrace,  Portland  place 
Potterrow,  west  College  street 
Powburn,  near  Grange  toll 
Powderhall,  Bonnington  road 
Preston  street,   Causeyside  to  St 

Leonard  street 
Prestonfield,  near  Graytield  toll 


Primrose  bank.  Trinity 
•Primrose    street,    west    end    of 

Lochend 
■'Prince  Regent  street,  west  end  of 

Couper  street 
Piliaces  street,  Waterloo  place  to 

Hope  street 
*Prospect  bank,  Restalrig  road 

*  Quality  court,  25  Constitution  st. 
*Qnality  street,  Charlotte  street 

*  Quality  lane,  15  Quality  street 
Quarry  closes,  18,  26  Crosscausey 
(,iuarry  holes,  Easter  ro.  to  Leith 
Queen  street,  York  place 
*Queen  street,  69  Shore 
Queen's  place,  Nottingham  place 
Queen's  place,  foot  of  Leith  w?lk 
Queensferry  street,   west   end  of 

Princes  street 

Queensferry  road,  fiom  Bonning- 
ton road  to  Windlestrawlee 

^Queensferry  road,  Couper  street 
to  Bonnington 

Rae's  close,  281  Canongate 
Kaeburn  place,  Stockbridge 
Raimesfield,  Ferry  road,  E.J.  Row 
Ramsay  gardens,  Castlehill 
Ramsay  lane,  Castlehill 
Ramsay  close,  41  Canong.ate 
Ramsay  jilace,  Bonnington  road 
Randolph  crescent.  Great  Stuarc 

street 
Randolph  cliff,  Randolph  crescent 
Rankeillor  street.  Clerk  street 
Rankeillor  place,  St  Leonard  st. 
Ratcliffe  place.  Grange  toll 
RatclifFe  terrace,  Causeyside 
Rattray's  close,  11 5  Cowgate 
Redbraes,  Broughton  road 
'Redhall,  Bonnington 
Regent  Bridge,  Waterloo  place 
Regent  road,  Calton  hiU 
Regent  arch.  Low  calton 
Regent  terrace.  Regent  road 
■^Regent  street,  west  end  of  Couper 

street 
Register  place,  west  Register  st. 
Register  street,  east,  Leith  street 

to  James'  square 
Register  street,  west.  Princes  st. 

to  St  Andrew  square 
Register  house,  east  end  of  Princes 

street 
Reid's  close,  80  Canongate 
Reid's  court,  95  Canongate 
Reikie's  court,  65  NicoTson  street 
Restalrig,  by  Piershill  barracks 
Richmond  cottage,  Wardie 
Richmond  cottage,  W.  J.  Row 
Richmond  lodge.  Trinity 
Richmond  lodge,  York  road 
Richmond  viUa,  Ferry  road.  W.  J. 

Row 
Richmond  villa,  Wardie 
Richmond  street,  east,  south  Rich- 
mond street  to  Salisbury  street 
Richmond  street,  west,  Nicolson 

street  to  east  Richmond  street 
Richmond    street,    north,    Adam 

street  to  south  Richmond  street 
Richmond    street,     south,    north 
[      Richmond  street  to  Pleasance 
j  Richmond  lane,  Richmond  place 

to  north  Richmond  street 


LIST  OF  STREETS,  ETC.,  IN  EDINBURGH  AND  LEITH. 


XXXIII 


Richmond    courts    23    Richmond 

place 
Richmond  place,  Roxburgh  place 

to  West  Richmond  street 
Richmond  pend,  19  Richmond  pi. 
Riddle's  close,  322  Lawnmarket 
*Riddle's  close,  74  St  Andrew  st. 
Riddle's  entry,  35  New  street 
Riego  street,  Tollcross 
Rill  bank,  Hope  park 
Ritchie  place,  foot  Carnegie  street 
Robb's  court,  Castlebams 
Robb's  entry,  St  John's  hill 
Robertson's  close,  263  Cowgate 
Rockville  close,  388  Castlehill 
Romily  place,  Tobago  street 
Ronaldson's  build. ,  Smith's  place 
■*Ronaldson's  wharf.  Upper  draw- 
bridge 
Rosebank,  Broughton  road 
Rosebank,  Mayfield  loan 
Rosebank,  G-ardnor's  crescent 
Rose  court,  13  George  street 
Rose  cottage,  Trinity 
Rose  villa.  Trinity 
Rose  park,  Trinity 
Rosehall,  Dalkeith  road 
Rose  street.  South  St  David  street 

to  south  Charlotte  street 
Rosemount  house,  Morrison  street 
Rosemount,  Tobago  street 
^"'Rosemount,  Hermitage  hill 
Roxburgh  place,  Drummond  st. 
Roxburgh  street,  Drummond  st. 
Roxburgh  ter.  e.  Drummond  st. 
Roxburgh's  close,  341  High  street 
Rowley's  close,  38  Abbey  hill 
Royal  crescent,  Pettes  row 
Royal  Exchange,  2h1  High  street 
Royal  terrace,  Blenheim  place  to 

Carlton  place 
Roy's  court,  82  Hope-park-end 
Rutland  st.,  west  end  Princes  st. 
Rutland  place,  Lothian  road 
Rutland  square,  Rutland  street  • 

St  Andrew  square,  east  end  George 

street 
St  Andrew  street,  north,  St  And- 
rew square 
St  Andrew  street,  south,  Princes 

street 
*St  Andi-ew  street,  131  Kirkgate 
St  Andrew's  lane,  north  St  Andrew 

street 
St  Ann's  yards,  Holyrood  palace 
St  Anthony  place,  Port-Hopetoun 
*St  Anthony  street,  91  Kirkgate 
*St  Anthony  court,  St  Anthony 

street 
*St  Anthony  lane,  St  Anthony  st. 
St  Bernard's  crescent,  Stockbridge 
St  Bernard's  place,  Saunders  st. 
St  Bernard's  row,  Johnston  place 
*St  Bernard's  street.  Shore 
St  Catherine's  villa,  Grange  road 
St  Colme  street,  Albyn  place 
St  Cuthbert's  entry,  167  Westport 
St  Cuthbert's  st.,  west  Maitland  st. 
St  David  street,  so..  Princes  st. 
St  David  street,  north.  Queen  st. 
St  Giles'  villa.  Grange  road 
St  James'  square,  east  Register  st. 
St  James'  street,  St  James'  square 
St  James'  pi.  north  St  James'  st. 
*St  J  ames'  place,  Links 


St  John's  close,  188  Canongate 

St  John's  hill,  Pleasance 

*St  John's  lane,  40  Charlotte  st. 

St  John's  street,  Canongate 

St  Leonard  .street  and  hill,  head  of 

Pleasance 
St  Leonard's  cot.,  St  Leonard  lane 
St  Leonard  lane,  St  Leonard  street 
St  Margaret's  station,  Jock's  lodge 
St  Mark's  place,  Bennington 
St  Mary's  wynd,  head  of  Canong. 
*St  Ninian's  la.,  back  Old  Church 
St  Patrick  square,  St  Patrick  st. 
St  Patrick  street,  Nicolson  street 
St  Roque,  Canaan 
St  Stephen  street,  Clarence  street 
St  Vincent  street,  foot  of  Howe  st. 
^Salamander  st..  Little  Carron 
Salisbury  green,  Dalkeith  road 
Salisbury  place,  opposite  SaHsb.rd. 
Salisbury  road,  Arniston  place 
Salisbury  square,  foot  of  Brown  st. 
Salisbury  street,  Pleasance 
Salt  backet,  back  of  Leith  street 
Sandilands'  close,  71  High  street 
*Sandport  street.  Commercial  pi. 
Saunders'  Street,  Kerr  street 
Saxe-Coburg    place,    west  Clare- 

mont  street 
Sciennes,  Hope-park-end 
Sciennes  place,  from  Sciennes 
Scott's  close.  High  riggs 
Scott's  close,  123  Cowgate 
Scotland  street,  Drummond  place 
"'Sea  Cot.,  n.-e.  corner  Seafield 
-Seafield  baths,  Seafield 
''Seafield  house,  east  end  of  Links 
Seaforth  cottage.  Trinity 
*Seaside  house,  Eastfield 
*Seagrove,  Pirniefield 
Sea  Cliff  villa.  Trinity 
Seaton's  close,  365  Canongate 
Sellar's  close,  369  Lawnmarket 
Semple  street.  Canal  basin 
Semple's  close,  599  Castlehill 
Shakspeare  sq.,  back  of  Theatre 
Sii  and  wick  place,  w.,  e.  Princes  st. 
*Sheepliead  wynd,  67  Giles'  street 
Shepherd's  court,  Leith  wynd 
''Sheriff  brae,  Coalhill  to  King  st. 
Shoemakers'  close,  315  Canongate 
'•■'Shore,  Ferryboat  stairs  to  Upper 

drawbridge 
Shrub  hill,  Shrub  place 
Shrub  place,  Leith  walk 
Sibbald  place,  St  Patrick  square 
*Silverfield,  Bennington  road 
Silvermills,  Fettes  row 
Sime's  court,  Caltonhill 
Simon  square,  Gibb's  enti-y 
Simpson's  court,  Potterrow 
Skinner's  close,  613  Castlehill 
Skinner's  close,  66  High  street 
Slater's  court,  140  Canongate 
*Smeaton*s  cl.,  20  St  Andrew  st. 
Smith's  place,  Leith  walk 
Smith's  close,  west,  121  Grassm. 
Smith's  close,  east,  125  Grassm. 
Society,  Brown's  square 
Society  close,  15  Nether  bow 
Somerset  house  and  cot.,  Mary  pi. 
South    bridge.    North    bridge   to 

Nicolson  street 
Southern  cemetery.  Grange  road 
Spence's  place,  Castlebarns 
*Spence's  place,  Bennington  road 


Spittal  street.  Bread  street 
Spring  gardens.  Abbey  hill 
Spring  gardens,  Church  street 
Springfield,  Leith  walk 
Springfield  villa,  Mansionhouse  rd. 
Stafford  street,  Shandwick  j>lace 
*Stanfield  lodge,  lionniugton  road 
Star  bank.  Trinity 
Stead's  place,  Leith  walk 
Stevenlaw's  close,  134  High  street 
Steel's  place,  Morningside 
Stevenson's  close,  153  West  piort 
Stewart's  close,  90  Canongate 
Stewart's  street,  Jock's  lodge 
Stewartfield,  Bennington  toll 
Stockbridge,  n.  w.  of  New  town 
Stouefield,  Canaan 
*Storie's  alley,  122  Kirkgate 
Strathie's  close,  86  Canongate 
Strichen's  close,  104  High  street 
Stuart  street.  Great,  Moray  place 

to  Randolph  crescent 
Stuartfield,  Jock's  lodge 

*  Sugarhouse  close,  Coburg  street 
'■"  Summerfield,  Restalrig  road 
Summerfield  house,  Restalrig  road 
Summerhall,  Hope-pai'k-end 
Summer  place,  Howard  place 
Sunbury  distillery,  Water  of  Leith 
Simnyside  villa.  Trinity 
Surgeon  square,  &c.,  foot  of  Infir- 
mary street 

*  Swanfield,  opposite  Silverfield 
Swan's  close,  31  Grassmarket 
Swinton  row.  Elder  street 
Sydneyfield,  Granton  road 
Sydney  place,  Canaan 

Sylvan  place.  Meadows 
Sylvanbank,   Mansionhouse  -  road. 
Grange 

Taufield  house,  Canonmills 
Tanner's  close,  123  West  ]Dort 
Tap  hall,  Qeensferry  road 
Tamiet  street,  Drumdryan 
Temple's  close,  145  Grassmarket 
Tennis  court,  86  Abbey  hill 
Terrace,  Leith  street 
Teviot  row,  Bristo  street 
Thistle  street,  north  St  David  st. 

to  Hill  street 
Thomas  street,  St  Cuthbert  street 
Thomson's  close,  40  Canongate 
Thomson's  court,  54  Grassmarket 
Thomson's  close,  13  Abbey  strand 
"  Thomson's  place,  Duke  street 
Thomybank,  Fountainbridge 

*  Timber  bush,  Bernard  street  to 
Shore 

Tipperlinn,  Boroughmuirhead 
Tobago  place,  Tobago  street 
Tobago  street,  Castlebarns 
Tod's  close,  587  Castlehill 
Toddrick's  wynd,  SO  High  street 
Tolbooth  wynd,  165  Canongate 
"Tolbooth  wynd,  upper  drawbr. 
Tollcross,  foot  of  Lauriston 
Torphichen  street,  av.  Maitland  st. 
'■'Tower  street.  Shore 
'■Trafalgar  lane,  Hillhousefield 
Trinity,  foot  of  Inverleith  row 
Trinity  crescent.  Chain  pier 
Trinity,  south-west  of  Newhaven 
Trunk  close,  55  High  street 
Tweeddale  court,  16  Nether  bov.- 
Union  place,  head  of  Leith  v.alk 


XXXIV 


LIST  OF  STREETS,  ETC.,  IN  EDINBURGH  ANiJ  LEITH. 


Union  street,  Union  place 

*  Union  street,  foot  of  Leith  walk. 
Valentine's  entry,  72  Canongate 
Valleyfiekl,  Wright's  houses 
■*Vanburgh  place,  so.-e.  side  Links  ; 
*Vaults,  25  St  Andrew  street  i 
Veitch  pi.  and  sq.,  Stockbridge 
Vennel,  Heriot  place  j 
Victoria  place,  foot  of  Carnegie  st. 
Victoria  street  and  terrace,   Mel- 
bourne place 

Viewbank,  Trinity 
Viewfield,  Trinity 
Viewforth,  Bruntsfield  links 
*Viewfortli  cottage,  Etstalrig  road 
View[jark,  Bruntsfield  links 
View  Ville  House,  Granton  roatl 
View   Ville   Cottage,    Ferry  road 

*  Vinegar  Close,  35  Giles'  street 
Walker  street,  Coates  crescent 
Wallace  plaoe,  Tobago  street 
Wallace's  close,  28  Causeyside 
War  drop's  court,  459  Lawnmarket 
Wardie  crescent,  Granton  road 
Wardie,  Queensferry  road 
WardieBumhouse,  Windlestra  wlee 
Wardie,  Granton 
Warrendcr's  park.  Links 
Warrender  lodge.  Meadows 
Warrender  crescent,  Howard  place 
Warriston  place,  Warriston  cres. 
Warriston.  east  Queensferry  road 
Warriston's  close,  323  High  street 
Watergate,  foot  cf  Canongate 


*Waterlane,  foot  of  Kirkgate 
*Water's  close,  64  Shore 
Water  of  Leith,  Dean 
Waterloo  place.  Princes  sti-eet  to 

Regent  road 
■'Waterloo  buildings,  Bernard  st. 
*Watson'8  place.  Primrose  street 
Watson's  hospital.  Meadows 
Watson's  (J.)  institution,  Dean 
Watson's  close,  122  Canongate 
Weaver's  close,  65  West  port 
Weir's  close,  208  Canongate 
*Weir's  close,  40  Kirkgate 
Well  close,  Leith  wynd 
Well  close,  86  West  port 
*Wellington  place.  Links 
Wellington  street,  Great,  Queens- 
ferry road 
Wellwood  lodge.  Bruntsfield  place 
Wemyss  place,  Albyn  place 
West   bow,    Castlehill    to  Gra.ss- 

market 
West  port,  Grassraarket  to  Main- 
point 
Wester  close,  177  West  port 
Westerhall,  Meadows 
Whale  brae,  Nowhaven 
Wharton  lane,  and  Wharton  place, 

Lauristou 
Whitebank,  Morniugside 
White  horse,  or  Boyd's  close,  274 

Canongate 
White's  court,  Warriston's  close 
Whitehouse,  Boroughmnirhead 


Whitefield  place  and  house,  foot  of 

Leith  walk 
Wight's  place,  95  Causeyside 
William  street,  Stafford  street  to 

Manor  place 
Williamfield,  Bonnington  road 
Willow  brae,  Jock's  lodge 
Willowgrove,  Lady  Lawson's  wynd 
Wilson's  court,  134  Canongate 
Windlestrawlee,  Queensferry  road 
Windmill  street,  George  square 
Windsor  street,  Leopold  |)lace 
Windsor  villa,  Coltbridge  road 
Woodbine  cottage.  Trinity 
Woodburn,  Canaan 
WoodviUe,  Canaan 
Wood's  court,  13  West  Kicol.MHi 

street 
World's-end  cluse,  10  Nethcrliow 
Wright's  houses.  Leven  street 
Wright's  close,  87  Cowgate 
Writer's  court,  315  High  stre'.t 

*Yardheads,  St  Anthony's  laiiv  to 

north  end  King  street 
York  buildings.  Trinity 

ork  Ian     "     '      ' 

street 


Iding: 
e, -fc 


York  lane,  York  place  to  Albany 


York  lodge,  York  road 

York    place,     Queen     street     to 

Picardy  place 
York  road.  Trinity 
Young    street,     north    Charl"tt'^ 

street 


XXXV 


INDEX  TO  PLACES  IN  THE  COUNTY  OF  EDINBURGH. 


Abercorn,  South  QueensfeiTy 
Abercom  Place,  Portobello 
Acornlodge,  Musselburgh 
Adam's  Row,  Dalkeith 
Addiston,  Hermiston 
Adelphi  Place,  Portobello 
Adiston,  Ratho 
Adniston,  Tranent 
Aikendean,  Fushiebridge 
Airfield,  Dalkeith 
Albert  Cottage,  Lasswade 
Alderston  Mains,  Mid-Calder 
Almondbank,  Cramond 
Almondhill,  Kirkliston 
Alnwickhill,  Liberton 
Aminondell,  Broxburn 
Amosendean,  Penicuiok 
Anceretlaw,  Penicuick 
Ancralaw,  ]?enicuick 
Annfield,  Tranent  and  Dalkeith 
Annsmill,  Penicuick 
Aimville,  Kirknewton 
Argyle  Villa,  Portobello. 
Ashley,  Ratho 
Auehineorth,  Penicuick 
Auehindinny,  Penicuick 
Auld  Cathie,  Kirkliston 

Baberton,  Currie 

Baberton  Mains,  Hermiston 

Back  o'  the  Rig,  Currie 

Backhill,  Musselburgh 

Backsidelee,  Liberton 

Baillyfield,  Portobello 

Balgreen,  Slateford 

Balleny,  Balemo 

Ballingall  Lodge,  Murraylield 

Bank,  Penicuick 

Bankfoot  House,  Prestonpans 

Bankhead,     Dalkeith,     Balemo, 
Uphall,  and  Tranent 

Bank    House,    Liberton,    Port'i- 
bello,  and  Prestonpans 

Bank  Mill,  Penicuick  and  Balerno 

Banks,  South  Queensferry 

Bankton,  Prestonpans 

Barbauchlaw,  Musselburgh 

Barley  Dean,  Lasswade 

Barnton,  Cramond 

Basket  Hall,  Musselburgh 

Bath  House,  Portobello 

Bavelaw  (East),  Balemo 

Beachside  House,  Musselburgh 

Beechwood,  Corstorphine 

Beeslurk,  Penicuick 

Beggar's  Bush,  Musselburgh 

Bellfield,  Musselburgh  and  Porto- 
bello 

Bellfield  House,  Dalkeith 

Bellham,  Ford 

BeUmount,  Corstorphine 

BeUslaw,  Dalkeith 

Bell's  Mill,  Winchburgh 

Bellsquarry,  Mid-Calder 

Bellwood,  Penicuick 

Bellybught,  Dalkeith 


Belstane,  Kirknewi.oii 

Bevelaw,  Balemo 

Bilston,  Roslin 

Bilston  Brae,  Loanhead 

Biuny,  Uphall 

i  Birchfield,  Currie 

Bird's  Mill,  Kirkliston 

j  Birsley,  Tranent 

!  Blackcoat,  Dalkeith 

Black-craigs,  Uphall 

i  Blackshill,  Kii-kliston 

Blackside,  Ford 

Blaircochran,  Penicuick 

Blawweary,  Currie 

BUnkbonny,  Currie,  Dalkeith, 
Musselburgh,  and  Blackball 

Bloom,  Livingston,  Mid-Calder 

Bloomy  Hall,  Musselburgh 

Blucher  Hall,  Musselburgh 

Boathouse,  Kirkliston 

Bog  HaU,  Roslin 

Boggs,  Tranent 

Boggs  Mill,  Slateford 

Bonaliy,  Colinton 

Bonnington,  Ratho 

Bonnyrigg.  Lasswade 

Bootland  Hill,  Kirknewton 

Bowbridge,  B.  Muirhead 

Bow  o'  Beer,  Kirknewton 

Braefoot,  Corstorphine 

Braehead,  Cramond 

Braehead  Mains,  Cramond 

Brae  Hill,  Kirkliston 

Braidwood,  Dalkeith 

Brewer  Bush,  Lasswade 

Briary  Cottage,  Ford 

Bridge-end,  Musselbiu'gh,  Peni- 
cuick, Dalkeith,  Liberton, 
and  Portobello 

Briggs,  Kirkliston 

Broadwood,  Penicuick 

Broadlaw,  tlphall 

Broadlea  Cottage,  Portobello 

Broadwood,  Penicuick 

Broadyetts,  Uphall 

Brokenbridge,  Liberton 

Brook,  Balemo 

Broomfield,  Blackball 

Broomliill,  Ford,  Lasswade,   Lib- 
erton, and  Penicuick 

Broomhouse,  Corstorphine  and 
Winchburgh 

Broom  Park,  Cramond 

Broomie-knowes,  Lasswade 

Broomrigg,  Tranent 

Broomj'-knowe,  Lasswade 

Brotchrig,  Lasswade 

Broxburn,  Uphall 

Brucefield,  Mid-Calder 

Brunstane  House,  Penicuick  and 
Portobello 

Brunstone  Cottage,  Musselburgh 

Brunstone  Mill,  Musselburgh 

Bryan's  Colliery,  Dalkeith 

Buckstane,  B.  Muirhead 

Burdiehonse,  Liberton 


Burghloe,  Loauhead 

Bumbrae,  Kirknewton 

Burnhall,  Kirkliston 

Burnhead,  Liberton  &  Lasswade 

Burnhouse,  Kirknewton  and  Por- 
tobello 

Burnside,  Kirkliston  and  Ford 

Burnwyude,  Ratho 

Burton  Cottage,  Portobello 

Bush,  Penicuick  &  Musselburgh 

Bush  (Easter),  Roslin  and  Milton 
Bridge 

Buteland,  Balerno 

Buteland  Hill,  Kirknewton 

Butlerfield,  Lasswade 

Buxley,  Tranent 

Buxton,  Colinton 

Byredoor  Park,  Kirknewton 

Byresloan,  Ford 

Caibney,  Musselburgh 
Caimtowers,  Liberton 
Cairns  Castle  Inn,  Kirknewton 
Cakemuk,  Ford 
Calderwood,  Lasswade 
Caldwells,  Ford 
Caledonia,  Colinton 
Callerstane,  Hermiston 
Cameron  Bank,  Liberton 
C^mpend,  Dalkeith 
Campie  House,  Musselburgh 
Capelaw,  Penicuick 
Car  berry,  Musselburgh 
Carlaverock,  Tranent 
Carlourie,  Kirkliston 
Carmelliill,  Kirkliston 
Caroline  Cottage,  Portobello 
Carrington,  Rose  well 
Carthall,  Gilmerton  and  Liberttm 
Castlelaw,  Penicuick 
Castlesteads,  Dalkeith 
Catharine  Cottage,  Portobello 
Catharine  Lodge,  Musselburgh 
Cauldcots,  Liberton 
Cauldshoulders,  Penicuick 
Chamber's  Cottage,  Musselburgh 
Causewayend,  Kirknewton 
Chesterhall,  Ford  and  Tranent 
Civility,  Ford 
Clay  barns,  Dalkeith 
Cleek-him-in,  Peniciiick 
Clermiston,  Corstorphine 
Clermiston,  North  Blackball 
Clifton,  Kirkliston 
Clifton  HaU,  Kirkliston  and  Ratho 
Clouthouses,  Tranent 
Coats,  Penicuick 
Coekbum,  Currie 
Cockenzie,  Prestonpans 
Cocklaw,  Currie 
Cockle  Mill,  Cramond 
Cock-me-laue,  Colinton 
CockmiiLr  Inn,  Penicuick 
Cockpen  Manse,  Lasswade 
Colinton  Mains  and  Mill,  Colint-on 
Comiston,  Colinton 


XXXVI 


LIST  OF  PLACES  IN  TJIE  COUNTY  OF  EDINBURGH. 


Contentibus,  Mid-Calder 
Corbiehill,  Cramond 
Cornbauk,  Peuicuick 
Corntowu,  Penicuick 
Corslet,  Currie 
Corston,  Kirknewton 
Corstorpbine     Hill    and    House, 

Corstorpbine 
Costerton,  Ford 
Cottage  Lane,  Muiselburgb 
Cousland,  Dalkeitk 
Cousland  Park,  Tranent 
Cowden,  Tranent  and  Dalkeith 
Cowpits,  Musselburgh 
Coxeydean,  Kirkiiuwtou 
Craigbrae,  Ku-klistou 
Craig  Crook,  Blackball 
Craigend,  Kirkliston 
Craigentarie,  Currie 
CraigbaU,  Musselburgh 
Craigie,  Kirkliston 
Craigie  Hall,  Cramond 
Craiglockhart,  Slateford 
Craigmillar,  Libertii'U 
Craigo'er,  Liberton 
Craigpark,  llatho 
Craigs,  Cramond  and  Libeiion 
Craigton,  Wincbburgh 
Cranston,  Ford 
Cresswell,  Peiiieuiok 
Crew,  Blackhall 
Crichton,  Ford 
Cricbtondean,  Ford 
Crofts,  Dalkeith 
Cromilands,  Kirkliston 
Crossgate  Hall,  Dalkeith 
Crossgreen,  Upball 
Crosshouse,  Traaeut  aud  Penicuick 
Cucking,  Penicuick 
Cultons,  Hermiscou 
Cummingfield,  Loanhead 
Curldubs,  Upball 
Currie  Hill,  Balerno 
Curriemuirend,  Colinton 
Cuttle,  Prestonpans 

Dalhousie  Castle,  Lasswade 

Dabnaboy,  Ratho 

Dalmeny,  South  Queensierry 

Dalmore  MUls,  Penicuick 

Dalrymple  Loan,  Musselburgh 

Dambrae,  Musselburgh 

Damhead,  Slateford  and  Loanhead 

Danderhall,  Dalkeith 

Darcy,  Dalkeith 

Davidson's  Mains.  Blackball 

Dean  Park,  Balerno 

Dechmont,  Upball 

Denshouses,  Penicuick 

Dewarton,  Ford 

Dodridge,  Ford 

Dolland's  Cottage,  Musselburgh 

Dolpbinston,  Tranent 

Dovecot,  Musselburgh 

Dove  Hill,  Upball 

Dowie's  Mill,  Cramond  Bridge 

Dreghorn,  Colinton 

Drum,  Liberton 

Drumfortb,  Upball 

Drummore,  Musselburgh 

Dmmpark,  Liberton 

Dryden,  Roslin 

Drydenbank,  Loanhead 

Drylaw,  Cramund 

Dubbead,  Kii'kDewton 

Duddingston,  Portobello 


Dumbi-ydon,  Slateford 

Duncliffe,  Murrayfield 

Duudas  Castle,  South  Queensferry 

Dunedin,  Murrayfield 

Dun  Esk,  Lasswade 

Duntervie,  'Wincbburgh 

East  Bakgour,  Upball 

East  Binny,  Upball 

East  Broadlaw,  U]^hall 

East  Bush,  Musselburgh 

Easter  Bush,  Ro.-liu  and  Peuicuick 

Easter  Mains,  Kirkliston  and  Up- 
ball 

Easter  Newton,  Kirkuewtou 

East  Camps,  Kirknewton 

East  Craigie,  Cramond 

Easter  Cowden,  Dalkeith 

East  Craigs,  Corstorpliine 

Eastfield,  Portobello,  Kirkliston, 
Musselburgh,  and  Penicuick 

East  Haugh,  Kirkne\rtou 

East  Houses,  Dalkeith 

East  Mains,  Upball  and  Trauent 

East  Mill,  Currie 

East  Villa,  Portobello 

East  Side,  Penicuick 

Ecclesmachan,  Upball 

Eckford  Cottage,  Lasswade 

Edgefield,  Loanhead 

Edgebead,  Ford  and  Liberton 

Edmonstone,  Dalkeith 

Eldin,  Lasswade 

Elginhaugh,  Dalkeith 

EUieston,  Kirkliston 

Elm  Row  and  Bank,  Lasswade 

Elmfield,  Dalkeith 

Elpbinston,  Tranent 

Engine  Cottage,  Loanhead 

Enterkins  Gate,  Colinton 

East  Bank,  Dalkeith  and  Mussel- 
burgh 

Eskdale  Cottage,  Lasswade 

Eskgrove,  Musselburgh  and  Lass- 
wade 

Esk  Hill,  Roslin  and  Musselburgh 

Esk  Mills,  Penicuick  and  Dalkeith 

Esk  (North),  Musselburgh 

Esk  Parkj  Musselburgh 

Esk  Side,  Musselbiu-gh 

Estherville,  Corstorpbine 

Fair  Afar,  Cramond 
Fairfield,  Dalkeith 
Fairfield  Cottage,  Portobello 
Faimeyhill,  Liberton 
Fairneyside,  Liberton 
Faimeyside  Lodge,  Creenend 
Faimyflat,  Slateford 
Fairnylaw,  Colinton 
Falhills,  Penicuick 
Falla,  Black  sbiels 
Fallside,  Tranent 
FamehoU,  Penicuick 
Felton-green,  Musselburgh 
FiUiside,  Leith 
Firbank,  Lasswade 
Firhill  Cottage,  Colinton 
Firth,  Roslin 
Fisherrow.  Musselburgh 
Fishers'  Tryst,  Peuicuick 
Fivehouses,  Liberton 
Five-stanks,  Upball 
Flowerfield,  Loanhead 
Fordel,  Ford 
Forkneuk,  Uphall 


Forresthall,  Slateford 
Forth  Cottage,  Fisherrow 
Foulstruther,  Tranent 
Fountainhall,  Tranent 
Four-mile-hill,  Corstoriihlne 
Foxball,  Kirkliston 
France  (Little),  Liberton 
Franktield,  Loanhead 
Freelands,  Ratho 
Friarton,  Penicuick 
Frith,  Roslin 
Fuffet,  Dalkeith  _ 
FuUerton,  Penicuick 
Fullfurd,  Milton  Bridge 

Gallowshall,  Dalkeith 
Gardner's  Hall,  Ford 
Gateside,  Kirkliston 
Gil:)raltar,  Dalkeith 
Gibson  Lodge,  Corstorpbine 
Gibnerton,  Liberton 
Gladsmuir,  Tranent 
Glebeside  House,  Dalkeith 
Glencorse,  Milton  Bridge 
Glendevon,  Kirkliston 
Glen  Esk,  Loanhead 
Glen  Kevock,  Loanhead 
Glen  Nurseries  and  Cottage,  Mus- 
selburgh 
Glenpark,  Currie 
Goatbrae,  Lasswade 
Gogar  (Upper),  Hermiston 
Gogar  (Nether)  Mains  and  House 

Corstorpbine 
Gogar  Mount,  Ratho 
Gogarston,  Ratho 
Golf-hall,  Corstorpbine 
Goodtrees,  Currie 
Gordon  Castle,  ^Musselbui-gh 
Gorebridge,  Fushiebridge 
Gorgie,  Slateford 
Gorton,  Lasswade 

Gortonlee,  Lasswade 

Goshen,  Musselburgh 

Goukshill,  Dalkeith 

Gourlaw,  Lasswade 

Gowaxdiill,  Currie 

Gracemount,  Liberton 

Gray  Brae,  Penicuick 

Gray's  MHl,  Slateford 

Greenbank,  Lassv.^ade 

Greenbum,  Kirknewton 

Green  Cottage,  Musselburgh 

Greendykes,  Tranent  and  Uphall 

Greenend,  Liberton 

Greenfield  Lodge,  Lasswade 

Green  HaU,  Musselburgh 

Greenhead,  Tranent 

Greenlaw,  Penicuick 

Greenpark,  Liberton 

Greigs'  HaU,  Liberton 

Greybrae,  Penicuick 

Greykuowe,  Penicuick 

Grottle,  Cramond 

Grove  End,  Lasswade 

Gutters,  Currie 

Habershaw,  Penicuick 
Haggs,  Ratho 
Hailes,  Slateford 
Halkerston  Cottage,  Inveresk 
Hall  of  Broxburn,  UphaU 
Hallcross  House,  Musselburgh 
Halls,  Penicuick 
Hallj'ards,  Kirkliston 
Hamilton  Lodge,  Portobello 


LIST  OF  PLACES  IN  THE  COUNTY  OP  EDINBUIIGIL 


XXXVII 


Hangingside,  Uphall 

Kevock,  Lasswade 

Longford,  West  Calder 

Hanley,  Corstorphine 

Kilburn,  Penicuick 

Longlaw,  Dalkeith 

Hardeugreen,  Dalkeith 

Killrigg,  Loanhead 

Long  Niddrie,  Tranent 

Harelaw,  Tranent 

Kilpunt,  Kirkliston 

Loug.stone,  Slateford 

Harmony  House,  Balerno 

Kinellan,  Murrayfield 

Longthorne,  Dalktitli 

Harpersbrae,  Penieaick 

Kings,  Kirkliston 

Look-about-ye,  Kirkliston 

Harviston,  Fushiebridge 

King's  Knowes,  Slateford 

Loretto,  Musselburgh 

Hatton,  Kirknewton 

King's  Law,  Tranent 

Lothian  Burn,  Loanhead 

Hatton  Mains,  Eatho 

Kingside,  Penicuick 

Loughfaugh,  Ford 

Haugli  (Newlistou),  Kirkliston 

Kingston  Grange,  Liberton 

Loupilees,  Kirkliston 

Haugh-liead,  Ford,  Balemo,  and 

Kinleith  and  K.  Mill,  Currie 

Ludgate  Lodge,  Ratho 

Kirknewton 

Kippielaw,  Penicuick 

Luilen  Houses,  Penicuick 

Hawthorn  Brae,  Duddingston 

Kirkbrae,  Liberton 

Lugton,  Dalkeith 

Hawtliorn  Cottage,  Slateford 

Kirkettle,  Roslin 

Luisfield,  Duddingston 

Hawtliornden,  Lasswade 

Kirkhill,  Penicuick  and  Uphall 

Lyden,  Kirknewton 

Hay's  Craigs,  Uphall 

Kirkhill  Cottage,  Uphall 

Lymphoy,  Currie 

Hazelbank,  Mnrra^iiold 

Kirkland,  Penicuick 

Heddlefaulds,  Kirkliston 

Kirkland  Lodge,  Hermiston 

Magazine,  Ford 

Herekies  Loan,  Musselburgh 

Kirkpark,  Musselburgh 

Magdalen  Foundry,  Musselburgh 

Hillend,  Uphall  and  Kirknewton 

Kirkton,  Penicuick 

Magdalen  Lodge,  Musselburgh 

Billhead,  Musselburgh  and  Lass- 

Kirkton  Lodge,  Mun-ayiield 

Maitland  Brae,  Bridge,  and  Bower, 

wade 

Kittlepurse,  Penicuick 

Musselburgh 

Hillhouse,  Kirknewton 

Knightridge,  Uphall 

Makemerry,  Tranent 

Hillside,  Lasswade 

Malcolmston,  Currie 

Hilltown,  Dalkeith 

Laflis  Houses 

Mallenj^,  Balerno 

Hillwood,  Ratho 

Lampockwells,  Tranent 

Malleny  Grove,  Balerno 

Hillwood  Cottage,  Katho 

Langside,  Dalkeith 

Mallsford,  Dalkeith 

Hilton  Cottage,  Lasswade 

Lankinsdub,  Winchburgh 

Malta,  Ku-kliston 

Hodges,  Tranent 

Larch  Grove,  Balemo 

Manor  House,  Musselburgh 

Holemill,  Colinton 

Latch,  Kirknewton 

Mansfield,  Dalkeith  and  Currie 

Holkgate,  Broxburn 

Lairrel  Bank,  Lasswade 

Marchbank,  Balerno 

Holms,  Uphall  and  Musselburgh 

Laurencelaw  Cottage,  Milton  Br. 

Marchfield,  Blackball 

Holycoat,  Lasswade 

Laurie's  Den,  Penicuick 

March  Hill,  Penicuick 

Honeyhole,  Lasswade 

Lauriston,  Cramond 

Marchwell,  Penicuick 

Honeybrae,  Penicuick 

Laverock  Hall,  Liberton 

Margaret  Grove,  Cramond 

Hopefield,  Lasswade 

Lavrockdale,  Colinton 

Marine  Cottage,  Portobello 

Hopetown  Woodend,  Winchburgh 

Law,  Uphall 

Marrfield  Mills,  Penicuick 

House  of  Hill,  Blackball 

Lawfield,  Dalkeith 

Marybank,  Penicuick 

House  o'  Muir,  Tranent  and  Mil- 

Lawhead, Penicuick  and  Kirk- 

Maryfield, Tranent,  Penicuick, 

ton  Bridge 

newton 

and  Portobello 

Houston  and  H.  Mill,  Uphall 

Lawi-ence  Law  Cottage,  Penicuick 

Marylands,  Ratho 

Howdenshall,  Liberton 

Lead  Burndean,  Penicuick 

Masterton,  Dalkeith 

Howgate,  Roslin  and  Penicuick 

Leadburn,  Penicuick 

Mauricewood,  Milton  Bridge 

Humble,  Kii-kliston,  Kirknewton, 

Learielaws,  Broxburn 

Mavisbank,  Loanhead 

and  Upper  Keith 

Lecrielaw,  Dalkeith  &  Kirkliston 

Mavisbush,  Lasswade 

Hunter's  Tryst,  Colinton 

Leith  Head,  Currie 

Maybank,  Penicuick  and  Loanliead 

Hyvot's  Mill,  Libertoa 

Lenney  Park,  Corstorphine 

Mayfield,  Dalkeith 

Lennieport,  Corstorphine 

Mayfield  Cottage,  Loanhead 

Inch,  Liberton 

Lenny,  Kirkliston 

Mayfield  Folly,  Liberton 

Inglis  Green,  Slateford 

Lenny  Moor,  Cramond  and  Kirk- 

Mayshade, Loanhead 

Ingliston,  Kirkliston  and  Eatho 

liston 

Meadowbank  House,  Kirknewton 

Innerwick  Lodge,  Murrayfield 

Leven  Hall,  Musselburgh 

Meadowfield,  Corstoi-phiue 

Inveresk,  Musselburgh 

Lexmouth,  Blackball,  Corstor- 

Meadowhead, Libertoa 

Inveresk  House  and  Lodge,  Mus- 

phine 

Meadow  House,  Corstorphine 

selburgh 

Liberton  Bank,  Liberton 

Meado-mnill,  Tranent 

Inverey  House,  Portobello 

Lighthill  Cottage,  Loanhead 

Meadowsjiot,  Dalkeith 

IronmUl,  Dalkeith 

LiUyburn,  Penicuick 

Meggetland,  Slateford 

Limefield  Mains,  Mid-Calder 

Melville  Castle,  Lasswade 

Jack's  House,  Kii-kliston 

Linden  Lodge,  Loanhead 

Middlemills,  Lasswade 

Jane  Cottage,  Musselburgh 

Lingerwood,  Dalkeith 

Middle  Norton,  Ratho  and  Kirk- 

Jaw, Ratho  and  Hermiston 

Linkfield,  Musselburgh 

liston 

Jesgfield,  Portobello 

Linkhouse,  Prestonpans 

Middleton,  UphaU 

John's  Bum,  Balerno 

Linnburn,  Kirknewton 

Midfield,    Lasswade  and  Mussel- 

Joppa, Portobello 

Linnsmill,  Kirkliston 

burgh 

Joytield  Place,  Colinton 

Listonshiells,  Kirknev.'ton 

MUch-hall,  Penicuick 

Juniper  Green,  Colinton 

Little  France,  Liberton 

Milk-houses,  Uphall 

Little  Vantage,  Kirknewton 

Millburn  Tower,  Hermiston 

Kaijies  Cottage,  Liberton 

Loanhead,  Ford,  Kirkliston 

Millerhill,  Dalkeith 

Kaims,  Kirknewton 

Loaninghill,  Uphall 

Millhill,  Musselburgh 

Kates  Mill,  Slateford 

Loanstane,  Penicuick 

MHlrig,  Kii'kliston  and  Kirknew- 

Keith House,  Upper  Keith 

Lochend,  Kirkliston 

ton 

Kellerstain  House,  Hermiston 

Lochend  Cottage,  Musselburgh 

Milnholm  House,  Musselburgh 

Kellerstane,  Ratho 

Loganbank,  Penicuick 

Milton,  Milton  Bridge,  Kirkliston, 

Kerkettle,  Roslin 

Logan  house.  Penicuick 

and  Tranent 

Kersemill,  Penicuick 

Loganlee,  Milton  Bridge 

Mirryfield,  Tranent 

Kerse  Hill  Toll,  Hermiston 

Logie  Heriot,  Ford 

Moat,  Roslin 

XXXVIII 


LIST  OF  I'LAOES  IN  THE  COUNTY  OF  EDINBURGH. 


Moffat  Place,  Dalkeith 

Moldart  Cottage,  Currie 

Monktou,  Musselburgh 

Monktonhall,  Musselburgh 

Montrose  Stables,  Lasswa-Je 

Moor  Park,  Musselburgh 

Mordun,  Libertou 

Morrison's  Haven,  Prestonpaus 

Morton,  Liberton 

Morton  Cottage,  Portobello 

Moi-tonhall,  Liberton 

MossenJ,  Uphall 

Mosshouses,  Peniculck 

Mossie  Mill,  Colinton 

Mount  Charles,  Portobello  and 
Slateford 

Mount  Chassie,  Lasswadc 

Mount  Earl,  Roslin 

Mount  Esk,  Lasswadc 

Mouuthooly,  Winchburgh 

Mount  Lodge,  Portobello 

Mount  Lothian,  Penicuick 

Mount  Pleasant,  Portobello 

Mount  Vernon,  Liberton 

Muirbank,  Balerno 

Muirburn,  Kirkliston 

Muirend,  Kirkliston 

Muirhouse,  Blackball  and  Liber- 
ton 

JIuii-park.  Tranent 

Muldron,  Whitburn 

Murray  Hill,  Lasswadc 

Murrays,  Ford 

Muttonhole,  Cramond  and  Ford 

Myles,  Tranent 

Myres,  Kiiklistoa 

Nellfield,  Kirkliston 
Nether  Deckmount,  Uphall 
Nether  Houses,  Lasswade 
Nether  Lenny,  Cramond 
Nether  Liberton,  Liberton 
Nettlebill,  Uphall 
Neville  Cottage,  Liberton 
Nevin"s  Knowe,  Roslin 
Newbattle,  Dalkeith 
Newbigging,  Musselburgh, Uphall, 

and  Lasswade 
Newbridge,  Kirkliston 
New  Craighall,  Musselbiu-gh 
Newfarm,  Dalkeith 
Newfield,  Bonnyrigg,  Lasswade 
New  Hailes,  Musselliurgh 
Newhall,  Penicuick 
Newhouse,  Ratho 
Newhouses,  Kirkliston 
Newland,  Kirkliston 
Newlandburn,  Ford 
Newlandridge,  Ford 
Newliston,  Kirkliston 
Newmains,  Kirkliston 
Newmills,  Balerno  and  Dalkeith 
New  Milton,  Roslin 
New  Pentland,  Loanhead 
Newton  Mains,  Ratho 
New  Eoad,  Dalkeith 
New  Saughton,  Cramond 
Newstead,  Penicuick 
Newton,  Dalkeith,  Musselburgh. 

Winchburgh,  and  So.  Ferry 
Ne^vton  (Easter),  Kirknewton 
Newton  Grange,  Dalkeith 
Niddrie  (Long),  Tranent 
Niddry,     Libert-on    and    Wincli 

burgh 
Niddry  House,  Prestonpaus 


Niddry  Station,  Musselburgh 
Nine-mile  Burn,  Penicuick 
Nivelle  Cottage,  Liberton 
North  Clermiston,  Blackball 
North  Esk  Mill,  Dalkeith 
Northfield,    Portobello  and  Pres- 

tonpans 
North  Cxyle,  Corstorphine 
Norton,  Ratho 

Oakleak,  Penicuick 

Oakmount,  Lasswade 

Oatlands,  Ford 

Oatbridge,  Uphall 

Oatsley,  Roslin 

Old  Liston,  Kirkliston 

Old  Saughton,  Corstorphine  and 
Slateford 

Olive-bank,  Musselburgh 

Onthank,  Penicuick 

Orchardfield,  Kirknewton 

Ormiston,  Kirknewton 

Ormiston,  Tranent 

Ormiston  Hall,  Tranent 

Outerston,  Fushie  Bridge 

Oxenford,  Foi'd 

Oxgangs,  Colinton 

Over  (rogar,  Hermiston 

Overshieil,  Kirknewton 

Ovortoun,  Kirkliston  and  Kirk- 
newton 

Palmyra  Cottage,  Portobello 

Pap  Inn,  Penicuick 

Paradykes,  Loanhead 

Parduvine,  Dalkeith 

Parkburn,  Liberton 

Parkend,  Dalkeith 

Parkend  Cottage,  Musselburgh 

Parkhead,Slateford,Corstoiiihiue, 
and  So.  Ferry 

Parkhouse,  Portobello 

Parknook,  Liberton 

Parson's  Pool,  Lasswade 

Pathhead,  Ford  and  Kirknewton 

Patie's  Hill,  Penicuick 

Pavilion  House,  Prestonpaus 

Peaseflat,  Dalkeith 

Peaston,  Tranent 

Peffer  Mill,  Liberton 

Peggyslee,  Penicuick 

Peggy's  MiU,  Cramond 

Pelton  House,  Cramond 

Pembroke  Lodge,  Murrayfield 

Pencaitland,  Tranent 

Pendreigh,  Lasswade 

Penston,  Tranent 

Pentecox,  Liberton 

Pentland,  Roslin  and  Loanhead 

Pentland  Pathhead,  Loanhead 

Pick,  Penicuick 

Pilmuir,  Balerno 

Pimlers  Acre,  Musselburgh 

Pinkhill,  Corstorphine 

Pinkie  Hill  and  Mains,  Mussel- 
burgh 

Pimie  Hall 

Plaintree-shade,  Penicuick 

Plewlands,  Boro.  Muu-head 

Plover  Hall,  Roslin  and  Preston 
pans 

Polton,  Lasswade 
Pomothom,  Penicuick 
Port  Buchan,  Broxburn 
Port  Seaton,  Prestonpans 
Post  Buchan,  Uphall 


Powflats,  Broxburn 
Preston,  Ford  and  Prestonpans 
Preston,  Prestonpans 
Preston  Cottage,  Prestonpans 
Preston  Orange,  Prestonpans 
Preston  Hall,  Ford  and  Lasswade 
Prestonholm,  Lasswade 
Preston  Lodge,  Corstorphine 
Priest  Inch,  Winchburgh 
Priest  Mill,  Kirkliston 
Primrosehill  &  Place,  Musselburgh 
Prospectbank,  Lasswade 
Providence  Hall,  Musselburgh 
Pumpherston,  Mid-Calder 
Punclieonlaw,  Kirklist<jn 
Pyethall,  Uphall 

QuARRVUEAD,  Lasswadc 

Ramsay  Lodp.e,  Portobello 

Ramslacks,  Carrie 

Ransfield,  Ratho 

Ravelrig,  Balerno 

Kavelstone,  Blackball 

Ravenshaugh,  Musselburgh 

Ravensnook,  Penicuick 

Raw  Camp,  Kirknewton 

lledcoal,  Tranent 

Redhall,  Slateford 

Redheughs,  Corstorphine  and  Las.s- 

wade 
Reid,  Ford 
Remote,  Ford 
Reservoir,  Penicuick 
Ruvelslike,  Penicuick 
liiccarton,  Hermiston 
Richmond  Lodge,  Portobello 
Riggenhead,  Tranent 
Roads,  Penicuick 
Roddenlaw,  Ratho 
Rosebank,  Roslin,  Portjbello,  and 

Currie 
Roseberry,  Fushiebridge 
Roseburn,  Murrayfield 
Rosefield,  Portobello 
Rosefield  Avenue,  Portobello 
Rose  Hall,  Musselbui-gh 
Rosehill,  Penicuick 
Rose  Lodge,  Portobello 
Rosemaius,  Ford 
Rosemay,  Penicuick 
Rosemount,  Penicuick,  Portobello, 

Prestonpans,  k  Musselburgli 
Rose  Park,  Trinity 
Roseview,  Penicuick 
Rose  Villa,  Portobello 
Rosewell,  Lasswade 
Rosewell  Dean,  Lasswade 
Roslin  Lee,  Roslin 
Rumble  Bank,  Currie 
Ryal,  Uphall 

Salton,  Tranent 

Sandydean,  Lasswade 

Saughinside,  Ford 

Saughland  Ford 

Saughton  Hall  and  Mains,  Slate- 
ford 

Saughton  House,  Cramond 

Sea  Beach  House  and  Cottage, 
Portobello 

Sea  Mill,  Musselburgh  and  Pres- 
tonpans 

Selms,  Kirknewton 

Seton,  Tranent 

Seton,  South  Mains,  Prestonpans 


LIST  OF  PLACES  IN  THE  COUNTY  OF  EDINBURGH. 


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Sbawfair,  Dalkeith 

Shaw's  Hospital,  Prestonpans 

Sbeepfield,  Musselburgh 

Sheriffhall,  Dalkeith 

Shotthead,  Currie 

Shrewsbury  Cottage,  Lasswade 

Shrubmount,  Portobello 

SighthiU,  Hermiston  and  Slateford 

Silverbum,  Penicuick 

SUver  Knowes,  Cramond 

Skeltymuir,  Lasswade 

Skillnowe,  Penicuick 

Slat«barns,  KirkHstoa 

Slockendrouth,  Slateford 

Smeaton,  Dalkeith 

Smeaton  Park,  Inveresk 

Souterhole,  Cramond 

South  Bush,  Musselburgh 

Soutbfield,  Liberton,  Portobello, 
Tranent,  and  Cramond 

South  Gyle,  Corstoi-phine 

South -house,  Liberton 

South  Melville,  Lasswade 

South  side.  Ford 

Spafield  Mills,  Lasswade 

Spittal,  Penicuick 

Spittleton,  Kirknewton 

Springbank,  Lasswade 

Springfield,  Lasswade  and  Peni- 
cuick 

Springfield  Works,  Loanhead 

Spring  Garden,  Musselburgh 

Spyfield,  Colinton 

Spylaw  k  Sp .  Bank,  Colinton 

Squaretown,  Dalkeith 

Standingstone,  Kirkliston 

Stank  ards,  Uphall 

St  Ann's,  Lasswade 

St  Ann's  Cottage,  Colinton 

St  Catherine's,  Liberton 

St  Clement's  Wells,  Musselburgh 

St  Germain's,  Tranent 

St  Leonard's  MiUs.  Lasswade 

Steell's  Hospital,  Tranent 

Stelknow,  Penicuick 

Stenhouse,  Liberton 

Stenhouse  MiUs,  Corstorphine  and 
Slateford 

Stewartfield,  Broxburn 

Stewart  HUl,  Kirknewton 

StiUknowe,  Penicuick 

Stobs,  Fushiebridge 

Stonedykehead,  Liberton 

Stoneyport,  Slateford 

Stoniebank  and  HUl,  Jlusselburgh 

Stonyhill,  Musselburgh 

Stonyrig,  Kirknewton 

Straiton,  Liberton 

Straton  Place,  Portohello 

Strawberry  Bank,  Dalkeith 

Summerfield  House,  Dalkeith 

Summer  Side,  Dalkeith 

Sunnyside,  Kirknewton 

Swanston,  Colinton 


Sweethope,  Musselburgh 
Swine  Burn,  Wiuchburgh 
Sycamore  Bank,  Lasswade 
Sycamore  Grove,  Musselburgh 

Tarphin,  Colinton 

Templehall,  Kirknewton  and  Peni- 
cuick 

Templehouse,  Balerno 

Thomiebank,  Dalkeith 

Thomycrook,  Dalkeith 

Three-mile-town,  Winchbur^n 

Threep-muir,  Currie 

TodhiUs,  Dalkeith 

Tor,  Murrayfield 

Torphin.  Colinton 

Tottly,  Winchburgh 

Townhead,  Balerno  and  Loanhead 

Tower  Mains,  Liberton 

Trabrown,  Tranent 

Trafalgar  Lodge,  Musselburgh 

Tryste  Street,  Loanhead 

Tumdykes,  Ford 

Tumhouse,  Kirkliston  and  Cra- 
mond 

Tuxphin,  Colinton 

Tusenlum,  Musselburgh 

TynebaJik,  Ford 

Tyneholm,  Tranent 

TjTie  Lodge,  Ford 

Upper  Frith,  Penicuick 
Upper  Gogar,  Ratho 
Upper  Liberton,  Liberton 
Upper  Spylaw,  Slateford 

Valleyfield,  Penicuick 
Vaughanside,  Ford  and  Penicuick 
Venerfair,  Ford  and  Penicuick 
View-bank,  Lasswade 
Viewfield,  Lasswade 
Viewpark,  Lasswade 
Vogrie,  Ford 

Wadixgbcrn,  Lasswade 
Walltord  Lodge,  Prestonpans 
Walltower,  Penicuick 
Wallyford,  Musselburgh 
Walston,  Penicuick 
Waltham  Lodge,  Murrayfield 
Wanton  Walls,  Musselburgh 
Waterstone,  Uphall 
Wathome,  Dalkeith 
Waulk  Mm,  Mvsselburgh 
Weddingbum,  Lasswade 
Wellington  Place,  Musselburgh 
Wellington  Villa,  Portobello 
West  Bangour,  UphaU 
West  Bank,   Tranent  and  Porto 

bello 
West  Beadlaw,  Uphall 
West  Binny,  Uphall 
West  Bonington,  Ratho 
West  Briggs,  Kirkliston 


West  Broadlaw,  Uphall 

Westbrook,  Balerno 

West  Bush,  Musselburgh 

West  Colinton,  Colinton 

West  Craigs,  Corstorphine 

Westedge,  Liberton 

Wester  Bonington,  Ratho 

Wester  Hailes,  Slateford 

Westfarm,  Winchburgh 

Westfield,  Cramond 

Westfield  Cottage,  Portobello  and 
Lasswade 

Westholmes,  Musselburgh 

West  Houses,  Dalkeith 

West  Mains,  Musselburgh  and 
Liberton 

West  Mills,  Colinton,  Mussel- 
burgh, and  Lasswade 

West  Muir,  Kirkliston 

West  Pans,  Musselburiih 

West  Pilton,  Blackball' 

West  Side,  Penicuick 

West  Wood.  West  Calder 

Wheatfield,  Portobello 

Wheatlands,  Kirkliston 

Whelpside,  Balerno 

Whim,  Penicuick 

Whinnyhaugh,  Penicuick 

Whinny-row  Cottage,  Lasswade 

Whippylaw,  Ford 

White  Bogs,  Lasswade 

Whiteburgh,  Ford 

White  Craig,  Miisselburgh 

Whitehill,  Lasswade  and  Kirk- 
newton 

Whitehill  Colliery,  Lasswade 

Whitehouse,  Musselburgh 

Whitelaw,  Currie 

Whitemoss,  Ku-knewton 

Wilkieston,  Ratho 

Williamfield  House,  Portohello 

Wilson's  Park,  Portobello 

Windford,  Uphall 

Windj'goul,  Tranent 

Winton,  Tranent 

Wisp,  Liberton 

Woodbank,  Dalkeith 

Woodbine,  Corstorphine 

Woodbine  Cottage,  Lasswade 

Woodburn,  Dalkeith 

Woodcote,  Blackshiels 

Woodend,  Winchburgh 

Woodfield,  Colinton 

Woodhall,  Colinton,  Tranent,  and 
Corstorphine 

Woodhead,  Ford 

Woodhouselee,  Roslin 

Woodland  Cottage,  Portohello 

Woodrow,  Ormiston 

Woodside,  Colinton 

Woodville,  Colinton  &  Murrayfield 

Woobnet,  Dalkeith 

Wright's  Mill,  Juniper  Green 

Wynsford,  Uphall 


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NAMES  OMITTED,  AND  ALTERATIONS,  TOO  LATE  FOR 
INSERTION  IN  THEIR  PROPER  PLACES. 


Amazon  Life  Assurance  Co.  and  Sick  Benefit 

Society,  37  George  st. — J.  Faulds,  agent 
A}i;oun,  Robert,  W.S.,  3  Fettes  row 
Ballingall,  A.  furniture  dealer,  48  Howe  st. 
Bell,  John,  general  agent,  19  N.-West  Circus 

place 
Burr,  ]\Irs  John,  14  Heriot  place 
Burrell,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  7  Carnegie  street 
Colledge,  William,  surgeon,  Maryfield,  Easter 

road 
Douglas,  James,  of  Cavers,  34  Moray  place 
Dunn,  John  H.  10  Buccleuch  place 
Dunn,  W.  silk  merchant,  10  Nicolson  street 
Fauld^,  ]\Irs,  37  George  street 
Gralloway,  Robt.  bookbinder,  4  Clyde  street 
Goidd,  Mrs,  shawl  darner,  160  Canongate 
Ivison,  M.  W.  engineer  and  patent  agent,  160 

Canongate 


I  Jamieson,  John,  printers'  furniture  and  brass 
rule  maker,  engraver  on  wood,  and  stereo- 
typer,  43  East  Crosscausey  —  house,  9 
Crichton  street 

Mathison,  Walter,  spirit  mercht.,  92  High  st. 

Moir,  David,  smith  and  ironmonger,  41  Ko. 
Bridge 

Munro,  Donald,  jobbing  mason,  Chalmers'  cl. 

Scott,  Henry,  ship-broker,  35  Bernard  st. 

Steadman,  Aiidrew,  provision  merchant,  3 
Quality  lane 

Telfer,  John  T.  manufacturing  goldsmith  and 
jeweller,  26  George  street 

Trotter,  Robt.  trimming  warehouse,  15  Green- 
side  street 

Walker,  M.  &  Co.  78  Rose  street 

Whitton,  R.  H.  auctioneer  and  appraiser,  13 
London  street 


CHURCHES  AND  CHAPELS,  &c. 

BAPTIST. 
Queen  Street  Hall Richard  B.  Sanderson. 


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POST-OFFICE  EDINBURGH  AND  LEITH 
GENERAL  DIRECTORY. 


1854-5. 


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Abb 

Abbott,  Francis,    Secretary  to  the   General 

Post-Office  for  Scotland,  25  Moray  place 
Abercrombie,  Misses,  33  Moray  place 
Aberdeen,  Leith,  &  Clyde  Steam-Shipping 
Co.'s   Offices,   Granton  pier,  Dock    gates, 
Leith,  and  6  South  St  Andrew  street,  Edin- 
burgh— G.  Mathieson,  agent 
Aberdeen,  Moray  Firth,  Inverness,  Caithness, 
Orkney,  and  Shetland  Steam-Shipping  Co.'s 
Offices,    Granton  pier.  Dock  gates,  Leith, 
and  6  South  St  Andrew  street,  Edinburgh 
— G.  Mathieson,  agent 
Abernethy,  Scott,  watchmaker,  90  Kirkgate 
Abernethy,  Mrs,  midwife,  9  Jamaica  street 
Abernethy,  ]\Iiss,  110  Lauriston  place 
Academy,  "Royal  Scottish,  of  Painting,  Sculp- 
ture, and  Architectm-e,  Royal  Institution — 
D.  0.  Hill,  secretary 
Academy,  Edinburgh,  Henderson  row 
Academy,  Southern,  Park  place  house 
AcqurofF,  John,  hair-dresser,  20  Rose  street 
Adair,  John,  tailor,  227  High  street 
Adam  &  Kirk,  W.S.,  9  South  Charlotte  st. 
Adam  &  M'Gregor,  wool  merchants,  5  Baiik 

street,  Leith 
Adam,  Alex.,  teacher,  27  St  James'  squai-e. — 

See  Adv. — ^house,  14  Dundas  street 
Adam,  Alex.  F.,  W.S.,  19  Claremont  crescent 
Adam,  Geo.  {Sasine  OJJice),  6  St  Vincent  st. 
Adam,   Henry,  wine   &   spirit   merchant,   8 

Young  street — house,  6 
Adam,  James,  S.S.C,  19  Claremont  crescent 
Adam,  James,  victual  dealer,  80  Pleasance 
Adam,  James,  advocate,  36  Castle  street 
Adam,  John,  baker,  17  Tolbooth  -wynd,  Leith 


Ada 

Adam,  John,  draftsman  &  engraver  on  wood, 

1  Windsor  street 
Adam,  John,  lodgings,  18  Brunsmck  street 
Adam,  Patrick  (Sang  &  A.),  9  Brandon  st. 
Adam,  Robert,  wright,  56  Lothian  street 
Adam,  Robert,  city  accountant.  City  Cham- 
bers— house,  18  Gardner's  crescent 
Adam,  Steph.  wool-merchant,  3  Bonning.  pi. 
Adam,  Mrs,  11  Grove  street 
Adam,  Mrs,  53  Queen  street 
Adam,  Mrs,  9  Bonnington  place 
Adam,  Miss  Louisa,  13  South  Castle  street 
Adams  &  Co.  wine-merchants,  14  South  St 

Andrew  street  and  5  Meuse  lane 
Adams,  Alex,  bootmaker,  35  Bridge  st.  Leith 
Adams,  Alex.  Maxwell,  M.D.  16  Argyle  sq. 
Adams,  Aw.  {A  &  Co.),  13  Duke  street 
Adams,  George  C,  S.S.C.  10  Duncan  street, 

Drummond  place 
Adams,  Gilbert,  bootmaker,  61  Nicolson  st. 
Adams,  James,  coffee-room,  219  High  street 
Adams,  John,  S.S.C.  Drumsheugh  cottage 
Adams,  John,  jun.  S.S.C.  9  Danube  street 
Adams,  Nat.  chimney  sweep,  59  Thistle  st. 
Adams,  Rob.  smith  and  ironmonger,  4  Rut- 
land place — house,  28  Torphichen  street 
Adams,  W.  D ,  M.D.  and  Surgeon,  16  Argyle 

square  and  53  Nicolson  street 
Adams,  Mrs  M.  ladies'  nurse,  1  Mound  place 
Adams,  Mrs,  lodgings,  52  Broughton  street 
Adamson,  David  M.,  S.S.C.  16  Nelson  street 
Adamson,  George,  contractor,  35  Leith  st. 
Adamson,  Henry,  plasterer,  32  Arthur  st. 
Adamson,  James,  manager,  Johnstone  &  Hun- 
ter's printing  office,  12  Beaumont  place 


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Ait 


Adamson,  Thomas  C.  tea-dealer,  record  office 

for  servants,  4  South  St  Andrew  street 
Adamson,   W.   M.  cooper  and  fish-curer,  51 

Giles'  street — house,  5  Cable  wynd,  Leith 
Adamson,  Mrs  John,  30  Kirkgate,  Leith 
A<lcock,  Gilbert,  paper  warehouse,  50  High  st. 

ho.  35  South  bridge 
Addis,  Rev.  Thomas,  Morningside  place 
Addis,  Mrs  William,  6  Grove  street 
Addison,  Alexander,  baker,  124  Kirkgate 
Addison,  Andrew,  lodgings,  55  Princes  street 
Addison,  llev.  Berkeley,  19  Great  Stuart  st. 
Addison,  Jas.,  spirit  dealer,  57  North  bridge 
Adie,  Alex,  and  Son,  opticians,  50  Princes  st. 
Adie,  Alexander,  optician,  Canaan  Cottage 
Adie,  John,  optician,  50  Northumberland  st. 
Adie,  William,  spirit  dealer,  7  Dock  pi.  Leith 
Adie,  Mrs  Robert,  11  Duncan  street 
Adjutant-Generai/s  Office,  3  Hope  street 
AiivERTi.SER  Publishing;  Office,   13   Hanover 

street — Printing-Office,  91  Rose  street 
Advocates'  Library,  Parliament  square 
Advocate,  Lord,  15  Great  Stoart  street 
Advocates'  Widows'  Fund,  5   S.E.  Circus 

place — John  Cay,  collector 
Affleck,  Archibald,  fleshir,  9  Home  street 
Affleck,  George,  hosier,  glover,  and  laceman, 

39  Queen  street 
Affleck,  James,  grocer,  lOCauseyside — house, 

11.  Canning  place 
Affleck,  John,  wright,  38  Brunswick  street 
Affleck,  Robert,  grocer,  wine  &  spirit  dealer, 

26  St  Leonard  street 
Affleck,  Miss,  10  Blenheim  place 
Agnew,  Mrs  George,  1  Rankeilior  street 
Agnew,  Lady,  24  Moray  place 
Agriculturist    Fire,    Life,    Cattle  and 
Hail  Insurance  Co.  9  South  St  Andrew 
street — F.  M'Minn,  superintendent 
Agricultural    Improvement     Office,    7 

Pitt  street 
Agricultural  Labourers'  Dwellings  As- 
sociation, 51  George  street— Patrick  Moli- 
son,  acting  secretary  and  accountant 
Aikman,   Andrew  &    Co.    law    printers,    11 

Hanover  street — house,  82  Princes  street 
Aikman,  Aw.  corn  dealer,  12  Queensferry  st. 
Aikman,  Arch.  &  Co.  merchants,  1  Victoria 

steet 
Aikman,  Archibald  {A.  A.  Sf  Co.),  94  Lauris 

ton  place 
Aikman,  A.  and  D.,  wholesale  leather  mer- 
chants, 5  and  38  Niddry  street 
Aikman,   Colin    C.    com.  &  wine  merchant, 
36  Mitchell  street,  Leith— ho.  3  George  pi. 
Aikman,   George,  engraver  and   printer,  29 

North  bridge — house,  5  Roxburgh  terrace 
Aikman,  Rev.  J.  Logan,  4  Bellevue  terrace 
Aikman,  John  &  Son,  painters,  paper-hangers, 

and  glaziers,  8  Queensferry  street 
Aikman,  John,  S.S.C.  48  Frederick  street 
Aikman,  Matthew,  flesher,  6  Middle  market 
— house,  9  Graham  street 


Aikman,    William,    wholesale  atationer,    30 
Victoria  strett — house,  2 

Aikman,  Mrs  James,  3  George  place 

Aikman,  Mrs  James,  5-b  St  Patrick  square 

Aikman,  Mrs,  11  Charles  street 

Aikman,  Miss,  11  Charles  street 

Aimers,  Samuel,  tailor,  38  Rankeilior  st. 

Ainslie,  Daniel,  48  Moray  place  / 

Ainslie,  David,  54  Queen  street 

Ainslie,  James,  cod    merchant,    34   Sheriff 
brae — house,  2  Old  Bridge  end 

Ainslie,  John,  furniture  dealer,  258  Cowgate 

Ainslie,  Jolm,  farmer,  Ilillend 

Ainslie,  Robert,  W.S.  and  attorney  in  Exche- 
quer, 1 4  Abercromby  place 

Ainslie,  \Vm.  (of  Gardner^  Ainslie)  44  Howe 
street 

Ainslie,  Mrs,  5  Wharton  place 

Aird,  Thomas,  3  Saunders  St.,  Stockbri'lge 

Aird,  Misses,  Spring  valley,  Morningside 

Aire,  Miss,  6  Springfield 

Airmet,  Jas.  earthenw.  dealer,  96  Pleasance 

Airtb,  Mrs,  Hope  street,  Leith  walk 

Aitchison  and  Sons,  confectioners  to  her  Ma- 
jesty, 77  Queen  street 

Aitchison,  Christopher,  painter,  glazier,  and 
paper-hanger,  22  Nelson  street 

Aitchison,  David,   draper,  22  Kirkgate — ho. 
9  Glover  utreet,  Leith 

Aitchison,  Francis,  6  Broughton  place 

Aitchison,  George,  baker,  1  Wemyss  place 

Aitchison,  Geo.  spirit  merch.  163  High  st. 

Aitchison,  Geo.  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  35  j 
Richmond  place 

Aitchison,  James,  draper,  18  N.-West  Circus 
place — house,  1 5  Brunswick  street 

Aitchison,  John,  grocer,  49  Cowgate 

Aitchison,  John  &  Co.  brewers,  48  South  back 
of  Canongate 

Aitchison,  John,  tailor  and  clothier,  18  North 
bridge 

Aitchison,  John,  wholesale  spirit  merchant, 
44,  45,  and  46  Shore 

Aitchison,  Tho.  shoemaker,  31  Richmond  pi. 

Aitchison,  Mrs,  15  St  John  street 

Aitchison,  Mrs,  13  East  Adam  st. 

Aitchison,  Mrs  Major,  67  Great  King  street 

Aitchison,  Mrs  Isabella,  biker,  Granton 

Aitchison,  Miss,  68  Gforge  street 

Aitken  and  Campbell,  wine  merchants,  11  St 
James'  square— house,  22  Broughton  place 

Aitken,  Alex.  &  Co.  smiths,  ironmongers,  and 
tinsmiths,  19  Hanover  street 

Aitken.  Alex,  seal  and  gentral  engraver  and_ 
lithographer,  3  St  Andrew  street. 

Aitken,  Alex,  iron  merchant,  5  Sylvan  place 

Aitken,  A.  {Marshall  (S(  A.),   19  Buccleucti 
place 

Aitken,  Alex,  coal  agent,  9  Port- Hamilton 

Aitken  &  Co.  firewootl  factory,  69  Fountaia 
bridge 

Aitken  &  Co.  English  coal  merchants,  Junc- 
tion bridge  wharf,  Leith 


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Aitken,  A.  C.  sharebroker,  20  St  Andrew  sq. 
Aitken,  Andw,  (/.  A.  S)-  Co.),  6  Mansfield  place 
Aiiken,  Andw.  (A.  G.  S,-  Co.),  4  Vanburgh  pi. 
Aitken,  David,  flesher,  20  Home  street 
Aitken,  Gray,  &  Co.  corn  factors  and  com- 
mission merchants,  27  Quality  street 
Aitken,  James  &  Co.  wholesale  tea  and  coffee 

dealers,  2  Blenheim  pi. — ho.  Maryfield  Ho. 
Aitken,  James,  farrier,  14  Potterrow 
Aitken,    James,   chemist    and   druggist,    44 

Broughton  street — ho.  12  Fettes  row 
Aitken,  James,   solicitor.  County   buildings, 

— house,  45  St  Cuthbert  street 
Aitken,  James  {J.  A  §•  Co.),  Maryfield  house 
Aitken,  James,  collector  of  aunuity  assessment, 

12  Royal   Exchange — house,   5  North    St 

James'  street 
Aitken,  John,  veter.  surgeon,  42  Buccleuch  st. 
Aitken,  John,  wholesale  tea  and  coffee  mercht. 

7 1  Adam  square — house,  6  West  Newington 
Aitken,     John,     teetotal     coffee-house,    104 

Hi}^h  street 
Aitken,  John,  painter  &  glazier,  3  Union  pi. 
Aiiken,  John,  upholsterer,  cabinetmaker,  car- 
ver and  gilder,  house  agent,  and  appraiser, 

39  Frederick  street 
Aitken,  Robert,  tea  and  coffee  dealer,  1  West 

College  street — house,  2  Buccleuch  place 
Aiiken,  Robt.  gardener,  Jock's  Lodge 
Aitken,  Ttiomas  (London  i.^  Edin.  Shipping 

Co.),  8  London  r<»w,  Leith 
Aitken,  Walter,  baker,  117  Nicolson  street 
Aitken,  William,  56  Bridge  street,  Leith 
Aitken,  Wm.  grocer,  14  Tolboothwynd,  Leith 
Aitken,  William,  accountant,  7  Tollcross 
Aitken,  W.  grocer,  19  St  Andrew  st.  Leith 
Aitken,  Wm.   chemist  and  druggist,  3  Pitt 

street  and  44  Broughton  street — house,  12 

Fettes  row 
Aitken,  Mrs  Janet,  grocer,  44  Home  street 
Aitken,  Mrs  W.  midwife,  7  Leith  street 
Aitken,  Mrs,  Craigside  place 
Aiken,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  3  Jamaica  street 
Aitken,  Mrs,  16  Keir  street 
Aitkenhead,  Adam.flesher,  13  E.  Richmond  st. 
Aitkin,  Miss,  12  Brandon  street 
Albion  Cloth  Warehouse,  John  Dick  &  Co., 

Assembly  Rooms,  George  street — agents  for 

Bicknell  &  Moore,  London 
Albion    Insurance    Office   of    London,    14 

Royal  Exchange — Andrew  Muir,  agent 
Albion  Loan  Co.  23  Rose  street 
Airier,  Wm.  13  Salisbury  street 
Alder,  William,  jun.,   commission  agent,  60 

New  buildings.  North  bridge — house,  13 

Salisbury  street 
Alexander  &  Co.  silk  dyers,  76  Clerk  street 
Alexander,  Andw.  baker,  58  East  Crosscausey 
Alexander,  Charles,  tailor  and  clothier,  105 

Nicolson  street 
Alexander,   Charles,  nursery  and   seedsman, 

32  W.  Register  st house,  15  Nelson  st. 

j  Alexander,  Frederick,  commission  agent,  60 


New  Buildings,  North  Bridge — bo.  Cumin 
place.  Grange 
Alexander,  George,  Wright,  156  Causey  side 
Alexander,  H  D.,  M.D.  surg ,  46  Canongate 
Alexander,  Jas.  T.  surgeon  and  accoucheur, 

3  Randolph  place 
Alexander,  James,  43  Lauriston  place 
Alexander,  Jas.  {Rich.  A.  and  Son},  22  Cla- 
rence street 
Alexander,    James,    nursery   and    seedsman, 

Leith  Walk  Nursery 
Alexander,  Rev.  John,  4  St  Vincent  street 
Alexander,  Jn.  grocer  &  spirit  mercht.  Newh. 
Alexander,  John,  flesher,  163  Fountainbridge 
Alexander,  Jn.  (T.  Sf  J.  Alex.)  108  Lauriston 

place 
Alexander,  John,  tailor  and  clothier,  2  Can- 
ning place 
Alexander,  Jn.  builder,  10  Gilmour  place 
Alexander,  Lewis,  wine  and  spirit  mercht.  and 

manuf.  of  liquors,  &c.  Union  st.  lane 
Alexander,  Richard  &  Son,  wine  merchants  to 

the  Qieen,  24  Frederick  street 
Alexander,  Richard,  draper,  hosier,  and  shirt 

maker,  467  Lawnmarket 
Alexander,  Richard,  16  St  Vincent  street 
Alexander,  Robt.,  butcher  &  poulterer,  42  So. 
Clerk  St. — house,  Eraser  lodge,  Newington 
Alexander,  Thos.  &  John,  surgeons,  5  Grass- 
market 
Alexander,    Tho.    &    Son,    coopers,    71    St 

Andrew  street,  Leith 
Alexander,  T.  B.  {A.  ^  Son),  71  St  Andrew 

street,  Leith 
Alexander,  Thomas,  surg.  45  Lauriston  place 
Alexander,  Thomas,  comm.  agent,  93  Giles' 

street,  Leith 
Alexander,  Thomas,  comm.  agent,  2  Laurie 

street,  Leith 
Alexander,  Wm.,  W.S.  commissary  clerk  of 
Edinburgh,  Commissary  Ofiice,  Parliament 
square — Chambers,  10  N.  St  David  st. — ho. 
/  4  George  sq. 
Alexander,  W.  {Cockburn  ^  Co.)  11  Windsor 

street 
Alexander,  Wm.  dyer,  3  East  Mayfield  loan 
Alexander,  Wm.  21  Comely  Bank 
Alexander,  Wm.,  J.  P.  officer,  12  Charles  st. 
Alexander,  Mrs  James,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer, 
79  Kirkgate — house,  52  Charlotte  st.  Leith 
Alexander,  Mrs  &  Co.  outfitting  and  baby 

linen  warehouse,  53  George  street 
Alexander,  Mrs,  grocer,  24  Home  street 
Alexander,  Mrs,  lady's  nurse,  8  Hamilton  pi. 
Alexander,  Miss,  7  Nicolson  square 
Alison  and  Cowan,  corn  merchants,  29  Consti- 
tution street,  Leith 
Alison,  A.  8  Prince  Regent  street,  N.  Leith 
Alison,  Jn.  (^A.  S{  Cowan),  9  Hermitage  place, 

Leith 
Alison,  Dr  W.  P.   professor  of  the  practice 

of  medicine,  44  Heriot  row 
Alison,  Mrs,  1 9  Upper  Gray  street 


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And 


Allan  &  Gavin,  wine  merchants,  25  Sheriff 
brae,  Leith 

Allan,  Alexander  &  Co.  bankers,  40  Princes 
street 

Allan  and  Dunlop,  stockbrokers,  4  St  Andrew 
square 

Allan,  Alex,  millwright,  Mayfield  loan 

Allan,  Alex,  advocate,  5  Hillside  crescent 

Allan,  Alex,  goods  manager,  E.  P.  &  Duodee 
Railway — house,  3  Scotland  street 

Allan,  Alex,  cabinetmaker,  upholsterer,  and 
licensed  appraiser,  1  Shandwick  place,  and 
Castle  terrace 

Allan,  Geo.  {Ballantine  and  A.),  12  Nelson 
street 

Allan,  Geo.  {Com.  Bank),  34  Danube  street 

Allan,  George,  baker,  4  Shrub  place 

Allan,  Geo.  44  Cumberland  street 

Allan,  .lames,  tailor,  86  South  bridge 

Allan,  James,  20  Barony  street 

Allan,  James  &  Co.,  cabinetmakers  and  up- 
holsterers, 53  Earl  Gray  street 

Allan,  J.  G.  (A.  ^'  Gavin),  6  Leopold  place 

Allan,  John,  cabinetmaker,  18  Dundas  street 

Allan,  John,  87  George  street 

Allan,  John,  29  Frederick  street 

Allan,  John  R.  spirit  dealer,  435  Lawnmarket 
— ho.  Wardrop's  court,  Lawnmarket 

Allan,  Robert,  eharebroker,  29  York  place 

Allan,  Thomas  &  Co.  printers  and  publishers 
of  the  Caledonian  Mercury,  and  general  prin- 
ters, 265  High  street 

Allan,  Thos.  C.  {iicoit  &;  A.),  9  Brunton  place 

Allan,  Thomas,  manure  contractor,  1 1  Pillans' 
place 

Allan,  W.  {Customs),  Hillbousefield 

Allan,  Wm.,  S.S.C.  Moray  street 

Allan,  Mrs  Ann,  dressmaker,  68  Nicolson  st. 

Allan,  Mrs  Wm.  coal  merchant,  12  Port- 
Hamilton — house,  6  Newport  street 

Allan,  Mrs,  French  staymaker,  87  George  st. 

Allan,  Mrs,  gardener,  Lover's  lane,  Leith  wa. 

Allan,  Miss  Joanna,  11  Brandon  street 

Allan  Miss,  17  Norton  place 

Allardice  and  Sclanders,  upholsterers  and  cabi- 
netmakers to  the  Queen,  12  George  st. 

Allardice,  Thomas,  21  Howard  place 

Allen,  Alfred  {Inland  Revenue)^  68  Cumber- 
land street 

Alliance  Assurance  Co.  32  India  street — 
CM.  Bars  tow,  agent 

Alliance  British  and  Foreign  Life  and  Fire 
Assurance  Co.  95  George  street — David 
JMaclagan,  manager 

Alliance  Marine  Assurance  Co.  15  Bernard 
street — John  Warrack  &  Co.,  agents 

Allison,  Alex,  asphalter,  44  Whitfield  place — 
house,  189  Rose  street 

Allison,  James,  shipmr.  37  Couper  st.  Leith 

Allison,  John  &  Son,  house  agents  and  feu 
collectors,  24  Middle  Arthur  place 

Alloa  and  Leith  Steam  Packet  Co.'s  Office, 
Konaldson's  Wharf  I 


Allshorn,   G.  E.  surgeon  and  homoeopathic 

chemist,  69  George  street — ho.  52  Hanover 

street 
Alston,  Gleo.  clothier  and  hatter,  40  Hanover  st. 

— house,  12  AthoU  place 
Alston,  Hugh,  21  Parkside  street 
Alston,  John,  tea  dealer,  wine  merchant,  and 

grocer,  50  Tolbooih  wynd,  Leith 
Alston,  Mrs,  8  Nicolson  square 
Alves,    Charles  George,    Lieutenant- Colonel, 

H.E.LC.S.  26  Broughton  place 
Alves,  Henry  Scott,  9  Royal  terrace 
Alves,  Miss  E.   17  Uaeburn  place 
Alves,  Miss,  6  Scotland  street 
Anchor  Assurance  Co.  3  Mitchell  street — 

James  Cochrane,  agent 
Ancrum,  J.  W.  cork  manufacturer,  142  Rose 

street 
Anderson  &  Patterson,  upholsterers  and  house 

agents,  10  Queensferry  street 
Andersons  and  Wood,  merchants,  14  St  An- 
thony street 
Anderson's  Royal  Fancy  Bazaar,  47  North 

bridge 
Anderson,  Alex,  cabinetmaker,  33  Brunswick 

street 
Anderson,  Alex.  12  Hill  square 
Anderson,  Alex.  27  South  Clerk  street 
Anderson,  Alex.  Graham,  10  S.  St  James'  st. 
Anderson,  Andrew,  M.D.  40  Minto  street 
Anderson,  Archibald,  14  Bruntsfield  place 
Anderson,  Campbell,  gardener,  FiUyside  gar- 
dens 
Anderson,  Charles,  M.D.,F.R.C.S.  40  QuaUty 

street 
Anderson,  C.  W.  (R.  A.  ^  Co.  ),  1  Laverock 

bank 
I  Anderson,  Charles,  S.S.C.  41  Heriot  row 
Anderson,  D.  of  Moredun,  banker,  98  George 

street 
Anderson,  David,  spirit  merchant,  25  Citadel 
Anderson,  David,  farrier,  Hamilton's  entry 
Anderson,  DaviJ,  hairdresser,   119   Nicolson 

street 
Anderson,  D.  baker,  13  Hamilton  pL — ho.  1 

Riego  St. 
Anderson,  David  {A.d:  Wood),  15London  row 
Anderson,  D.  S.  laboratory,  247  Canongate 
Anderson,  Duncan,  Keeper  of  Chapel  Royal, 

Ironside  place 
Anderson,  Duncan,  gardener,  W.  Norton  pi. 
Anderson,  Ed.  bazaar,  6  &  7  Greenside  st. 
Anderson,  Francis,  34  Charlotte  square 
Anderson,  Geo.,  Rosebank,  Mayfield  loan 
Anderson,  George,  teacher,  8  Heriot  place 
Anderson,  George,   grocer  &   victual-dealer, 

4  Amphion  place 

Anderson,  Geo.  shipmr.  38  Bridge  st.  Leith 
Anderson,  George  S.,  writer,  28  Carnegie  st. 
Anderson,  Hart,  collector  of  West  Kirk  poor- 
rates,  1  Rutland  street 
Anderson,  Hugh,  agent  for  Falkirk  Iron  Co. 

5  Aleadow  place 


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GENERAL  DIRECTORY. 


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45 


Anderson,  Isaac,  S.S.C.   41  York  pi. — house, 

14  Mary  field 
Anderson,  James,  solicitor-at-law,  5  Hill  sq. 
Anderson,  James  (of  Customs),  4  View  place, 

Glover  street,  Leith 
Anderson,  James,  musician,  17  Canning  pi. 
Anderson,  James,  bookbinder,  68  Nicolson  st. 
Anderson,   J.   upholsterer,   28   Candlemaker 

row 
Anderson,  James,  plasterer,  Lothian  road — 

house,  23  Downie  place 
Anderson,  James  C,  Lauder  road.  Grange 
Anderson,  James,  jun.  draper,  345  High  st. 

— ho.  13  Brandon  Street 
Anderson,  James,  supervisor  of  Inland  Re- 
venue, 7  London  row 
Anderson,  James,  weaver.  Water  of  Leith 
Anderson,  James,  civil  engineer  and  architect, 

1 4  Clarence  street 
Anderson,     James,    tailor   and    clothier,   33 

Richmond  place 
Anderson,  James  T.  3  Gloucester  place 
Anderson,  James,  printer,  I  Clerk  street 
Anderson,  James,  3  Portland  place 
Anderson,  John  and  Francis,  W.S.,  50  Castle 

street 
Anderson,  John,   agent,    Stonefield  cottage, 

Morningside 
Anderson,  John  (T.  A.  Mathieson  §•   Co.), 

— ho.  Borougbmuirhead,  Morningside 
Anderson,  John,  bookbinder  &  stationer,  233 

High  street 
Anderson,  John,  grocer  and  victual  dealer,  23 

Bristo  street 
Anderson,  John,  Cafe  Royal,  1  Register  pi. 
Anderson,    John,    boot    and    shoemaker,    9 

Young  street 
Anderson,  .John,  31  St  Bernard's  crescent 
Anderson,  John,  W.S.  32  Moray  place 
Anderson,  John,  lodgings,  11  Drummond  st. 
Anderson,  John,  trowser-maker,   4i   North 

bridge — bouse,  8  Beaumont  place 
Anderson,  John,  jun.  bootmaker,  21    South 

bridge — house  5  Windmill  street 
Anderson,  John,  Holland  lodge,  S.  Gray  st. 
Anderson,  Jn.  (R.GrieveSf  Co.),  28  Saxe-co- 

burg  place 
Anderson,  John,  purveyor  offish  to  the  Queen 

for  Scotland,  106  George  street — ho.  108 
Anderson,  John,  dairy,  39  Constitution  st. 
Anderson,  John  G.,  Viewfield,  Trinity 
Anderson,  Letham,  writer,  62  Cumberland  st. 
Anderson,    Lewis,   ironmonger,     32    Bridge 

street,  Leith 
Anderson,   Matthew,   railway   contractor,    9 

Trinity  crescent 
Anderson,   Michael,   law   printer,  7  George 

street — house,  Wardie  house 
Anderson,  Patrick,  2  W.  Claremont  street 
Anderson,  Peter,  W.S.  29  Howe  street 
Anderson,  Peter,  tailor,  21  Lothian  street 
Anderson,   Peter  (^Shore  Dues),  11   Portland 

place,  Leith 


Anderson,  Robt.  teacher  of  natural  history  and 

physical  science,  7  Gayfield  square 
Anderson,  Robert,  S.S.C.  1  Dundas  street 
Anderson,  Robert  (^National  Bank),  6    West 

Preston  street 
Anderson,  Robert,  pianoforte  seller  and  tuner, 

10  Dean  street 
Anderson,  Robert,  printer,  160  High  street — 

house,  98  Grange  place 
Anderson,  Robert  &  Co.  metal  merchants,  6 

Timber  Bush,  Leith 
Anderson,  Robert,  6  Ingliston  street 
Anderson,  Robert,  gardener,  Merchiston 
Anderson,  R.  and  R.  candlemakers,  93  Giles' 

street — ho.  2  Cassels'  place,  Leith 
Anderson,  Robert  (^Normal  Institution)^  Castle 

terrace — house,  48  London  street 
Anderson,  R.  0.  (G.P.O.),  4  Great  King 

street 
Anderson,  Thos.  secretary  Nat.  Batik  of  Scot- 
land, 41  St  Andrew  square 
Anderson,  Thos.  Scott,  W.S.  1  Atholl  place 
Anderson,  W.  spirit  dealer,  33  Elbe  street 
Anderson,  Wm.  corn  merchant,  5  Archibald 

place. 
Anderson,  Wra.  perfumer,  2  East  Register  st. 
Anderson,  Wm.  Marchmont,  herald,  lyon  elk. 

depute.  Register  ho. — house,  13  Union  st. 
Anderson,  Wm.  21  Broughton  street 
Anderson,  William,  corn-dealer,  165  West  pt. 
Anderson,  Wm.  flesher,  18  Middle  market 
Anderson,  W.  and  J.  ironmongers,  22  Nicol- 
son street 
Anderson,  William,  town  clerk,  107  Consti- 
tution street,  Leith 
Anderson,  William,  merchant,  38  Constitu- 
tion street — ho.  1  Salisbury  road 
Anderson,  Wm.  baker  and  confectioner,   12 

South  College  street 
Anderson,  Wm.  trunk  &  portmanteau  maker, 

1  Charles  st. 
Anderson,  William,  slater,  227  High  street 
Anderson,  Wm.  merchant.  Hermitage  place 
Anderson,  Wm.  carter.  Junction  road,  Leith 
Anderson,  Wm.  {Betl  Sf  Co.),  7  Brown  st. 
Anderson,  Mrs  C.  ladies' nurse,  23  Howe  st. 
Anderson,  Mrs  Charles,  8  London  street 
Anderson,  Mrs  C.  10  Blackett  place 
Anderson,  Mrs,  7  George  square 
Anderson,  Mrs  Helen,  3  Hope  street 
Anderson,  Mrs  Jas.  30  Rutland  square 
Anderson,  Mrs  Jane,  grocer,  38  Home  street 
Anderson,  Mrs  John,  20  St  Cuthbert  street 
Anderson,  Mrs  John,  12  Gayfield  square 
Anderson,  Mrs,  lodgings,  22  Albany  street 
Anderson,  Mrs  Margaret,  5  Cheyne  street 
Anderson,  Mrs  Michael,  20  Howe  street 
Anderson,  Mrs  Wm.  2  London  street 
Anderson,  Mrs  M.  10  Duncan  street 
Anderson,  Mrs,  28  Rutland  square 
Anderson,  Mrs,  2  Queen  street 
Anderson,  Mrs,  20  Coates  crescent 
Anderson,  Mrs,  sick  nurse,  1  St  Bernard's  pL 


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Art 


Anderson,  Mrs,  lodgings,  39  Dublin  street 

Anderson,  Mrs,  ealing-house,  20  Rose  street 

Anderson,  Miss  Agnes,  29  Clarence  street 

Anderson,  Miss  B.  dressmaker,  16  Greenside 
place 

Anderson,  Miss  Margaret  S.  6  Windmill  st. 

Anderson,  Miss  Mary,  dressmkr.  44  India  pi. 

Anderson,  Miss,  sen.  of  Winlerfield,  24  In- 
verleith  row 

Anderson,  Miss,  46  Gilmore  place 

Anderson,  Miss,  8  Lynedoch  place 

Anderson,  Miss,  ladies'  seminary,  16  AthoU 
crescent 

Anderson,  Miss,  23  Howe  street 

Anderson,  Miss,  dressmaker,  74  Constitu- 
tion street,  Leith 

Anderson,  i\Iiss,  Rosebank,  Mayfield  loan 

Anderson,  Miss,  5  Howe  street 

Anderson,  Misses,  10  Maryfield 

Anderson,  Misses,  1  Blacket  place 

Anderson,  IVIisses,  5  Great  King  street 

Anderson,  Misses,  dressmakers,  35  West  Ni- 
colson  street 

Andrew,  James,  M.D.,  F.R.C.P.E.  15  Queen 
street 

Andrew,  Mrs,  3  Mary  place 

Andrews,  Wm.  accountant,  20  Coburg  street 

Angelica,  Mademoiselle,  teacher  of  dancing, 
1  Albyn  place 

Angus,  David  R.  bookseller,  stationer,  and 
news-agent,  9  Bread  street 

Angus,  James  H.  agent,  J  5  Buccleucb  street 

Angus,  J.  plumber  and  gasfitter,  5  Charles  st. 

Angus,  Robert,  woollen  and  linen  draper,  68 
and  69  Tolbooth  wynd — house,  2  Welling- 
ton place,  Leith 

Angus,  Thomas,  flesher,  164  Rose  street — 
house,  116 

Angus,  Wm.,  agent,  I  Market  street — house, 
1  Lothian  road 

Angus,  Mrs  C.  10  Dublin  street 

Angus,  Miss  Jessie,  dressmaker,  47  India  pi. 

Annan,  James,  plasterer,  8  Bread  st. — house, 
1  Alva  street 

Annuity  Assessment  OfBce,  12  Royal  Ex- 
change 

Anstruther,  James,  42  Moray  place 

Antiquarian  Society,  24  George  street 

Anton,  James,  agent,  2  ToUcross 

Arbuckle,  Joseph,  cutler  and  bandage  maker, 
48  Nicolson  street 

Arbuthnot,  Sir  Robert  Keith,  Bart.  16  Char- 
lotte square 

jArcher  &  Mann,  solicitors,  21  Beinard  street, 

I    Leith 

Archer,  James,  portrait  painter,  21  York  pi. 

j^.rcher,  John,  fruit  merchant,  2  Duke  street, 
Leith 

Archer,  Robt.  1  Summerfield,  Leith 

Archer,  Mrs  W.  3  Middle  Arthur  place 

Archibald,  C.  baker  &  confectioner,  1  Archi- 
bald place 

Archibald,  David,  farrier,  166  Rose  street 


Archibald,  David,  tailor,  77  Rose  street 
Archibald,  George,  10  St  Patrick  square 
Archibald,  George,  keeper.  County  Hall 
Archibald,  Jas.  surgeon,  89  Wester  Newington 
Archibald,  Jn.  victual  dealer,  3  Greenside  pi. 
Archibald,  John,  hatter,  92  High  street 
Archibald,  John,  baker,  29  Pitt  street 
Archibald,  William  Power,   hotel-keeper,  87 

Princes  street 
Archibald,  Miss,  2  South-west  Circus  place 
Archibald,  Misses,  30  Pdtt  street 
Architectural   Institute    of    Scoiland,  51 

George  street  ,| 

Arcus,  Mrs  John,  lodgings,  3  Stafford  street 
Argus  Life  Insurance  Co.  38  Frederick  street 

— Scott,  Rymer,  and  Scott,  agents 
Arkley,  Patrick,  advocate,  29  Great  King  st. 
Arkley,  Miss  Elizabeth,  furniture  sempstress, 

26  Pleasance 
Arkley,  Miss,  18  Cassells'  place 
Armet,  Wm.  &  Son,  tailors,  8  Shakspeare  sq. 
Armitage,  Alex.  B.  accountant,  40  Albany  st. 
Armitage,  Mrs  Samuel,  40  Albany  street 
Armour,  Harry,   priuter,  54  South   bridge—* 

house,  18  Buccleucb  place 
Armstrong,   Thomas,  cashier,  Bank  of  Scot- 

land — house,  ditto 
Armstrong,  William,  joiner  and  cabinetmaker, 

2  Nottingham  terrace 
Armstrong,  Miss  Margaret,  dressmaker,  2  St 

James'  place 
Arnaud,    Major,    Middlefield    house,    Leith 

walk 
Arniston  Colliery  Office,  St  Leonard's  De- 
pot— John  Wotherspoon,  agent,  17  Parkside 

street 
Arnold,  James,  baker,  25  Home  street 
Arnot,  Rev.  David,  D.D.  38  George  square 
Arnot,  Henry,  Abbey  mount 
Arnot,  Mrs  Andrew,  2  W.  Newington  place 
Arnot,  Misses,  Bellevue  cottage.  Trinity 
Arnott  &  Malcolm,  W.S.  2  Forth  street 
Arnott,  .Tames,  W.S.  5  Wemyss  place 
Arnott,  James  Rich,  dispensing  chtniist,  82 

Howe  street — house,  30 
Arnott,  James,  baker,  44  Buccleucb  street 
Arnott,  John,  W.S.  1  St  Vincent  street 
Arnott,  Mrs,  1  St  Vincent  street 
Arnott,  Mrs,  30  Howe  street 
Arnott,  Missjteacher  of  drawing,   French  and 

music,  30  Howe  street 
Arthur,  Andrew,  pastor  of  Bristo  st.  Baptist 

Church,  15  Buccleucb  pi. 
Arthur  &  Son,  clothiers,  IQ  So.  St  David  st. 
Arthur,  Chas.  secretary  to  the  Edinburgh  & 

Leith  Gas  Co.  33  Howe  street 
Arthur,  Geo.  Wellington  place 
Arthur,  John,  house  agent,  4  Roxburgh  terrace 
Arthur,   John,     railway    contractor,    11    St 

James'  place 
Arthur,  Richard,  S.S.C.  16  Royal  Exchange — 

house,  Viewfield,  Merchiston 
Arthur,  Wm.  4  Rankeillor  street 


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Arthur,  Miss,  2  Wellington  place 

Akts,  Royal  Scottish  Society  of — James  Tod, 

secretary,  55  Great  King  street 
Arts,  The  Royal  Association  for  Promotion 
of  Fine — J.  A.  Bell,  69  York  place,  sec- 
retary 
Arts,  Royal  lustitution  for  the  Encourage- 
ment of  Fine — Institution,  Mound 
Ashenheim,  Jacob,  jeweller,  silversmith,  and 

watchmaker,  25  Castle  street 
Ashworth,  Mrs,  33  Gaytield  square 
Assay,  Goldsmiths'  Office,  98  South  bridge 
Assembly  Rooms,  54  George  street 
Association  for  the  Revival  of  Sacred  Music, 

St  Cecilia  Hall,  Randolph  place 
Asylum,  Foreign  and  Domestic  Life  Assurance, 
35  Frederick  street — H.  Fraser,  W.S.  agent. 
— See  Adv. 
Asylum,  Magdalene,  181   Canongate — J.  S. 

Ogilvy,  treasurer 
Asylum  for  Industrious  Blind,  58  Nicolson 

street — Thos.  Wallace,  manager 
Asylum  for  the  Female  Blind,  38  Nicolson 

street — Miss  Bathgate,  matron 
Atkinson,  Isaac,  17  Minto  street 
Atkinson,  Jas.  Charles,  master.  Royal  Navy, 

2  Madeira  street 
Atkinson,  John  Balfour,  8  Royal  terrace 
Atkinson,  J.  T.,  General  Fost- Office,  Otchdrd- 

field,  Leith  Walk 
Atkinson,  R.  coach-hirer,  8  N.-W.  Circus  pi. 
Atlas  Fire  &  Life  Assurance  Co.'s  office — 
John  Campbell,  8  Scotland  St.,  W.  White, 
12  Frederick  st.,  H.  Tod,  5   York    place, 
G.  F.  Chiene,  7  George  street,  agents 
Auchie,   Alex,  upholst.  auctioneer,  appraiser, 
and  undertaker,  25  George  street — house, 
4  Argyle  square 
Auchie,  Alex.  jun.  Grange  road 
Aucbineloss,  John,  smith,  North  Rose  st.  lane 

—house,  24  Gardner's  crescent 
Auditor's  Chambers,  16  Royal  Exchange 
Aue,  Dr  C.  E.  teacher  of  German,  43  Northum- 

berlnd  street 
Auld,  Hugh,  40  Drummond  place 
Auld,  James,  bootmaker,  897  Lawnmarket 
Auld,  John,  W.  S.  10  Duke  street 
Auld,  John,  shoemaker,  13  Heriot's  buildings 
Auld,  John,  bootmaker,  5  Elm  row 
Auld,   Wm.   shoemaker,  513  Lawnmarket — 

house,  20  Meadow  place 
Austin,  John,  mason,  St  Bernard's  row 
Austin,  IVIrs  Elizabeth,  8  Mary  place 
Austin,  Miss,  1  Walker  street 
Ayer,  James,  tailor,  10  Catharine  street 
Aytoun,  James,  advocate,  39  Heriot  row 
Aytouii,  Wm.  Edmondstoune,  advocate,  pro- 
fessor of  rhetoric  and  belles  lettres,  sheriflf 
of  Orkney,  16  Great  Stuart  street 
Aytoun,  Mrs,  28  Inverleith  row 
Aytoun,  Mrs  M.  C.  W.  of  Purin,  19  Coates 

crescent 
Aytoun,  Miss,  39  Heriot  row 


Bawdon,  Isaac,  mail-guard,  13  Calton  hill 

Baprg,  Mrs,  46  Nicolson  street 

Bagg-iley,  W.  H.  &Co.  commission  merchants, 
50  George  street 

Baggot,  Richard,  11  Leopold  place 

Baigrie,  George,  coal  merchant,  Echo  bank 

Baijiri*,  Thos.  coal  merchant,  Scotland  Street 
Station. — See  Adv. 

Baildon,  H.  C.  chemist  and  druggist,  73  Princes 
street 

Baildon,  Wm.  druggist,  10  Torphichen  street 

Bailey,  Joseph,  Abana  villa,  Lauder  road 

Bailey,  John,  boot  &  shoemaker,  78  Princes  st. 

Bailey,  John,  1  Gardner's  crescent 

Bailey,  Wm.  jun.  commission  agent  and 
merchant,  25  Greenside  place 

Bailey,  W.  28  Danube  street 

Baillie  &  Palmer,  coach-lace  manufacturers, 
Mint  close 

Baillie,  Charles,  advocate,  sheriff  of  Stirling- 
shire, 14  Randolph  crescent 

Baillie,  George  (late  of  the  Bengal  establish- 
ment), H.E.I.C.S.  3  Atholl  crescent 

Baillie,  J.  M.  (Moncreif  Sj-  B.),  14  Walker  st. 

Baillie,  James  W.,  W.S.  agent  for  Western 
Life  Assurance  Company,  and  Law  Fire 
Assurance  Company,  14  Walker  street 

Baillie,  John,  Grange  road 

Baillie,  P.  spirit  dealer,  14  Hanover  street 

Baillie,  Robt.  G.  of  Culterallers,  14  Walker 
street 

Baillie,  Robert,  clothier,  3  Melbourne  place — 
ho.  3  Spittal  street 

Baillie,  Thomas,  S.S.C.  4  Baxter's  place 

Baillie,  Thos.  &  Nicol,  provision  mercht.  Vic- 
toria street 

Baillie,  Walter  (^Warrick  and  B.),  18  Buc- 
cleuch  place 

Baillie,  William,  of  Falahill,  W.S.  31  Regent 
terrace 

Baillie,  Wm.  5  Inverleith  terrace 

Baillie,  Wm.  R.  (^Mackenzie  and  B.),  3  Nor- 
thumberland street 

Baillie,  W.  boot  &  shoemaker,  25  Thistle  st. 

Baillie,  Zerub,  5  Brown's  place 

Baillie,  Mrs  Barb,  midwife,  2  Roxburgh  st. 

BailHe,  Mrs,  sick-nurse,  7  Wright's  houses 

Baillie,  Mrs,  7  Lynedoch  place 

Bain,  Alex.  B.  spirit  merchant,  4  Cable  wynd 

Bain,  Arthur,  printer,  5  North  bank  street 

Bain,  D.  G.  32  Alva  street 

Bain,  Daniel,  boot  and  shoemaker,  8  North 
bridge 

Bain,  Donald,  grocer,  wine  and  spirit  mercht. 
66  Briato  street 

Bain,  D.  accountant,  cham.  E.  Broughton  pi. 

Bain,  James,  1  Charles  street 

Bain,  John,  boot  and  shoemaker,  69    Shore 

Bain,  J.  spirit  merchant,  167  Canongate — 
house,  179 

Bain,  Thos.  cabinetmaker  &  upholr.  Coates 
place — house,  26  Bread  street 

Bain,  William,  lodgings,  8  Kerr  street 


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Bain,  Mrs,  9  Trinity  crescent 

Bain,  Mrs  Marion,  29  Clarence  street 

Bain,  Mrs,  brok.  &  str-hat  mak.  157  Cowgate 

Bain,  Miss,  crimper  and  gofferer,   16  Calton 

street 
Baird,  A.,  tea  dealer  and  grocer,  34  Home  8t. 
Baird,  Captain  Andrew,  18  Grove  street 
Baird,  James,  fruiterer,  18  Stockbridge  market 
Baird,  JohnW.,  W.S,  4  Drummond  place 
Baird,  John,  skinner  and  wool  dealer.  Silver 

mills 
Baird,  Joseph,  merchant,  14i  Royal  Exchange 

— house,  28  Minto  street 
Baird,    William    {G.P.-O.),    Rose    cottage, 

Hewitt  place 
Baird,  Wm.  plasterer,  Coates  place 
Baird,  Mrs  Nicol,  11  Annandale  street 
Baird,  Mrs  W.  G.  20  Drummond  place 
Baird,  Mrs,  of  Camelon,  4  S.-W,  Circus  pi. 
Baird,  Miss,  23  Broughton  place 
Bairnsfaiher,  Mrs,  16  Howard  place 
Baker,  Geo.  Rainbow  tavern.  North  bridge 
Bald,  Robert,   mining  engineer,   33   Albany 

street 
Bald,  Mrs,  sick-nurse,  27  William  street 
Balderston,  Mrs,  23  Melville  street 
Baldwin,  Mrs  B.  M.  2  Claremont  place 
Balfour  &  Co.,  wine  merchants,   14  George 

street 
Balfour,  Alexander,  teacher,  Bell's  school,  Gt. 

Junction  street,  Leith — house,  Northfield 
Balfour,  Andrew,  3  St  John's  hill 
Balfour,  Andrew,  20  Elder  street 
Balfour,  Geo.  C.  advocate,  3  Darnaway  street 
Balfour,  J.  H.,  M.D.  professor  of  medicine 

and  botany,  2  Bellevue  crescent 
Balfour,  Jas.  of  Pilrig,  W.S.  9  Picardy  pi. — 

house,  Pilrig  house 
Balfour,  James,  jun.  W.S.  Waterloo  place — 

house,  Bonnington  brae 
Balfour,  J.  &  J.  M.,  W.S.  9  Picardy  place 
Balfour,  .James,  12  Maitland  street 
Balfour,  John  M.,  W.S.  9  Picardy  place- 
house,  Pilrig  house 
Balfour,  John  &  Co.  corn  factors,  133  Con- 
stitution street — house,  10  Waterloo  place 
Balfour,  Robert,  accountant,  secretary  of  City 
of  Glasgow  Life  Assurance  Co.  17  Clare- 
mont crescent 
Balfour,  Thos.  A.  G.,  M.D.,  3  St  John's  Hill 
Balfour,  Thos.  flax  mercht.  118  High  street 
Balfour,  Rev.  Wm.  3  St  John's  hill 
Balfour,  Mrs  Wm.  Salisbury  Green  cottage 
Balfour,  ]Mrs  Melville,  19  Warriston  crescent 
Balfour,  Mrs,  10  Waterloo  place 
Balfour,  Mrs,  2  Moray  place 
Balfour,  Misses,  20  Elder  street 
Ballantine   &    Allan,   house- painters,   glass- 

stainers,  and  japanners,  42  George  street 
Ballantine,  James  {B.  Sf  Allan),  Warrender 

lodge 
Ballantine,  John,  farmer,  Upper  Braid 
Ballantine,  J.  saddler,  8  Lothian  road 


Ballantyne,  James,  baker,  42  Clerk  street 
Ballantyne,  Rev.  James,  12  Rankeillor  street 
Ballantyne,  .J.  stationer   and   bookseller,  49 

Bernard  street — house,  5  Summerfield 
Ballantyne,  James,  merchant,  31  Clerk  street 
Ballantyne,  J.   A.,   printer  and  stereotyper, 

Paul's  Work — ho.  6  Lauriston  Lane 
Ballantyne,    John,    historical    and    portrait 

painter,  A.R.S.A.  6  Abercromby  place 
Ballantyne,  Robert  M.  {T.  Constable  d;  Co.), 

2  Windsor  street 
Ballantyne,  Wm.  late  of  Customs,   11  Van- 
burgh  place,  Leith 
Ballantyne,  Mrs  A.  2  Windsor  street 
Ballantyne,  Mrs  Wm.  13  Gay  field  square 
Ballantyne,  Misses,  dressmakers,  55  India  pi. 
Balleny,  John,  Bainfield,  Queensferry  road, 

Leith 
Balleny,  W.  superintendent  of  the  Edinburgh 

Cemetery,  3  Warriston  crescent 
Balleny,  Miss,  57  Albany  street 
Balleny,  Miss,  corset  maker,  6  Bristo  street 
Balmain,  James,  4  East  Adam  street 
Balmain,    Michael,    accountant    {Clydesdale 

Bank),  19  Pitt  street 
Balmain,  Miss,  dressmaker,  219  High  street 
Balmain,  Misses,   milliners,  &c.  21  Charloite 

street,  Leith 
Balmer,  ]\Irs,  ladies'  nurse,  13  Hill  place 
Bank  of   Scotland,  Bank  siieet — Branch, 

36  Constitution  street,  Leith    Tho.  Jones, 

agent 
Banks,  Alex.  jun.  bookbinder  and  stationer, 

29  North  Bridge 
Banks,  Geo.  boot  and  shoe  manufacturer,  7 

Union  place 
Banks,    Henry,   merchant  tailor,  22    Duke 

street 
Banks,  John,  die  &  stamp  cutter,  59  S.  Bridge 
Banks,  Peter  S.,  S.S.C.  67  Great  King  street 
Banks,  Robert,  grocer,  59  Pleasance,  and  6 

India  place 
Banks,  Wm.    engraver,  printer,   and   litho- 
grapher, 26   Waterloo  place — house,  13  St 

James'  square 
Banks,  Wm.  grocer  and  wine  merchant,   I 

Pitt  Street 
Banks,  Miss  Elizabeth,  2  Elm  row  ] 

Banks,  Misses,  9  Hamilton  place,  Newington      j 
Bannatyne  Club — David  Laing,  secretary. 

Signet  Library 
Bannatyne,  Peter  {National  Bank),  3  South 

Fort  street,  Leith 
Banner  &  Co.  tea  and  coffee  merchants,  4 

Victoria  terrace 
Bannerman,  Jas.,  D.D.  professor  of  divinity. 

New  College,  7  Clarendon  crescent 
Bannerman,  Mrs,  2  Romily  place 
Bannerman,  Mrs,  midwife  and  sicknurse,  39 

India  place 
Bannerman,  Miss,  embroiderer,  4  North  St 

James'  street 
Baptie,  David,  musical  copyist,  98  Rosest. 


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Baptie,  John,  carpenter  and  house  agent,  30 

Earl  Grey  street 
Baptie,  Mrs,  15  Gardner's  crescent 
Barber,  Mrs  H.  spirit  dealer,  6  Carrubber's 

close 
Barbour,  G.  F.,  The  Grange  house 
Barbour,  Mrs  Geo.  17  Gardner's  crescent 
Barclay,  Davidson,  basket  maker,   toy  and 

fancy  warehouse,  71  North  Hanover  street 
Barclay,  Geo,  commission  agent,  9  Gardner's 

crescent 
Barclay,   Geo.  {^Berry,   Henderson^  d:   Co),   1 

Carleton  terrace 
Barclay,  John,  merchant,  5  Leven  street 
Barclay,  Major  P.  14  Coates  crescent 
Barclay,   William   C.    painter   and  gilder,  2 

Roxburgh  place — h<».  13  Drummond  street 
Barclay,  Mrs  A.  D.  5  Cassell's  place 
Barclay,  Miss,  7  Carlton  terrace 
Barker,  Barnard,  clothes  broker,  139  Cowgate 
Barker  and  Forbes,  tailors  and  clothiers,  31 

South  bridge 
Barker,  Patrick,  furn.  dealer,  172  Cowgate 
Barker,  Thos.  inspector  of  letter-carriers,  5-b 

St  Patrick  square 
Barker,  Miss,  matron,  Stewart's  hospital 
Barland,  John  Watling,  chemist  and  druggist, 

21  Home  street 
Barlas,  James,  secretary,   Scottish  Union  In- 
surance Co.  47  George  street 
Barlas,  Robert,  land  valuator,  34  Gilmore  pi. 
Barlow,   John,  veterinary  surgeon,    assistant 

professor  Veterinary  College,  8  Clyde  street 
Barlovv^,  John,  1  Pilrig  street 
Barlow,  Mrs,  15  Stafford  street 
Barnes,  Misses,  Madeira  place,  Canaan  lane 
Barnetson,  Alex.  (Lieut.  H.  P.),  3  Clarence 

street 
Barnett,  John,  watchmaker  and  jeweller,  128 

Nicolson  street 
Barr,  Wm.  victual  &  spirit  dealer,  30  Cowgate 
Barrie,  Andrew,  clock  and  watchmaker  (/a/e 

Whitelaw  Sf  B.),  3  S.  St  Andrew  street 
Barron,  John,  accountant  and  depute  clerk  of 

teinds,  45  Queen  street 
Barron,  Mrs,  9  Mansfield  place 
Barrowman,  A.  Duncan,  janitor.  University 
Barrowman,  Mrs,  19  St  Patrick  square 
Barry,  Jn.  H.,  British  hotel,  wine  merchant, 

70  Queen  street,  and  Granton  hotel,  Gran- 
ton  Pier 
Barry,  Colonel,  R.  E.  4  Windsor  street 
Barstow,  Charles  M.  accountant,  32  India  st. 
Bartholomew,  George,  engraver,  20  Hadding- 
ton place 
Bartholomew,  John,  engraver,  13  Union  st. 
Bartholomew  &  Law  {late  Metcalf  ^  Co.)^ 

milliners  and  dressmakers,  29  Queen  street 
Barton,  John,  6  Saunders  street 
Barton,  Robt.  Bangholm  bower.  Trinity 
Barton,  Miss,  lodgings,  9  South-east  Circus  pi. 
Bartram,  James,  bootmaker,  114  Nicolson  st. 
Barty,  Margaret,  30  Hamilton  place 


Baths,  Public,  12  Nicolson  square — David 

Little,  manager 
Baxter,  C.  and^E.,  W.S.  32  Castle  street 
Baxter,  Chas.  (C.  Sf  E.  Baxter),  3  Brandon 

street 
Baxter,  Edmund  (  C  §•  -E.  Baxter),  3  Bran- 
don street 
Baxter,  John,  5  Lutton  place 
Baxter,  John,  3  East  Broughton  place 
Baxter,  Peter,  S.S.C.,  51  N.  Hanover  street 
Baxter,  Wm.  flesher,  15  East  Adam  street 
Baxter,  M.  &  E.  victual  dealers,241Canongate 
Baxter,  Mrs  M.  lodgings,  52  Bristo  street 
Baxter,  Mrs  William,  8  Albany  street,  Leith 
Baxter,  Miss,  matron.  Royal  Infirmary 
Baxter,  Miss,  dressmaker,  32  Frederick  street 
Baxter,  Misses,  22  Scotland  street 
Bayley,  Isaac,  S.S.C.  {M'Ritchie,  B.,  ^  Hen- 
derson^, 13  Regent  terrace 
Bayne,  Charles,  fruiterer,  87  Princes  street 
Bayne,  Christopher,  boot  and  shoe  maker,  G4 

Leith  street 
Bayne,  James,  S.S.C.  99  George  street 
Bayne,  Jas.  spirit  dealer,  7  Hanover  street 
Bayne,  John  {Boyd  ^  B.),  29  Rose  street 
Bayne,  Menzies,  painter,  glazier,  and  paper- 
hanger,  27  Elder  st. — ho.  65  Pleasance 
Bayne,  Mrs,  15  Dublin  street 
Bayne,  Miss  Lihas,  7  Rankeillor  street 
Beadie,  J.  C.  merchant,  36  Sheriff'brae,  Leith 
Beaton,  A.  dyer  and  renovator,  3  Nelson  st. 
Beaton,  Dun.  grocer  and  spirit  mer.  6  Cowgate 
Beaton,  Hugh,  coal  mercht.  8  Fountainbridge 
Beatson,  David,  mercht.  Madeira  st.  Leith 
Beatson,  David  (session-clerk  for  the   city), 

City  Chambers 
Beatson,  James  {Council  Record  Department), 

23  Clerk  !^t. 
Beatson,  Robt.  writer,  Ferneyhill,  by  Libert. 
Beatson,  William,  grocer  andprovi^ion  dealer, 

134  Nicolson  street 
Beatson,  Mrs,  matron,  Edin.  poor's  house 
Beattie,  Adam,  builder,  100  Laurifton  jdace 
Beattie,  Adam,  millmaster,  2  Huntly  street 
Beattie,  Alexander,  Star  hotel,  36  Princes  st. 
Beattie,  George  (  W.  B.  ^-  Sons),  5  Lothian 

road 
Beattie,  J.  M.  I  Leslie  place 
Beattie,  John,  auctioneer,  50  Nicolson  street 
Beattie,  John,  tobacco  manufr.  11  Cowgate- 

head — house  10  Graham  street 
Beattie,  Peter,  inspector  of  poor,  163  Canon- 
gate — house  6  Comely  green  place 
Beattie,  Wm.   and   Sons,  builders  and  wood 
merchants,  23  Bread  street,  and  15  Foun- 
tain bridge 
Beattie,  Wm.  (  W.  B.  Sr  Sons),  122  Lauriston 

place 
Beattie,  Mrs,  58  Queen  street 
Beattie,   Miss  Jane,  teacher  of  drawing,   IQ 

London  street 
Beck,  Miss  Jemima,  3  Stafford  street 
Beda,  A.  W.  agent^  54  Constitution  street     , 


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Bee,  David,  victual  dealer,  190  Cowgate 
Beenie,  Mrs  Andrew,  2  Druminond  street 

Beenie,  John,  baker,  3  St  Aniliony  place 
Begbie  &  Lee,  heraldic  and   ornamental  en- 
gravers &  printers,  75  Princes  street 

Begbie,  Alex,  shoemaker,  138  Nicolson  street 

Begbie,  James,  plasterer,  191  Canongate 

Begbie,  James,  M.D.  physician,  3  Charlotte 
square 

Begbie,  James  Warburton,  M.D.  21  Alva  st. 
Begbie,  Major  Thomas  Stirlin^%  42  Casde  st. 

Begbie,  John,  dairyman,  191  High  street 

Begbie,  Peter  and  Co.  smiths  and  iron- 
mongers, 29  E.  Rose  street  lane 

B  gbie,  Peter,  coal  merchant,  31  Constitution 
street,  Leith — house,  105 

Begbie,  Robt.  {B.  ^-  Lee),  12  Antigua  street 

Begbie,  W.  &  Co.  lapidaries,  9  Leith  street 
terrace 

Begbie,  W.  M.  teacher,  6  X.  E.  Circus  place 

Begbie,  Wm.  stoneware  dealer,  28  Sandport 
street — house,  16 

Begbie,  Miss,  36  Alva  street 

Beilby,  Geo.  Thos.,  M.D.  surgeon.  Falcon 
cottage,  Morning^ide 

Beitb,  Donald  {Murray  8f  Beith),  50  Castle 
street 

Belford,  Colin  G.  5  Dundas  street 

Belfrage,  William,  writer,  49  Queen  street — 
house,  Windlestrawlee 

Belfrage,  W.  hosier,  glover,  shirt  and  stock 
maker,  75  George  street — house,  73 

Bell  &  Bradfute,  booksellers,  12  Bank  street 

Bell,  Rannie,  and  Co.  wine  merchants,  62 
Constitution  street,  Leith 

Bell  &  Dodds,  shoemakers,  12  Victoria  st. 

Bell  &  McLean,  W.S.  5  Hill  street 

Bell  &  Co.  boot  and  shoe  makers,  33  South 
bridge 

Bell,  Alex.  Melville,  prof,  of  elocution  and 
vocal  physiology,  for  the  removal  of  stam- 
mering, &c.  13  South  Charlotte  street 

Bell,  Alex.  M.,  W.S.  East  Morningside  ho. 

Bell,  Alex,  ironmonger,  98  Princes  st. — 
house,  28  Torphichen  street 

Bell,  Archibald,  advocate,  81  Great  King  st. 

Bell,  Andrew  B.  advocate,  20  Great  King  si. 

Bell,  Archibald,  bookbinder,  40  East  Rose 
lane — house,  17  Rose  street 

Bull,  Benj.  surg.  F.R.C.S.  8  Shandwick  pi. 

Bell,  Benj.  R.  advocate,  sheriff  of  Elgin  and 
Nairnshire,  6  Shandwick  place 

Bell,  Dr  Charles,  physician  and  accoucheur,  36 
India  street 

Bell,  Dandeson  C,  H.E.L  C.S.  7  Darnaway  st. 

Bell,  G.  Graham,  advocate,  43  Melville  st. 

Bell,  G.  Hamilton,  F.R.C.S.  13  Charlotte  sq. 

Bell,  Geo.,  M.D.,  4  AihoU  place 

Bell,  George,  cabinetmaker,  8  St  James'  sq. 

Bell,  Geo.  jeweller  and  silversmith,  44  North 
bridge — house,  44  Rankeillor  street 

Pell,  Geo.  wine  merchant,  1  Queen's  place, 
Leith  walk 


Bell,  James,  clock   and  machine  maker,  7 

Richmond  place 
Bell,  James  &  Son,  bell  hangers  and  Venetian 

window  blind  makers,  16  S.  St  Andrew  st. 
Bell,  J.  A.  architect,  69  York  place 
Bell,  James  &  Co.  wine  merchants  and  corn 

factors,  50  Bernard  street,  Leith 
Bell,   J.   Montgomerie,  advocate,  and  sheriff 

of  KincardiiieHhire,  4  Forres  street 
Bell,  James,  S.S.C.  25  York  place,  agent  for 

the  Commercial  Credit  Mutual  Assurance 

Society,  and  the  Law,  Property,  Fire  and 

Life  Assurance 
Bell,  .John  B.  writing-master,  and  teacher  of 

arithmetic   and    book-keeping,   36    George 

street — house,  Liuder  road 
Bell,  John,  writer,  10  Craigside  place 
Bell,  John  Beatson,   of   Glenfarg,  W.S.  20 

Great  King  street 
Bell,  John  {Thos.  B.    Campbell  6f  Co.),  8 

Picardy  place 
Bell,  John,  tailor  and  clothier,  27  S.  Hanover 

street 
Bell,  J.  &     W.    cork    manufacturers,    115 

Kirkgate 
Bell,  Lindesay,  3  St  Bernard's  row 
Bell,  Oswald,  Major  E.I.C.S.,  Greenhill  gar- 
dens 
Bell,  Peter,  11  Gilmour  place 
Bell,  P.  smith  and  ironmonger,  9  North-west 

Circus  place 
Bell,  Robert,  advocate,  and   sheriff  of   Ber- 
wickshire, 15  Great  Stuart  street 
Bell,  Robert  C.  engraver,  3  Summerhall  pi. 
Bell,  Robert  F.  &  Son,  corn  factors  and  general 

commission  agents,  5  Union  place 
Bell,  Robt.  architect  and  land  surveyor,  25  St 

Patrick  square 
Bell,  Thomas,  smith,  Broughton  market — ho. 

7  Union  street 
Bell,  Walter  (Stewart  S,-  B.),  3  Wallace  place 
Bell,  Walter,  bootmaker,  16  Lothian  street 
Bell,  William  H.  assistant  clerk  of  Session,  10 

West  Maitland  street 
Bell,    Wm.,   S.S.C.   and   notary- public,    19 

Elder  street 
Bell,  W.  sacking  manufacturer,  89  West  bow 
Bell,  William,  stock  and  share  broker,2  North 

St  David  street 
Bell,  Mrs  Adam,  Larkfield,  Trinity 
Bell,  Mrs  Carlyle,  66  Northumberland  st. 
Bell,  Mrs  Charles  R.  20  Pitt  street 
Bell,  Mrs  Robert,  30  Royal  circus 
Bell,  Mrs,  22  Forth  street 
Bell,  Mrs,  4  Atholl  place 
Bell,  Mrs,  6  Dean  terrace 
Bell,  Miss,  2  Barony  street 
Bell,  Miss  Jane,  dressmaker,  10  Calton  hill 
Bell,  Miss,  milliner,  340  Lawnmarket 
Benevolent  and  Stranger's  Friend  Society, 

84  High  street — Robt.  Anderson,  treasurer 
Benhar  Colliery  Office,  Haymarket  station — 

C.  Brown,  agent 


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Bettholme,  Hon.  Lord,  76  Great  King  street 

Bennet,  Alex.,  W.S.  16  Howe  street— ho.  18 

Bennet,  Archibald,  sec.  Bunk  of  Scotland^ 
Caroline  cottage 

Bennet,  Charles,  cabinetmaker  and  uphol- 
sterer, 33  Frederick  street 

Bennet,  Forrest,  woollen  draper,  hosier,  and 
hatter,  96  Kirkgate,  Leith 

Bennet,  J.  jun.  clerk,  Helen  place,  Leith 

Bennet,  James,  corn-factor,  13  Bernard  street 
— house,  5  Hope  street 

Bennet,  Lieut.  Lindsay,  11  W.  Richmond  st. 

Bennet,  Mrs  John,  sen.  waggoner,  31  Queen 
street,  Leith 

Bennet,  Ann  and  Maria,  embroiderers,  138 
Kirkgate 

Bennet,  Mrs,  6  Upper  Dean  terrace 

Bennet,  Miss,  22  Scotland  street 

Bennett,  Dr,  prof,  ot  Institute  of  medicine  & 
consulting  physic.  F.R.C.P.  1  Gleniinlas  st. 

Bernard,  Tlios.  and  J  as.  distilkrs,  Leith  Dis- 
tillery, 9  Yardheads 

Bernard,  Thos.  and  Jas.  brewers,  71  North 
back  ot  Canongate 

Bernard,  Thomas  {T.  ^  J.  Bernard),  17  Leo- 
pold place 

Bernardes,  Robert,  boatbuilder,  Newhaven 

Berry,  Henderson,  and  Co.  corn-factors  and 
merchants,  127  Constitution  street 

Berry,  David,  builder,  9  Society 

Berry,  James,  saddler,  13  Bread  street 

Berry,  Ja^.  saddler,  11  Constitution  st. 

Berry,  Lawrence,  plasterer,  3  Greenside  row 

Berry,  Walter,  4  Hermitage  place.  Links 

Berry,  Mrs,  36  Cumberland  street 

Berry,  Mrs,  of  Tayfield,  13  Claremont  cresct. 

Berry,  Miss,  2  Loudon  street 

Bertram,  D.  F.  bookseller,  117  Nicolson  st. 

Bertram, Geo.  {W.  4-  G.  B.),  14  Upper  Gray 
street 

Bertram,  Jas.  engineer  and  millwright,  An- 
derson's place 

Bertram,  Jus.  Glass,  &  Co.  periodical  venders 
and  news  agents,  27  Hanover  street 

Bertram,  John  A.  and  Co.  wine  merchants, 
26  Quality  street,  Leith 

Bcriram,  John  Archibald,  16  Leopold  place 

Bertram,  Wm.  &  Geo.  millwrights  and  en- 
gineers, 14  East  Sciennes  street 

Bertram,  Wm.  {W.  ^-  G.  B.),  3  Sciennes  pi. 

Bertram,  Mrs,  Middlefield  house 

Bertram,  Mrs,  Canaan  grove 

Bertram,  Miss,  of  Kerswell,  21  Rutland  sq. 

Berwick,  A.  &  Co.  brewers,  Wilson's  court, 
134  Canongate 

Berwick,  David,  23  Howard  place 

Berwick,  John  B.  50  Albany  street 

Berwick,  Mrs  William,  SO  Albany  street 

Best,  Miss,  12  Leopold  place 

Bethune,  Johrt,  writer,  9  Mackenzie  place 

Bethune,  Mrs,  36  Moray  place 

Betts,  James,  27  East  Claremont  street 

Beveridge,  James,  1  Wardie 


Beveridge,  J.  Pringle,  account.  14  Duke  st. 
Beveridge,  John,  practitioner  for  synovial  dis- 
eases, "26  London  street 
Beveridge,  P.  S.  (^S*.  §-  F.  S.  B.),  38  Bernard 

street 
Beveridge,  Robert,  baker,  54  London  street 
Beveridge,  S.  (S.  ^  P.  S.  B.),  3  John's  pi. 
Beveridge,  S.  &  P.  S.  solicitors  and  notaries 

public,  38  Bernard  street,  Leith 
Beveridge,  Thomas,  D.C.S.  14  Duke  street 
Beveridge,  Thos.   Knox,  W.S.  assistant  clerk 

of  session,  98  Lauriston  place 
Beveridge,  Mrs  Matia,  spirit  dealer,  Bonning- 

ton  bridge 
Bews,  J.  M.  writer,  30  Rutland  square 
Biggar,  John,  cabinetmaker  and  undertaker,  72 

Clerk  street — houne,  45  Montagu  street 
Biggar,  Benjamin,  merchant,  7  Timber  bush 
Biggar,  M'^alter,  15  Claremont  crescent 
Bill-Chamber,  Register  house 
Billet-Maste  ii's  Office,  Police  office,  Leith 
Billing,  William  N.,  HomcEopathic  chemist, 

19  Castle  street 
Binnie,  Alex,  spirit  dealer,  48  Grassmarket 
Binnie,  John,  baker,  Murrayfield 
Binny,  Graham,  W.S.  9  Hart  street 
Bird,  Hen.  grocer  &  spirit  mer.  2  Leggat's 

land — house,  3  Johnston  place 
Bird,  Henry,  gro.  &  spirit  mtrch.  Castle  barns 
Bird,  Thomas  (/.  Sr  A.  Reid  ^  Co.),  26  and  27 

South  bridge 
Bird,  Mrs,  7  India  street 
Birkmyre,   Rev.  John,  D.D.  4  Comely  bank 
Birrel,  Wm.  cabinetmaker,  347  Cowgate 
Birrel,  William,  messenger.   Union  Bank^  5 

St  James'  square 
Birrel,  Mrs  Catharine,  15  Buccleuch  street 
Bishop,  J.  boot  &  shoemaker,  71  Broughton 

street 
Bishop,  J.  B.  engraver,  19  Union  st. 
Bishop,  Jas.  coal  merchant,  10  Port-Hopetoun 
Bishop,    John,    merchant,  1  West  Nicolson 

street 
Bishop,  John,  seedsman,  49  Kirkgate,  Leith 
Bishop,  J.  victual  dealer,  53  Hanover  street 
Bishop,  William,    flesher,  2  Bristo  street — 

house,  56  Lothian  street 
Bishop,  Mrs,  46  Great  King  street 
Bishop,  Mrs,  Tipperlinn 
Bishop,  Mrs,  17  Albany  street,  Leith 
Bishop,  Mrs,  26  Elder  street 
Bisset,  Archibald,  draper,  43  Home  street 
Bisset,  George,  smith  and  bell-hanger,   161 

Rose  street 
Bisset,  James,  builder,  20  Nelson  street 
Bisset,  Mrs  Thomson,   13  Tolbooth   wynd, 

Leith 
Bisset,   Miss  Margaret,    dressmaker,   6  East 

Broughton  place 
Black,  Adam  and  Chas.  booksellers,  6  North 

Bridge 
Black,  Adam  {Adam  8;  Charles  5.),  38  Drum- 

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Black,  Adam,  teacher  of  English  and  elocution, 
27  Buccltuch  place. 

Black,  Alex,  architect,  surveyor,  and  super- 
intendent of  works  for  Heriot's  Hospital, 
12  Royal  Exchange — ho.  19  Lauriston  st. 

Black,  Alex,  professor  of  exegetical  theology, 
F.  C.  College,  16  Claremont  crescent 

Black,  Andrew,  brushmaker,  30  St  Andrew  sq. 
— house,  15  Clyde  street 

Black,  Chas.  {A.  ^  C.  Black),  23  Scotland  st. 

Black,  D.  M.  &  H.,  W.S.  21  St  Andrew  sq. 

Black,  David,  tobacconist,  27  Princes  street 
and  70  Leitb  st. — ho.  13  Rankeillor  st. 

Black,  David,  shoemaker,  Hillhousefield 

Black,  David  Martin,  21  St  Andrew  square 

Black,  G  &  J.  Caw,  messengers-at-arins  anJ 
sheriff-officers,  30  St  James'  square 

Black,  Geo.  (B.  Sf  Caw),  30  St  James'  sq. 

Black,  Henry,  solicitor,  21  St  Andrew  square 

Black,  Hugh,  2  Model  buildings 

Black,  James  Tait  (/4.  §•  C.  Black),  10  Lon 
don  street 

Black,  James,  smith  and  machine  maker, 
Richmond  court — house,  80  Potterrow 

Black,  James,  30  Saxe-coburg  place 

Black,  John  &  Son,  tailors,  clothiers,  and  out- 
fitters, 15  Commercial  place — ho.  19 

Black,  John,  paper-ruler,  132  High  street 

Black,  John  E.  baker,  Morningside 

Black,  John,  mail-guard,  22  Broughton  st. 

Black,  John,  19  India  street 

Black,  John,  advocate,  41  Northumberland  st. 

Black,  John  (Cay  ^-  Black),  12  Castle  street 

Black,  Jn.  letter-carrier,  Corunna  place 

Black,  Peter,  joiner,  Hillhousefield 

Black,  Thomas,  coal  merchant,  3 1  Cumberland 
street 

Black,  W.,  merchant  and  commission  agent, 
37  Charlotte  st.,  Leith — ho.,  Williamfield, 
Bonnington  road 

Black,  William,  7  Union  street 

Black,  William,  tea,  wine,  and  spirit  mer- 
chant, 1  Norton  place — ho.  3 

Black,  Mrs  M.  Whitebank,  Canaan 

Black,  Mrs  W.  19  Canongate 

Black,  Mrs,  4  Great  King  street 

Black,  Mrs,  15  Buccleuch  street 

Black,  Miss  A.  lodgings,  13  Pitt  street 

Black,  Miss  Isabella,  21  Montagu  street 

Black  &  Callender,  JVIisses,  boarding  school, 
21  Forth  street 

Black  and  Logan,  dressm.  83  Great  King  st. 

Blackadder,  Jas.  34  Abercromby  place 

Black  Braes  Colliery  office,  16  So.  St  Andrew 
street 

Blackburn,  Andrew,  banker,  9  St  Andrew  sq. 

Blackburn,  Robert  B.  advocate,  9  Great 
Stuart  street 

Blackburn,  Samuel,  portrait-painter,  29  Drum- 
mond  place 

Blackball  and  Fox,  grocers,  211  Canongate 

Blackball  &  Scott,  comb  manufacturers,  21 
New  street  and  22  North  bridge 


Blackball,  Mrs  James,  22  Upper  Gray  st. 
Blackball,  Miss,  17  Greenside  street 
Blackie,  Alex.  16  Gayfield  square 
Blackie,  Andrew,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  46 

High  street 
Blackie  and  Son,  publishers  and  booksellers, 

5  South  College  street 
Blackie,  George  V.   gardener,  Summerfield, 

Leith 
Blackie,  John  Stuart,  professor  of  Greek,  43 

Castle  street 
Blackie,  John  R.  watchmaker,  36  Bridge  st. 

Leith 
Blackie,  John,  grocer,  tea,   wine,  and  spirit 

merch.,  207  Cowgate — ho.  138  Nicolson  st. 
Blackie,  Robt.  head  porter.  Royal  Infirmary 
Blackie,  Thos.  macer  (C.  of  Scs.),  13  London 

street 
Blackwell,  J.  C.  accountant  and  agent,  26  St 

James  equare 
Blackwell  and   Munro,  wholesale  fruit    and 

spice  merchants,  13  ileuse  lane 
Blackwell,  R  ,  Somerville  cottage,  Leith  walk 
Blackwell,  Thos.  (-B.  ^  Mmiro),  46  Albany  st. 
Blackwood,    Alexander,    shipmaster,    3   Fort 

street,  Leith 
Blackwood,  Jas.,  W.S.  stock  &  share  broker, 

19  St  Andrew  square 
Blackwood,  John  {JV.  B.  ^  Sons),  3  Ran- 
dolph crescent 
Blackwood,  T.  and  J.  silk  mercers,  43  Geo.  st. 
Blackwood,   Thomas  {T.  Sf  J.  Blackwood), 

43  George  street 
Blackwood,  Captain  W.  5  Coates  crescent 
Blackwood,    William    and    Sons,   publishers, 

booksellers,  and  printers,  45  George  street 
Blackwood,    Wm.  (T.   4-  J.  Blackwood),  5 

Clarendon  crescent 
Blackwood,  Mrs  Robert,  5  Archibald  place 
Blackwood,  Miss,  39  Melville  street 
Blackwood,  Miss,  1  Darn  away  street 
Bladworth,  J.  Sheffield  and  Birmingham  ware- 
houseman, 52  Lothian  street — lio.  5  Preston 

street 
Bladworth,  Richd.  wholesale  ironmonger  and 

hardware  merchant,  3  Melbourne  place 
Bladworth,  Mrs  William,  4  Ladyfield  place 
Blaik,  David,  engraver,  34  Xorth  bridge 
Blaikie,  G.  F.  consulting  engineer,  17  Union 

place 
Blaikie,  James  &  Son,  iron  founders,  Canon- 
gate foundry,  Tolbooth  wynd 
Blaikie,  James  {Jan.  B.  and  Sons),  1  St  John 

street 
Blaikie,  Jas.  jun.  {Jas.  B.  §•  Sons),  I  St  John 

street 
Blaikie,  Thomas  (J.    G.    Thomson  and  Co.), 

29  St  Andrew  street,  Leith 
Blaikie  &  Douglas,  engineers  and  millwrights, 

32  Bath  street,  Leith 
Blaikie,  Rev.  W.  G.  25  Pilrig  street 
Blaikie,  Mrs,  10  Rankeillor  street 
Blaikie,  Mrs  Margt.  7  Windsor  street 


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Blair    and    Kennedy,   drysalters,   40   Leith 

street 
Blair,   Charles,  clothier  &  breeches  maker, 

377  High  street 
Blair,  C.  {Herdman  ^-  5.)  20  An nandale  street 
Blair,   Hugh   (^Hunter,   B.,  and  Cowan),    IS 

Randolph  crescent 
Blair,  James,  tea  dealer,  3  Fountainbridge 
Blair,  John,  &  Co.  brewers  and  maltsters,  23 

N.  B.  of  Canongate 
Blair,  John,  W.S.  10  Ann  street 
Blair,  John,  engineer,  19  London  row,  Leith 
Blair,  Robert,  Italian  wareh.  &  confectioner, 

37  George  street — house  50 
Blair,  Thomas,  spirit  dealer,  54  Regent  arch 
Blair,  Mrs,  of  Avonton,  30  Charlotte  square 
Blair,  Mrs  F.  1  Walker  street 
Blair,  Mrs  Henry,  Bonnington  mills 
Blair,  Mrs  J.  C.  15  Fettes  row 
Blair,  Miss  Charlotte,  43  Albany  street 
Blair,  Miss  J.  Hunter,  8  Torphichen  street 
Blair,  Miss,  grocer,  19  Greenside  row 
Blake,  John,  London  pianoforte  agent,  133 

Princes  street 
Blake,   Misses  Rachel  and  Anne,  teachers  of 

pianoforte  and  singing,  133  Princes  street 
Blauc,    Victor,    importer   of  ladies'   French 

boots  and  shoes,  69  George  street 
Blane,  William,  grocer,  149  Fountain  bridge 
BlanshardjGeo.  {Raimes,  Blanshard,  8(   Co.), 

15  Smith's  place 
Blanshard,  Thos.  (Raimes,  Blanshard,  &;  Co.), 

17  Smith's  place 
Blanshard,  Miss,  17  Smith's  place 
Bltakly,  William  A.  boot  and  shoemaker,  38 

Tolbooth  wynd,  Leith 
Blenkinsopp,  George  T.  Leaton,  of  Hoppy- 

land  castle,  Durham,  88  Abbey  hill 
Bloxom,  T.  P.  commission  agent,  2  Morning- 
side  place 
Blind  Asylum,  38  and  58  Nicolson  street 
Blind,  School  for  the,  2  Gayfield  square — E. 

Sutherland,  Esq.  treasurer 
Blumenreich,  John,  missionary,  2  Greyfriars' 

place 
Blyth,  Benj.  Hall,  engineer,  124  Geo.  street 

— house,  26  Minto  street 
Blyth,  David,  painter,  4  East  James  street 
Blyth,  Chas.  A.  artist,  39  South  bridge 
Blyth,  Edward  L.I.  civil  engineer,  124  George 

street — ho.  9  Bruntsfield  place 
Blyth,  John,  bootmaker,  367  High  street 
Blyth,  Robert,  superintendent  of  streets  and 

buildings   {Police  Office) — house,  2  Buc- 

cleuch  place 
Blyth,  Sydney,  hardware  merchant,  39  South 

bridge 
Blyth,  W.  victual  dealer,  56  Broughton  street 
Blyth,  Mrs,  9  Bruntsfield  place 
Blyth,  Mrs,  lodgings,  1  Gabriel's  road 
Boag,  J.  &   P.   wool  merchants,  14  Quality 

street,  Leith 
Boag,  J.  R.  grocer,  25  N,  Richmond  street 


Boak,  Alexander,  tanner  and  currier,  25  West 

port — house,  4  Lauriston  lane 
Boak,  Wm.  tanner,  currier,  &  leather  japan- 
ner,59  West  port — house,  37  Gilmour  place 
Boe,  David,  fruiterer,  20  Hanover  street 
Boggie,  Dr  John,  16  Broughton  place 
Bogie,  James,  smith.  East  Thistle  street  lane 
Bogie,   Wm.,    M.D.,    H.E.I.C.S.,   3   South 

Blacket  place 
Bogie,  Miss,  lace  cleaner,  22  Rose  street 
Bogle,  Andrew,  W.S.  21  St  Andrew  square 
Bogle,  Rev.  Wm.  teacher,  Dr    Bell's  school, 

Greenside — house,  9  Brand  place 
Bogle,  Mrs  Colonel,  19  Albany  street 
Bogue,  Miss,  1  Crown  street 
Bolton  and  Co.  ship-chandlers,  painters,  and 

paper-hangers,  16  and  17  Commercial  pi. 
Bolton,  David  (^Bolton  and  Co.),  14  Commer- 
cial place 
Bonar,  Rev.  Andrew  R.  3  St  John  street 
Bonar,  James  {Tawse  and  B.),  15  York  pi. 
Bonar,  Thomson  {Bank  of  Scotland),  96  Lau- 
riston place 
Bonar,  William,  Warriston  house 
Bonar,  Mrs,  15  Ann  street 
Bonar,  Mrs  .Tames,  15  York  place 
Bonar,  Mrs  Thomson,  27  Charlotte  square 
Bonar,  Misses,  27  Scotland  street 
Bone,  Hugh,  M.D.  inspector-general  of  hos- 
pitals, 44  Castle  street 
Bones,  Richd.  Anchorfield,  Newhaven 
Bonnington  Chemical  Company,  Bonnington 
Bonnar  and  Carfrae,  painters,  29  Castle  street 
Bonnar,  David,  tailor,  2  Crichton  street 
Bonnar,   Thomas  (of  Bonnar  and  Carfrae), 

18  Dundas  street 
Bonnar,  Thomas,  engraver,  59  York  place 
Boog,   Rogers,  &  Co.,  saddlers  and  harness- 
makers   (/a^e  Maxton,   Boog,  8j-  Co.),   80 
Princes  street 
BooiT,  John,  saddler,  {B.  ^-  Rogers),  4  Hope 

street 
Boog,  Robert,  S.S.C  1  Annandale  street 
Boog,  Thomas,  cutler  and  surgical  instrument 

maker,  105  High  street 
Boog,  William,  saddler,  9  St  Bernard's  row 
Boog,  Miss,  1  Annandale  street 
Bookbinders'   Benefit.  Society — H.   Hume, 

preses.  41  North  Richmond  street 
Bookless,  Mrs  George,  8  Young  street 
Booth,  Mrs  Helen,  22  Warriston  crescent 
Bootland,   Joseph,    billiard   rooms,    3   West 

Register  street 
Boreham,  James,  lodgings,  25  Cumberland  st. 
Borland,  William,  agent  and  house-factor,  6 

North  St  Andrew  street. — See  Adv. 
Borrowman,  John,  lodgs.  71  Cumberland  st. 
Borrowman  and  ftlitchell,  wine  and  spirit  mer- 
chants, 57  Niddry  street 
Borrowman,  Wm.  victual  dealer,  84  St  Mary's 

wynd— house,  30  St  John's  hill 
Borthwick,  Dawson,  &  Co.,  stationers  and 
envelope  manufacturers,  3  Hunter  square 


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Borthwick,  Adam,  Bhoem.  5  HenJerson  row 
Borthwick,   Archibald,  accouuiant,  5   North 

St  David  street — ho.  18  Regent  terrace 
Borthwick,  David,  chimney-sweep,  3  Green- 
side  place 
Borihwick,  J.  (  W.  and  J.  B.),  6  Fountain  br. 
Borthwick,  Ja.  (W.  and  J.  B.),  14  Lauriston 

street 
Borthwick,  Jaa.   manager  of  the  N.  British 

Insurance  Co.  14  Claremont  crescent 
Borthwick,  James,  chimney-sweep,  9  Green- 
side  place 
Borthwick,  Thomas,  accountant,  28  Butland 

street 
Borthwick,   W.   and  J.  engineers  and  mill- 
wrights, Mainpoint  Foundry 
Borthwick,  Walter,  victual  and  spirit  dealer, 

51  Fountainhridge 
Borthwick,  Wm.   ( IF.  ^-  J.  B.),  3    Hamilton 

place.  High  riggs 
Borthwick,  Mrs,  of  Crookston,  1 1  Atholl  ores. 
Borthwick,   Mrs,    lodgings,  4  Great  Stuart 

street 
Borthwick,  Miss,  29  Lauriston  lodge 
Boswall,  Mrs,  of  Blackadder,  27  St  Andrew  sq. 
Boswell,  Alex,  brush,  trunk,  portmanteau,  and 

bellows  maker,  -iO  Nicolson  street 
Boswell,   Alex,    brush,   trunk,   portmanteau, 
and  bellows  manufacturer,  8  South  Hanover 
street — house,  10 
Botanic  Gardens,  Inverleith  row 
Bouch,  Thomas,  civil  enttineer,  chambers,  78 

George  street — house,  31  Nelson  street 
Bouchard,  J.  {^Register  House),  Spring  gard. 
Boucher,  John,  3  Rutland  square 
Bourgois,  Benoit,  tavern,  8  Middle  market 
Bow,  Robt.  H.,  C.P2.  7  South  Gray  street 
Bow  and  Swan,  bakers,  6  N.  College  street 
Bow,  Mrs  Dr,  7  South  Gray  street 
Bow,  Miss,  2  Gillespie  ctreet 
Bowack,    Nicol,    bookseller,    stationer,    and 

news-agent,  46  Leith  street 
Eowe,  Mrs  Thomas,  4  Hermitage  hill,  Leith 
Bo  we,  Mrs  William,  10  Wellington  pi.  Leith 
Bower,  John,  prov.  dealer,  204  Canongate 
Bower,  Mrs  M.  1  Rankeillor  street 
Bowie,  Andrew  F.  25  Parkside  street 
Bowie,  George,  39  Dublin  st. 
Bowie,  Henry,  56  Cumberland  street 
Bowie,  John,  W.S.,  United  Guarantee  Life 

Assurance  Company,  13  Forth  street 
Bowie,  Robert,  39  Dublin  st. 
Bowie,     William     (^Government    Emigration 
Office — Eiist  India,   Colonial,  and  General 
Agency),  17  South  St  David  street — house, 
28  Regent  terrace 
Bowie,  Mrs,  lodgings,  13  St  James'  square 
Bowie,    Misses,    children's   dress    maker,   68 

Leith  street 
Bowlby,  Mrs  Capt.  7  Hamilton  pi.  Newington 
Bowman,  John,  linen  draper,  1  Church  st. 
Boyak,  Benjamin,  boot  and  shoe  maker,  17 
Hill  place 


Boyack,  James,  grocer,  2  Richmond  pend 
Boyce,  Mrs,  John,  spirit  dealer,  13  Coastitu- 

tion  street,  Leith 
Boyce,  Mrs,  20  Great  Stuart  street 
Boyd,  Bayne,  &  Co.  fruiterers,  41  Princes  st. 
Boyd,  And.  millwright,  118  Fountainbiidge 
Boyd,    David,    H.E.I. CS.    26    Drummond 

place 
Boyd,    G.   W.   &  Co.    printers,    13    North 

Bank  street 
Boyd,  J.  (B.,  Bayne, S^  Co.),  4  East  Broughton 

place 
Boyd,  James,  LL.D.  (^High  Sch.),  43  George 

square 
Boyd,  James,  cabinetmaker,  14  Scotland  st. 
Boyd,  John,  upholsterer  &  undertaker,  2  York 

place 
Boyd,  .John,  jun.  1  Drummond  place 
Boyd,  Jn.  {Oliver Sf  B.),  32  Melville  street 
Boyd,  J.  L.  Albany  cottage,  Hope  terrace 
Boyd,  Robert,  15  Buccleuch  place 
Boyd,  Samuel,  mercht.  tailor,  5S  Shore,  Leith 
Boyd,  Thos.  E.,  Carlton  lodge,  Murrayfield 
Boyd,  Thos.  J.  {Oliver  ^  B.),  11  Regent  ter. 
Boyd,  Thomson  {Oliver  §•  B.),  14  Royal  ter. 
Boyd,  Mrs  Andrew,  cook,  19  Jamaica  street 
Boyd,  Mrs  John,  14  Royal  terrace 
Boyd,  Miss,  27  South  Clerk  street 
Boy  Ian,  P.  tailor  &  clothier,  15  St  Mary's  wd. 
Boyle  and  Mann,  engravers,  printers,  and  li- 
thographers, 142  High  street 
Boyle,  Archibald  T.  advocate,  1 1  Stafford  st. 
Boyle,  John,  accountant,  valuator,  and  auc- 
tioneer, 4  Bank  street 
Boyle,  Mrs  Edward,  midwife,  42  London  st. 
Boyle,   Janet,   straw   hat  maker,   10    Heriot 

buildings 
Boyle,  Rev.  Joseph,  South  Fort  street 
Boyle,  Mrs,  staymaker,  21  Bank  street 
Boyne,  Alex,  grocer,  17  Sandport  street 
Boyne,  James,  hatter,  13  Commercial  pi.  Leith 
Bradbrook,  Richard,  grocer,  Newhaven 
Bradshaw,  John,  stationer,  8  St  Patrick  sq. 
Bragg,  Alexander  G.  West  Liliiput  cottage 
Braid,  Alex,  grocer  and  victual  dealer,  5  W. 

Adam  street 
Braid,  Andrew,  coal  merchaat,21  St  Andrew 

square 
Braid,  Francis,  joiner  and   undertaker,  East 
Cumber,  lane — house,  15  Brunswick  street 
Braid,  Archibald,  4  Rankeillor  street 
Braid,  Wm   victual-dealer,  6  Arthur  street 
Braid,  Mrs,  36  Hanover  street 
Braidwood,  James,  bookseller,  26  George  street 
Braidwood,  Jas.  wholes.  &  ret.  tea  &  cof.  deal, 
and  grocer,  1  Sandport  street,  Leith — ho.  11 
Bennington  place 
Braidwood,  William,  9  Earl  Grey  street 
Braidwood,  Misses,  6  Comely  Green  place 
Brand,  Andw.  music  teacher,  1  Paterson's  co. 
Brand,  Wm,,  W  S.  sec.   Union  Bk.   5  Nor- 
thumberland street 
Brander,  James,  bootmaker,  39  Queen  street 


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Brash,  Alex,  grocer,  24  Yardheads,  Leith 
Brash,  David,  wine  and  spirit  raercht.  12  Coal- 

hilJ,  Leith — house,  32  Giles'  street 
Brash,  Peter,  3  Eastfield,  Leith 
Brash,  Thomas,  boot  and  shoemaker,  10  West 

Nicolson  street — house,  33  Richmond  place 
Brash,  Wm.  grocer  &  spt.-dealer,  257  Canongt. 
Brash,  jMrs,  5  Brandfield  place 
Brashe,  Miss,  dressmaker,  3  Young  street 
Brebner,  Alex,  builder,  Hillhousefield 
Bremner  and  Wilks,  ham  shop,  9  Hanover  st. 
Bremner,  Andrevf,  14  Comely  bank 
Bremner,  Charles,  W.S.  3  Ramsay  gardens 
Bremner,  Mrs,  3  Castle  street 
Bremner,  AV.  {Scott  and  Ori),  5  Lauriston 

lane 
Brenton,Wm.  perfumer,  Arthur  st.  Leith  wk. 
Bridgps,  Jas.,   W.S.  10  Hanover  street — ho. 

Belfield,  Musselburgh 
Bridges,  J.  M.  surg.-dentist,  27  Dundas  st. 
Bridges,  Sirs,  1  Bowling  Green  street 
Bridges,  Mrs,  27  Dundas  street 
Bridgeford,  D.  T.  writer,  28  Torphichen  st. 
Briers,  William,  baker,  25  Thistle  street 
Brigstocke,  George  A.  importer  of  wines  and 

coram,  agent,  4  St  Andrew  square — ho.  2S 

Bath  street,  Portobello 
Briggs,  David,  R,N.  6  Duke  street 
Brims,  Andw.  bootmaker,  61  Broughton  st. 
Bringloe,  Francis  John,  W.S.  11  Walker  st. 
Bringloe,  Hugh  S.  depute-clerk  of  Session,  11 

Walker  street 
Britannia    Life    Assur.   Co — Hugh  Ross, 

W.S.  agent,  48  India  street. — See  Adv. 
British  Copper  Office,  11  Dock  place — Chas. 

Philp  &  Co.  agents 
British  Empire   Mutual  Fire  and  Life  As- 
surance Co.  7  Elder  s;. — John  Robertson, 

junr.  S.S.C.  agent. 
British   Guarantee    Association — Ralph   E. 

Scott,  acct.  manager,  127  Princes  st. — See 

Jdv. 
British  Hotel,  70  Queen  street,  John  Barry 
British  League  of  Juvenile  Abstainers — office. 

East  Assembly   laue,  53  Rose   street — G. 

Ford,  clerk 
British  Linen  Company's  Bank  (Thos.  Cor- 

rie,  Esq.  manager),  38  St  Andrew  square — 

Branch,  48  Bernard  street,  Leith 
Erittie,  William,  10  East  Adam  street 
Broadfoot,  John  and  Son,  gen.   agents   and 

ship  brokers,  16  Assembly  strtet,  Leith 
r  Broadfoot,  Jno.  St  Anthony  pi.  .Junction  road 
I  Brockie,  James,  tailor  and  clothier,  369  High 

steeet 
Brockie,  William,  baker,  18  Grcenside  street 
Brockie,  Miss,  51  Frederick  street 
Brodie  and  Kennedy,  W.S.  59  Northumb.  st. 
Brodie,  Alex.  20  Northumberland  street 
Brodie,  Alex,  goldsmith,  2  Trinity  crescent 
Brodie,  Geo.  advocate,  20  Northumberland  st. 
Broilie,  James  &  H.  painters,  &c.  19  Green- 
side  place —ho.  16  Gretnslde  place 


Brodie,  John  C,  W.  S.  {Gibson-  Craigs,  Dal- 

ziel,  iSf  Brodie),  26  Moray  place 
Brodie,  John,  W.S.  1  Melville  crescent 
Brodie,    Wm.    sculptor.    Dean    bridge — ho. 

6  Spring  gardens,  Stockbridge 
Brodie,  Wm.  J.  51  Broughton  street 
Brodie,    Mrs    Colonel,   63   Northumberland 

street 
Brodie,  Miss,  10  Hart  street 
Brodie,  Miss,  4  Duncan  street 
Brodie,  Miss,  28  StaflPord  street 
Brody,  C.  M.  East  Claremont  street 
Brolochan,  A.,  4  Brown's  place 
Brooks,  Abrm.  spirit  merchant,  37  Rose  st 

ho.  3  Young  street 
Brooks,  Ann,  dressmaker,  3  Young  street 
Brooks,  Misses,  41  Great  King  street 
Broomfield,  John,  baker,  71  Pleasance 
Brotchie,  Rob.  &  Co.  merchants,  8  &  9  Mit- 
chell street,  Leith 
Brotherston,  Wm.  weigher,  St  Leonard's  depot 
Brough,  Wm.  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  1  Mor- 
rison street — bouse,  2 
Brougham,  Mrs,  51  George  square 
Broughton,  Mrs  Major,  21  Inverleith  row 
Broun,  Archd.  advocate,  4  Melville  street 
Broun,  Lady,  7  Torphichen  street 
Brouneau,    Mon.,    Teacher    of   French,   61 

Queen  street 
Brouneau,  Madame,  Teacher  of  Dancing,  61 

Queen  Street 
Browns  &  Pearson,  accountants,   128  George 

street 
Brown  &  Wardrop,  architects,  19  St  Andrew 

square 
Brown,  A.  bookseller  and  binder,  13  South 

College  street 
Brown,  Adam,  82  Rose  street 
Brown,    Alex,  solicitor  and  N.P.    12   Royal 

Exchange — bo.  13  Bank  street 
Brown,  Alex,  groctr,  wine  and  spirit  raercht. 

10  Pitt  street — house,  19 
Brown,  Alex.,  bootmaker,  10  South  St  James* 

street 
Brown,  Alex,  painter  and  glazier,   10    West 

Richmond  street 
Brown,  Alex,   grocer,  3  Fyfe  place — ho.    I 

Pilrig  place 
Brown,  Alex,  spirit  dealer,  Newhaven 
Brown,  Alex,  baker,  51  Canontiate 
Brown,  Alex.  42  Cumberland  street 
Brown,  Alex.  10  Elm  row 
Brown,  Rev.  Alex.  W.  6  Henderson  row 
Brown,  Andrew,  tailor,  33  Thistle  street 
Brown,  Dr  Andrew,  surgeon,  8  Stafford  st. 
Brown,  A.  B.  picture  frame-maker,  E.  Thistle 

street  lane 
Brown,  Rev.  Archd.  75  Adam  square 
Brown,  Chas.  clock  and  watch  maker,  4  Bristo 

street — house,  10  Salisbury  street 
Brown,  Chas.  coal   merchant,    St   Leonard's 

Station,  and  No.  3  Haymarket — House,  St 

Leonard's  depot.—  See  Adv. 


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Brown,    Charles,    painter,    glazier,    &c 

Lothian  street 
Brown,  Rev.  Chas.  John,  39  George  square 
Brown,  Charles,  wrii^ht,  24  Wright's  houses 
Brown,  David,  water  officer,  24.  St  James'  sq. 
Brown,  David,  writer,  72  Northumberland  st. 
Brown,  David  {T.  k  Co.),  51  North  bridge 
Brown,  David,  grocer,  &c.  29  Clerk  street 
Brown,   Rev.  David,  St  Bernard's,  Raeburn 

place 
Brown,  D.  N.,  chemist  and  druggist,    I  St 

John  street 
BrowQ,  Geo.  timber  merch.  26  Horse  wynd — 

house,  30 
Brown,  George,  baker,  7  Rose  street 
Brown,    George    {Brown   and  Wilson,    GlaS' 

gow),  20  Howard  place 
Brown,  George,  writer,  17  Cheyne  street 
BrowD,  George,  baker,  5  Huntly  street 
Brown,  George,  bootmaker,  60  Queen  street 
Brown,  Gordon,  34.  Buccleuch  place 
Brown,  Hugh,  crystal  &  Staffordshire   ware- 
house, 5  Low  ^Market  street 
Brown,  Hugh,  bookseller,  20  Heriot  buildings 
Brown,    Hugh,   tanner,  currier,  and  leather 

merchant,  Gullan's  close,  2(j4  Canongate 
Brown,  J.  M'Kerrell,  34.  Ann  street 
Brown,  James,  smith,  139  Fountainbridge 
Brown,  James,  draper,   16   Tolbooth  wynd — 

house,  2  Wellington  place 
Brown,  James,  4  Charlotte  square 
Brown,  James  A.  4  Charlotte  square 
Brown,  James,  cut-glass  raanufaciurer,  and 

dealer  in  china  and  stoneware,  43  London 

street 
Brown,  James,  spirit  merchant,  16  St  Andrew 

street,  Leith 
Brown,  James,  of  Currie,  architect,  12  Albany 

street 
Brown,  James,    teacher  of    English,   &c.    1 

Nicolson  square 
Brown,  John  F.  teacher,  7  Upper  Gray  st. 
Brown,  John,  teacher,  3  High  Albany  street 
Brown,  John  (J.  B.  §-  Co.),  25  George  street 
Brown,  John,  25  India  Street 
Brown,  John,  S.S.C.  4  Duke  street 
Brown,  John,  W.S.   County  rooms — house,   2 

Gayfield  place 
Brown,  John,  fish  salesman  and   commission 

agent,  1 9  Niddry  street 
Brown,  John,  grocer  and  wine  merchant,  136 

Nicolson  street 
Brown,  John,  shoemaker,  123  Nicolson  st. 
Brown,  John  C.  landscape  painter,  Viewforth 

cottage,  Leith 
Brown,  John,  Robin  Hood  hotel,  1  Gabriel's 

road 
Brown,  John  Crombie,  4  W.  Pnston  street 
Brown,  Rev.  John,  D.D.  Arthur  lodge 
Brown,  John,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  16  St 

Anthony  place — ho.  18  D.)wnie  place 
Brown,  John,  i\LD.,  F.R.C.P.  23  Rutland  st. 
Brown,  John,  tobacconist,  144  Princes  street 


Brown,  John  and  Co.  bootmakers  to  her  Ma- 
jesty for  Scotland,  34  Princes  street 
Brown,  John,  joiner  &  undertaker,   18   Pot- 

terrow — house,  23 
Brown,  John,  butcher,  7  Shrub  place 
Brown,  John,  18  Downie  place 
Brown,  Joseph,  6  Upper  Gray  street 
Brown,  Lieut.-Col.  Laurence, 29  Cumber,  st. 
Brown,  Matthew,  cabinetmaker,  31  St  Leon- 
ard street. 
Brown,  Richard,  5  George  place 
Brown,  Robert,  linen  mannt.  Water  of  Leith 
Brown,    Robert,  coal-mercht.    Railway,    St 

Leonard's — house,  59  St  Leonard  street 
Brown,  Robert,  of  Firth,  29  Geor<£e  square 
Brown,  Robert,  architect,  24  Fettes  row 
Brown,  Robt.  grocer  and  wine  merchant,  1 

Duke  street,  Leith 
Brown,  Robert,  accountant  and  house  agent, 

5  Picardy  place 
Brown,  Robt.  house  painter,  14  Bedford  st. 
Brown,  Robert,  brassfounder,  63  No.  bridge 

— house,  23  Sciennes  street 
Brown,  Robert,  land  valuator,  39S  Castlehill 
Brown,  R.  draper,  37  London  street 
Brown,  Robert  (  Union  Bank  of  Scotland), 

31  Morrison  street 
Brown,  Stuart,  12  Henderson  row 
Brown,  Capt.  T.,  Mayfield  cottage,  Newington 
Brown,  Rev.  Thomas,  8  Comely  bank 
Brown,  Thomas,  wright.  Poplar  lane 
Brown,  Thomas,    clothier    and    draper,    35 

George  IV.  bridge 
Brown,  Thomas,  writer,  30  Alva  street 
Brown,  Thomas  J.  18  Clarence  street 
Brown,  Thomas,  engraver,  4  Roxburgh  place 
Brown,  Thomas,  architect  and  house  agent, 

4  St  James'  square 
Brown,  Thos.  artist,  and  teacher  of  drawing, 

29  Frederick  street 
Brown,  Thomas,  commercial  traveller,  6  Hill 

square 
Brown,  Thomas,  Edinr.  Gas  Co.  17  New  st. 
Brown,  Thomas,  14  Pitt  street 
Brown,  'W dXler  (^Scottish  Equitable  Lift  Assu- 
rance Society),  45  Montagu  street 
Brown,  William,  smith.  Brown's  place,  Leith 
Brown,  Wm.  A.  hairdresser,  5  Bridge  street 
Brown,  W.  hosier  &  draper,  76  Nicolson  st. 
Brown,  W.  provision  dealer,  138  Rose  street 
Brown,  Rev.  Dr  Wm.  Janefield,  Duddingston 
Brown,  Wm.  fruiterer,  5  So.  Hanover  street 
Brown,  William,  smith  and  beam  maker,  26 

Calton 
Brown,  Wm.  surgeon,  F.R.CS.  25  Dublin  st. 
Brown,  Wm.  shipmaster,  17  Albany  st.  Leith  i 
Brown,  W.  hosier,  glover,  and  shirt  merchant, 

43  Leith  street — ho.  7  Annandale  street 
Brown,  William,  R.N.,  8  Hailes  street 
Brown,  Mrs,  cook,  8  Market  street 
Brown,  Mrs  Abram,  8  Malta  terrace 
Brown,  ]Mrs  Dr,  32  Dundas  street 
Brown,  Mrs  D.  31  Clerk  street 


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Bruce,  George  G.  (  Gen.  P.-O.),  5  Broughton 

place 
Bruce,  Geo.  {Bruce  and  Kerr),  6  Baltic  St. 
Bruce,  Henry,  7  Montagu  street 
Bruce,  Hugh,  advocate,  39  Aloray  place 
Bruce,  James,  baker,  23  Earl  Grey  street 
Bruce,  James,  21  Carnegie  street 
Bruce,  James,  4  Comely  green  place 
Bruce,  Rev.  Dr  John,  24.  Saxe  Coburg  place 
Bruce,  John,  W'.S.  22  York  place 
Bruce,  John,  26  Royal  terrace 
Bruce,  John,  2  William  street 
Bruce,  John,  warehouse,  Orchardfield 
Bruce,  0.  Tyndal,  of  Falkland,  81   Princes 

street 
Bruce,  Peter,  writer,  29  Raeburn  place 
Bruce,  Ralph,  Lieut. -Col.  39  Moray  place 
Bruce,  Robt.  bricklayer  and  furnace  builder. 

23  Union  place 
Bruce,  Rob.  Glasgow  temperance  hotel  and 

lodgings,  35  Leith  street 
Bruce,  Robert,  M.D.  42  York  place 
Bruce,  W.  46  Constitution  street 
Bruce,  Rev.  Wm.  3  Upper  Gilmour  place 
Bruce,  Mrs  George,  22  St  Patrick  square 
Bruce,  Mrs  James,  1  Salisbury  place 
Bruce,  Mrs  Thomas,  16  Ainslie  place 
Bruce,  Mrs,  of  Langlee,  2  Glenfinlas  street 
Bruce,  Mrs  Wra.  leather  merchant,  &  Union 

place 
Bruce,  Mrs  William,  42  York  place 
Bruce,  Mrs,  2  Randolph  place 
Bruce,  Mrs,  sen.  of  Symbister,  25  Hadding- 
ton place 
Bruce,  Mrs,  tavern  and  lodgings,  20  Flesh- 
market  close 
Bruce,  Mrs,  of  Powfoulis,  22  York  place 
Bruce,  Mrs,  1  James'  place 
Bruce,  Miss,  39  Moray  place 
Bruce,  Miss,  3  Hiliside  crescent 
Bruce,  Misses,  dressmakers,  69  Broughton 

street 
Bruce,  Misses,  16  Scotland  street 
Brumby,  Miss,  dressmaker,  48  Lothian  street 
BruntOD,  Adam,  upholsterer,  27  Howe  street 
Brunton,  Alex,  cooper,  43  Abbey  hill 
Bruntoii,  James,  tailor,  7  Drummond  street 
Brunton,  J.  tailor  and  clothier,   95  Princes 

street 
Brunton,  Wm.  and  Co.  cloth  merchants  and 
warehousemen,  13  Nicolson  sq. — house,  40 
George  square 
Bryce,  A.  H,  40  Albany  street 
Bryce,  David,  architect,  131  George  street 
Bryce,  David,  junior,  architect,  29  Frederick 

street 
Bryce,  James,  gunmaker  and  rifle  manufacr., 
5  West  Register  street — house   15  Drum- 
mond street 
Bryce,  Rev.  James,  D.D.  Leven  bank,  "White- 
house  gardens 
Bryce,  John,  wine  merchant  and  grocer,  1 7 
North-  west  Circus  place 


Brown,  Mrs  Elizabeth,  Spring  gardens 
Brown,  Mrs  Hanna,  7  Brandon  street 
Brown,  Mrs  Janet,  4  Hill  place 
Brown,    Mrs  J.  furniture   glazer,    60    India 

street 
Brown,  Mrs  James,  20  Dublin  street 
Brown,  Mrs  Osburn,  23  India  street 
Brown,  Mrs  P.  midwife  and  ladies'  nurse,  9 

Brown  street 
Brown,  Mrs,  25  St  James'  square 
Brown,  Mrs  Robert,  23  x4.nn  street 
Brown,  Sirs  Dr,  20  Howard  place 
Brown,  Mrs  Wm.  45  Minto  street 
Brown,  Mrs,  Tower  Park  cottage.  Trinity 
Brown,  Mrs,  24  Clerk  Street 
Brown,  Mrs  G.  B.  6  Upper  Gray  street 
Brown,  Mrs,  baker,  495  Lawnmarket 
Brown,  Mrs,  provision  dealer,  2  Causeyside 
Brown,  Miss  Agnes,  Wellwood  lodge 
Brown,  Miss  Anne,  Viewfield  lodge,  Green- 
hill  gardens 
Brown,  Miss  Elizabeth,  boot  and  shoemaker, 

18  South  College  street 
Brown,  M.  silk  and  worsted  shop,  5  Frederick 

street 
Brown,  Miss  Marion,  3  Meadow  place 
Brown,  Miss  S.  Wortland,  teacher  of  music 

and  singing,  5  Picardy  place 
Brown,  Miss,  of  Newton,  21  Stafford  street 
Brown,  Miss  Euphemia,  dressmaker,  10  Cal- 

ton  hill 
Brown^  Miss,  15  Gardner's  crescent 
iBrown,  Miss,  dressmaker,  9  Charlotte  place 
Brown,  Miss,  8  Albany  street 
Brown,  Miss,  dressmaker,  27  William  street 
iBrown,  Miss,  3  Jamaica  street.  North  Leith 
iBrown,  Miss,  6  West  Claremont  street 
jBrown,  Misses,  8  "Wharton  place 
IBrowne,  Major,  late  H.M.  I6th  Infantry,  14 

St  Bernard's  crescent 
iBrowne,  Mrs,  26  Scotland  street 
Browne,  Miss,  2  West  Circus  place 
'Browne,  Miss,  3  Forres  street 
iBrownlee,  Alex,  stabler,  20  Grassmarket 
■Brownlee,  James  &  Co.  provision  merchants, 

14  Kirkgate 
Bruce  &  Cunningham,  civil   engineers  and 

land  surveyors,  21  Castle  street 
Bruce  &  Kerr,  corn  merchants,  106  Constitu- 
tion street,  Leith 
Bruce,  Alex,  jewel-case  and  pocket-book  ma- 
nufacturer, 10  South  Hanover  street 
Bruce,  Alexander,  writer,  4  Thistle  court — 

house,  22  Abercromby  place 
Bruce,  Charles,  S.S.C.  68  Great  King  street 
Bruce,    Daniel,  carver,  gilder,   picture- liner, 
restorer,   and   looking-glass   manufacturer, 
12    Greenside   place— house,    28   Gay  field 
square 
Bruce,  Daniel,  09  Broughton  street 
Bruce,  David,  flesher,  it  Middle  market 
Biuce,  Donald,  agent,  5  Alison  square 
Liiuce,  George,  of  Langlee,  2  Glenfinlas  st. 

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Bryce,  John,  wine  merchant  and  grocer,  135 
Princes  street — house,  2  Charlotte  street 

Bryce,  Robert,  18  Lothian  street 

Bryce,  Thomas,  gun  and  pistol  maker,  4 
Calton  street 

Bryce,  Wm.  architect,  19  Dundas  street 

Bryce,  William  IM.  synod  officer,  Established 
Church,  388  Castle  hill 

Bryce,  Mrs  William,  Sylvan  bank,  Mansion- 
house  road 

Bryce,  Mrs,  23  Walker  street 

Bryden,  Adam  (J.  B.  and  Sons),  14  Frede- 
rick street 

Bryden,  James,  12  Beaumont  place 

Bryden,  James,  builder,  8  SummerliaU 

Bryden,  John  &  Sons,  bell-hangers,  Venetian 
and  spring- roller  blind  makers,  65  George 
St.  and  112  Buchanan  st.  GlasiJ;ow 

Bryden,  John  M.  (J.  B.  and  Sons),  40  Fre- 
derick street 

Bryden,  John  (  W.  B.  and  Son),  I  Howe  st. 

Bryden,  Thomas,  smith,  76  Causeyside 

Bryden,  Wm.  &  Son,  bell-hangers,  Venetian 
and  roller  blind  manufacturers,  55  George 
street  and  7  Royal  bank  place,  Glasgow 

Bryden,  Mrs,  gardener,  Morayfield,  Leith 

Bryden,  Mrs  Wm.  I  Howe  street 

Bryden,  Miss,  5  Howe  street 

Brydon,  J.  general  merchant,  190  Canongate 
— house,  Croft-an-righ  cottage 

Brydon,  J.  jun.  paper,  rag,  and  cotton- waste 
merchant,  20  New  street 

Brydon,  James,  flesher,  86  Kirkgate 

Brydon,  James,  woollen  and  linen  draper,  25 
Grassirarket 

Brydon,  Mrs  Dr,  11  Charles  street 

Brydon,  Miss,  6  Pitt  street 

Brydone,  J.  printer,  publisher,  and  bookseller, 
17  Hiinover  street — ho  27  Dundas  street 

Brydone,  James,  fancy  stationer,  &c.,  29 
Princes  street 

Bryson,  A.  (/?.  B.  d-  Sons),  4  Inverleith  ter. 

Bryson,  .Tames,  optician,  24  Princes  street 

Bryson,  Rob.  and  Sons,  chronometer,  watch, 
and  clock  makers  in  ordinary  to  the  Queen, 
66  Princes  street 

Bryson,  R.  [R.  B.  and  Soiis),  65  Princes  st. 

Bryson,  Mrs,  Trinity  villa 

Buchan,  Mat.  and  Co.  rectifiers,  wine  and 
spirit  merchants,  32  Bernard  street 

Buchan  (if/.  B.  Sf  Co.),  3  Queen's  place, 
Leith  Walk 

Buchan,  Thos.  clerk,  9  Glover  street,  Leith 

Buchan,  Thomas,  Cherry  bank 

Buchan,  William,  cork-saw  factor,  15  Con- 
stitution street 

Buchan,  Mrs  Dr,  15  Argyle  square 

Buchan,  Mrs  Hannah,  coach-hirer,  6  Char- 
lotte place 

Buchan,  Mrs,  greengrocer,  5  DubJin  street 

Buchanan,  Rev.  A.,  St  Thomas'  manse,  Leith 

Buchanan,  David  {Mercunj  Office),  27  Rae- 
burn  place 


Buchanan,  Edward  G.  general  agent.  Bell's 
court,  Quality  lane 

Buchanan,  James,  S.S.C.  21  George  street- 
house,  83  Causeyside 

Buchanan,  Jas.  leather  merch.  1  Old  Bridge- 
end 

Buchanan,  James,  D.D.  professor  of  divi- 
nity, 51  Lauriston  place 

Buchanan,  James,  49  Moray  place 

Buchanan,  James,  teetotal  coffee-house  and 
commercial  lodgings,  114  High  street 

Buchanan,  Wm.  advocate,  33  Drummond  pi. 

Buchanan,  Wm.  H.  accountant,  33  Drum- 
mond place 

Buchanan,  W.  M,,  M.D.,  E.LC.S.  3  Carlton 
terrace 

Buchanan,  William,  8  Roxburgh  terrace 

Buclianan,  Mrs,  11  Forth  street 

Buclianan,  Mrs  John,  Black  Bull  Fftn,  1  Sa- 
lamander street,  Leith 

Buchanan,  Miss  Jane,  grocer,  4  Saunder's  st. 

Buchanan,  Miss,  1  West  Maitland  street 

Bucher,  Signor,  professor  of  singing,  2  Great 
Stuart  street 

Bucher,  ]\Irs,  38  York  place 

Buckle,  George,  bootmaker,  10  N.  St  David  st. 

Buckle,  John,  Wharton  house,  Wharton  lane 

Buckmaster,  T.  &  Co.  tailors  and  array  clo- 
thiers, 135  George  street 

Budge,  W.  cartwright,  18  Johnston  street, 
Leith 

Budge,  Mrs  David,  146  Princes  Street 

Budge,  Mrs,  56  India  street 

Bulk,  Jas.  house  carpenter,  2  West  Broughton 
place 

Buist,  Robert,  flesher,  2  North  Melville  place 

Buist,  Mrs,  4  North  Melville  place 

Buncle,  A.  potatoe  dealer,  32  St  Patrick  sq. 

Burden,  George,  teetotal  coffeehouse,  129 
High  street 

Burge,  Wm.  hat  and  cap  manufac.  10  North 
bridge — house,  8  Nicolson  square 

Burgess,  Alex,  mail- guard,  5 Terrace, Leith  st. 

Burgess,  Geo.  bootmaker,  47  South  bridge — 
house  13  Brown  street 

Burgess,  Jas.  merchant,  4  Park  street 

Burgess,  Jas.  jun.  merchant,  63  New  Build- 
ings— house,  11  Trinity  crescent 

Burgess,  .Jn.  wood  and  ivory  turner,  153  High 
street 

Burgess,  Mrs  I.,  lodgings,  35  Lothian  street 

Burke  &  Grant,  upholsterers  and  undertakers, 
and  house  agents,  1  Abercromby  place 

Burke,  John  and  Son,  upholsterers  and  cabi- 
netmakers, 13  Queen  street 

Burke,  J.  (J.  B.  and  Son),  62  Hanover  street 

Burn,  Archd.  plumber,  79  George  street 

Burn,  James,  W.S.  51  Great  King  street 

Burn,  Geo.  and  Son,  provision  merchants,  182 
High  street 

Burn,  Andrew  {G. B.  4"  Son), 9  Brown  street 

Burn,  Geo.  ( G.  B.  i  Son),  7  Wharton  place 

Burn,  John,  M.D.  7  Teviot  row 


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Burn,  Captain  John,  R.N.  4  Tobago  street 

Burn,  Peter,  1  London  street 

Burn,  Mrs,  North  Merchiston  house 

Burn,  Miss,  43  Gilmore  place 

Burn,  Misses,  dressmakers,  79  George  street 

Burness,  James,  S.S.C.  11  Drummond  place 

Burness,  Wm.  printer  to  her  Majesty,  1  N. 

St  Andrew  St. — house,  11  Drummond  pi. 
Burnet,  Alex,  cabinetmaker,  ^53  Cowgate 
Burnet,  Andw.  agent  (  Win.  Younger  Sf   Co.), 

6  Maryfield 
Burnet,  Jn.  spirit  dealer,  56  W.  Richmond  st. 
Burnet,  John,  Caledonian  hotel,  1  Castle  st. 
Burnet,  Mrs  H.  lodgings,  39  Constitution  st. 
Burnet,  Elizabeth,  lodgings,  118  Princes  st. 
Burnet  and  Barclay,  hat  manufacturers,  173 

High  street 
Burnett,  G.  advocate,  8  Walker  street 
Burnett,  George,  tailor,  182  Rose  street 
Burnett,   George,   head-master.  Young  street 

school — house,  23  Downie  place 
Burnett,  Geo.  baker,  160  Fountainbridge 
Burnett,  James  H.,  VV.S.  notary  public,  soli- 
citor to  the  Treasury,  4  Moray  place 
Burnett,  James,  japanner,  34  Toddrick's  wyd. 
Burnett,  Thos.  tailor  &  cloth.  35  W.  Registerst. 

— house,  10  North  St  David  street 
Burnett,  Mrs,  of  Kemnay,  8  Walker  street 
Burnley,  William  T.  24  Ainslie  place 
Burns,  David,  30  Rankeillor  street 
Burns,   Edmond,  clothier,  tailor,  and  shirt- 
maker,  13  Bank  street 
Burns,  George,  Eagle  hotel,  1  Catharine  st. 
Burns,  George,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,   5 

Summer  place 
Burns,  John,  5  Salisbury  place 
Burns,  John   (Inland  Revenue),   4   Comely 

green  crescent 
Burns,  M.,  Lord  Belhaven's  coal  agent,  office 

40  Lothian  road 
Burns,  P.  coal  merchant,  42  Lothian  road 
Burns,  Robt.  victual  dealer,  50  Grassmarket 
Burns,  Thomas,  W.S.  3  Hope  Park  square 
Burns,  Mrs  M.  11  Melville  place 
Burns,  Mrs  William,  3  Comely  green  cresct. 
Burns,  Mrs,  71  Broughton  street 
Burns,  Miss,  4  Arniston  place 
Burns,  Miss  Jane,  10  Arniston  place 
Burnside,  John,  2  Crichton  street 
Burnside,  Mrs,  35  Scotland  street 
Burnside,  Miss,  12  Lynedoch  place 
Burrill,  Mrs,  ladies' nurse,  4  W.  Richmond  st. 
Burt,  Dr,  F.R.C.P.  88  George  street 
Burt,  Rob.  &  Co.  mattress  makers,  28  Pleasance 
Burtt,  Geo.  E.  agent,  5  Clerk  street 
Burt,  Mrs,  108  George  street 
Burt,  Miss,  8  AthoU  place 
Burton,  Emanuel,  cabinetmaker.  Quarry  close, 

Crosscausey 
Burton,  James,  wright.  Circus  lane — house, 

19  Dundas  street 
Burton,  J.  H.  advocate,  25  Ann  street 
Burton,  Mungo,  artist,  19  Dundas  street 


Burton,  Mrs,  2  Teviot  row 
Bush  by.  Miss,  13  Torphichen  street 
Butchard,  C.  T.  (G.P.-O.),  1  Broughton  pi. 
Butement,  Mrs  W.  lodgings,  2  Sandport  st. 
Butt,  Albert  F.  tavern-keeper,  6  Rose  street 
Butt,  James  &  Co.  ham-curers,  36  Frederick 

street 
Butter,  Miss,  Pitlochrie,  28  Alva  street 
Butters,  Lawrence,  seal  engraver  to  the  Queen, 

41  George  street — house,  I  Fingal  place 
Butti,  L.  G.  and  Sons,  carvers,  gilders,  and 

dealers  in  curiosities,   1  and  2  Ronaldson's 

buildings — ho.  2  Spring6eld,  Leith  walk 
Butti,  .J.  A.  carver,  gilder,  and  looking-glass 

manufacturer,  14  S.  Hanover  street — ho. 

15  St  James'  square 
Butler,  D.,  New  Greyfriars'  school,  Vennel 
Butler,  Robert,  spt.  dealer,  36  College  wynd 

— ho.  19  Hercles  street 
Byres,  Robert,  13  South  Charlotte  street 
Byres,  Thomas,  baker,  167  Rose  street 
Byrn,  Mrs,  18  Walker  street 
Byrne,  Mrs,  French  stay  maker,  17  Bank  st. 

Cadell,  Lieut.-Col.  Geo.,  E.LC.S.  13  Ran- 
dolph crescent 
Cadell,  John,  of  Tranent,  advocate,  20  Picardy 

place 
Caddell,  Mrs,  15  Atholl  crescent 
Cadell,  Miss  Harriet  B.  3  Torphichen  street 
Cadenhead,  A.  F.  writer,  22  Raeburn  place 
Cafe,   D.  S.  cupper   {Royal  Infirmary)^  and 

medical  galvanist,  16  Elder  street 
Cafe  Royal  Tavern,  West  Register  place 
Caird,  F.  G.  agent,  27  Hanover  street— ho. 

22  Gayfield  square 
Caird,  John,  surg.  F.R.C.S.E.  21  St  Patrick 

square 
Caird,  Margaret,  fishmonger^  1  Fishmarket 
Cairnie,  John  {Potts,  C.  ^^  Ray),  17  St  Pa- 
trick square 
Cairns,   Geo.,  S.S.C.  and  solicitor-at-law,  23 
George  IV.  bridge— ho.  Springbank,  Green- 
hill  gardens 
Cairns,  John,  gardener,  Gilmore  park 
Cairns,  John  B.,  W.S.  26  Dublin  street 
Cairns,  John,  writer,  26  Dublin  street 
Cairns,  Thomas,  baker  and  confectioner,  50 

and  53  Home  street 
Cairns,  Mrs,   Ayrshire   needle-work,  muslin 

and  lace  printer,  &c.  77  Princes  street 
Caithness,  Earl  of,  17  Rutland  square 
Calder,  Adam,  17  West  Preston  street 
Calder,  Alex.,  Belfield  house.  Trinity 
Calder,  Alex.  (Alliance  B.   %■  F.  Assurance 

Co.),  20  Rankeillor  street 
Calder,  Alex.  {National  Insurance   Co.),  20 

Rankeillor  street 
Calder,  Alexander,  smith,  116  Rose  street 
Calder,  David,  grocer,  wine  and  spirit  mercht. 

112  Canongate 
Calder,  R.   seed  merchant   and    commission 
agent,  14  Elm  row 


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Calder,  Robert,  coal  agent,  180  Rose  street 
Calder,  Thomas,  tailor,  333  High  street 
Calder  &  Tait,  smiths  and  ironmongers,   2 

Albany  street  and  St  Andrew  lane 
Calder,  Thomas  (C.  S^-  Tait),  23  Dublin  st. 
Calder, Wm.  sailmaker,  cordage,  sailcloth,  &c. 

store,  21  and  22  Commercial  place— house, 

Rose  Mount,  Madeira  street,  North  Leith 

— See  Adv. 
Calder,    Wra,    Travellers     hotel,    9    and    10 

Market  street 
Calder,  William,  cattle  dealer,  19  Archibald 

place 
Calder,  Mrs  Jas.  cowfeeder,  103  Fountain  br. 
Calder,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  37  India  place 
Calder,  Mrs,  lodgings,  56  Cumberland  street 
Calderhead,  Wm.  confectioner,  48  Home  st. 
Calderwood,  R.  waggoner,  18  Duke  st.  Leith 
Calder  wood,  Wra.   corn   merchant,   18  Buc- 

cleuch  place 
Caldwell  Brothers,  wholesale  stationers  and 

publishers,  15  and  1?  AVaterloo  place — ho. 

II  Henderson  row 
Caldwell  &  Co.  button  and  trimming  merchts. 

313  High  street 
Caldwell,"Charle8,  7  London  street 
Caldwell,  Geo.  flesher,  20  New  market,  Leith 
Caldwell,  David,  smith  and  farrier,  Bangholm 
Caldwell,  T.  builder,  11  Henderson  row 
Caldwell,  Misses,  milliners  and  dressm.   76 

Kirkgate,  Leith 
Caledonian  Fire  and  Life  Assurance  Office, 

1 9  Georgestreet,  and  9  Bernard  street, Leith. 

— See  Adv. 
Caledonian  Loan  Co — Andw.  Rutherford, 

manager,    7    Royal  Exchange — house,    87 

Causeyside 
Caledonian  Mercury  Office, 265  High  street 
Caledonian  Railway  Tavern,  Lothian  road. 
Caledonian  United  Serv.  Club,  14  Queen  st. 
Caledonian   Youths'  Friendly  Society,  122 

Nicolson  street 
Callam,  Alex,  writer,  5  Richmond  pend 
Callam,  George  and  Co.  braziers  to  Her  IMa- 

jesty,  smiths  and  ironmongers,  13  Green- 

Slop  TllftOG 

Callam,  Geo.  (  G.  C.  ^^  Co.),  2  Baxter's  place 

Callam,  John  B.  3  Spittal  street 

Callam,  Thos,  gasfitter,  brazier,  and  tinplate 

■worker,  56  Shore— ho.  21  Charlotte  street, 

Leith 
Callender,  David,  boot   and  shoemaker,    19 

Bank  street 
Calleuder,  Dd.  tanner,  St  Anthony  lane,  Leith 

— house,  Lochend  road 
Callender,  Henry,  accountant,  32  St  Andrew 

square — ho.  1 1  Forres  st. 
Callender,  Mrs,  8  Annandale  street 
Callender,  Miss,  27  Gray  street 
Calton  Hill  Brewery,  26  N.  Back  Canongate 
Calvert,  F.  B.,  A.M.  professor  of  elocution, 

25  York  place 
Calvert,  John  R.,  W.S.  4.  Rutland  square 


Calvin  New  Translations  Society — acting 
and  editorial  secretary,  Robert  Pitcairn, 
F.S.A.,  9  Northumberland  street 

Camden  Society — T.  G.  Stevenson,  agent,  87 
Princes  street 

Camerne,  Mrs  Colonel,  17  Dundas  street 

Cameron,  Violard,&  Co.  French  corset  makers, 
milliners,  &  dressmakers,  124  Georgestreet 

Cameron  and  Co.  paper  makers  and  wholesale 
stationers.  Stead's  place 

Cameron,  Alex.  Customs,  6  Bank  place 

Cameron,  Rev.  Andrew  (Editor  of  Christian 
Treasury),  39  George  square. 

Cameron,  Andw.  drysalter,  47  Regent  arch — 
house,  14  Calton  hill 

Cameron,  D.  spirit  dealer,  142  Canongate 

Cameron,  Daniel,  librarian  Mechanics^  Sub- 
scription Library,  8  James'  court 

Cameron,  Donald,  wholesale  stationer,  23  Blair 
street 

Cameron,  H.  teacher,  13  Antigua  street 

Cameron,  James  M.  (J',  i^  J.  M.  C.)  28  Ber- 
nard street 

Cameron,  Jas.  provision  merchant,  6  Riddel's 
close,  Leith 

Cameron,  James,  bookbinder  and  stationer, 
6  Clerk  street 

Cameron,  James,  City  and  Dean  of  Guild  offi- 
cer, 2  Church  street 

Cameron,  James,  spirit  dealer,  32  St  Andrew 
street,  Leith 

Cameron,  .James,  warehouseman,  21  Kirkgate, 
Leith 

Cameron,  J.  and  P.  general  carriers,  contrac- 
tors, and  railway  agents,  forward  goods  to 
most  parts  of  Scotland,  England,  and  Ire- 
land, agents  for  the  Scottish  Central  Rail- 
way, Scottish  Midland,  Dundee,  Perth,  and 
Aberdeen  Junction  and  Aberdeen  Railways. 
Office,  39  George  IV.  bridge. 

Cameron,  J.  &  Son,  brush  and  curled  hair 
manufacturers,  Craig's  close,  265  High  st. 

Cameron,  Jn.  33  Alva  street 

Cameron,  John,  35  Scotland  street 

Cameron,  John,  tea,  wine,  and  spirit  dealer, 
14  Rose  street 

Cameron,  John,  vintner,  12  Fleshmarket  cl. 

Cameron,  John,  shipmaster,  72  Kirkgate 

Cameron,  John,  19  Graham  street 

Cameron,  John,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  3 
Alison  place 

Cameron,  -John  R.  36  Hanover  street 

Cameron,  P.  (J.  <|-  P.  C),  9  George  square 

Cameron,  Peter,  tailor,  24  Cumberland  street 

Cameron,  R.  painter  &  glazier,  214  Canongate 

Cameron,  Robert,  picture-frame  maker,  N.  St 
Andrew  street  lane 

Cameron,  Robert,  cowfeeder,  19  South  back 
of  Canongate 

Cameron,  Simon,  confectioner,  305  High  st. 

Cameron,  Thomas  &  J.  M.,  Bath  street  Rope- 
work,  Leith 

Cameron,  Thomas,  jun.  28  Bernard  street 


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Campbell,  J.  M.   (Stein  and  Campbell),  49 

Northumberland  street 
Campbell,  John,  grocer,  24  St  Andrew  street, 

Leith — house,  59  Constitution  street 
Campbell,  John,  painter  and  glazier,   28  St 

Patrick  square — ho.  4  Sibbald  place 
Campbell,  John,  4  Alva  street 
Campbell,    Captain  John,    Blackford   lodge, 

Whitehouse  loan 
Campbell,  John,  W.S.  8  Scotland  street 
Campbell,  John  Archd.,  C.S.,  NP.  Coramiss. 

for  Eng.  and  Irish  affidavits,  2  Albyn  place 
Campbell,  John,  M.D.  8  Great  Stuart  street 
Campbell,  John,  stabler,  W.  Northumberland 

street  lane 
Campbell,  John,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  15 

Carnegie  street 
Campbell,  John,  cowfeeder,  18  Rose  street 
Campbell,  Joseph,  glazier,  65  Kirkgate 
Campbell,  Neil  Colquhoun,  advoc.  42   Nor- 
thumberland street 
Campbell,  Robert,  ironmonger,  19  Home  st. 
Campbell,  Robert,  spirit  dealer,  14  Cromwell 

street,  Leith 
Campbell,  Simon  (C.  §•  Smith),  26  York  pi. 
Campbell,  Thos.  E.  &  Co.   metal  merchants, 

milled  lead  and  lead  pipe  manuf.  8  Picardy 

place  and  117  Constitution  street,  Leith 
Campbell,  Thomas,  12  George  square 
Campbell,  Thos.  letter- carriei-,  48  Potterrow 
Campbell,  Thomas,   grocer,    tea,    wine,   and 

spirit  merchant,  8  Dublin  street — house,  6 

Hart  street 
Campbell,  Thomas,  flesher,  31  Thistle  St.— 

house,  4  Queensferry  st. 
Campbell,  William,  W.S.  6  Rutland  square 
Campbell,  Lady,  of  Abreuchill,  6  Howard  pi. 
Campbell,  William  (G.  P.-O.),  1  St  John's 

hill 
Campbell,   Mrs    Alexander,   spirit   dealer,  2 

Richmond  lane 
Campbell,  Mrs  Archibald,  3  Duncan  street 
Campbell,  Mrs  Geo.  boarding  school,  1 1  Belle- 

vue  crescent 
Campbell,  Mrs  Jane,  9  Inverleith  row 
Campbell,  Mrs  Dr  John,  13  Lynedoch  pi. 
Campbell,  Mrs  Major,  11  Saxe  Coburg  place 
Campbell,  Mrs  William,  114  Ljiuriston  pi. 
Campbell,   JNIrs,   of  Southhall,  68  Northum- 
berland street 
Campbell,  Mrs,  60  North  Castle  street 
Campbell,  Mrs,  cook,  90  Rose  street 
Campbell,  Mrs,  sick-nurse,  57  Cumberland  st. 
Campbell,  Mrs,  lodgings,  10  Heriot  place 
Campbell,  Mrs,  3  Howard  place 
Campbell,  Mrs,  patent  French  staymaker,  3 

Hill  street 
Campbell,  Mrs,  of  Possil,  12  Abercromby  pi. 
Campbell,  Mrs,  sick  nurse,  5  Crichton  street 
Campbell,   Miss    Amelia,  of  New  field,   121 

Princes  street 
Campbell,  Miss,  30  StaflFord  street 
Campbell,  Miss  Helen,  50  George  street 


Cameron,   Thomas,  cabinetmaker,   Charlotte 

lane — ho.  39  Thistle  street 
Cameron,  W.  teacher  of  music,  1  St  John  st. 
Cameron,  Wm.  Hodges,  Secretary  to  tlieEdin. 

Uater  Company,  123  Princes  street 
Cameron,  William,  merchant,  37  Dundas  st. 
Cameron,  William,  tea,  wine,  and  spirit  mer- 
chant, 9  East  Richmond  street 
Cameron,  Mrs  C.  ladies'  nurse,  6  Bristo  street 
Cameron,  Mrs,  French  staymaker,  37  Dundas 

street 
Cameron,  Mrs,  20  Cumberland  street 
Cameron,  Mrs,  lodgings,  1 1  Calton  street 
Cameron,  Miss,  23  Archibald  place 
Cameron,  Miss,  1  Thomas  street 
Cameron,  Miss,  44  Castle  street 
Cameron,  Miss,  8  Atholl  place 
Cameron,  Misses,  dressmakers,  29  Fredrick  st. 
Campbell  and  Trail,  W.S.  7  Melville  street 
Campbell  and  Smith,  S.S.C.  26  York  place 
Campbell  &  Henderson,  glass  dealers,  glaziers, 
and  horticultural  builders,  51  N.  Hanover 
street 
Campbell  &  Co.  lace  merchants,  63  George  st. 
Campbell,  Messrs  A.  and  A.,  W.S.  22  Dublin 

street 
Campbell,  Alexander,  6  Charlotte  square 
Campbell,  Archd.  4  Great  King  st. 
Campbell,  Arch.  &  Co.  brewers,  145  Cowgate 
Campbell,  Archd.  post  horse  and  coach  hirer. 

East  Rose  street  lane 
Campbell,  Archd.  saddler,  Lothian  road 
Campbell,  Arthur,  W.S.  {A.  ^  A.  Campbell), 

8  Drummond  place 
Campbell,  Arthur,jun.  W.S.  (A.  and  A.  Camp- 
bell), 12  India  stre<^t 
Campbell,  A.  C.  2  Darjing's  buildings.  Stock- 
bridge 
Campbell,  C.  glass  merchant,  1  Gayfield  place 
Campbell,  Charles,  of  Combie,  1 4  Grove  st. 
Campbell,  C.  W.  11  Howard  place 
Campbell,  Dick,&  Son,  shoemak.  Morningside 
Campbell,  Donald,  wine  and  spirit  merchant, 

521  Lawnmarket 
Campbell,  Douglas,  42  Ann  street 
Campbell,  Dun.  provision  merchant,  87  Con- 
stitution street — house,  2  Smith's  place 
Campbell,  Geo.  &  Co.  stationers  and  printers, 

40  Leith  street 
Campbell,  Geo.  cowfeeder,  13  Buccleuch  st. 
Campbell,  Geo.  booksr.  stationer,  and  news- 
agent, 12  Howe  street 
Campbell,  James,  advocate,  37  Dublin  street 
Campbell,  James,  draper,  7  Dublin  street 
Campbell,  Rev.  James  R.  15  Annandale  st. 
Campbell,    James   (Assist.    Comm.    Gen,),    3 

Middleby  street,  Newington 
Campbell,  James,  30  Rutland  square 
Campbell,  James,  Hill  street  lane,  north 
Campbell,  James,  city  recorder,  30  Candle- 
maker  row 
Campbell,  Mrs  J.  G.  hotel  keeper  and  com- 
mercial inn,  41  Shore 


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Campbell,  Miss  Isabella,  1  Manor  place 

Campbell,  Miss  M.  dressmaker,  47  India  pi. 

Campbell,  Miss  Mary  Duneaves,  10  Manor  pi. 

Campbell,  Miss,  42  Great  King  street 

Campbell,  Miss,  of  Dalziell  park,  117  Princes 
street 

Campbell,  Miss,  of  Lochnell,  Holyrood  house 

Campbell,  Miss,  of  Succoth,  7  Gloucester  pi. 

Campbell,  Miss,  35  Heriot  row 

Canch,  Mjs,  23  London  street 

Candlish,  R.  S.,  D.D.  4  So.  Charlotte  st. 

Candlish,  Wm.  lodgings,  8  Annfield,  Newhv. 

Cankwell,  R.  &  Sons,  boot  and  shoe  makers, 
2  Victoria  street 

Cannan,  David,  D.D.  38  Danube  street 

Cannon,  Alexander,  printer  and  publisher,  46 
Hanover  street — ho.  1 1  South  St  Andrew  st. 

Cannon,  Alexander,  Temperance  hotel  and 
coflPee-house,  11  South  St  Andrew  street 

Canongate  Clerk's  Office,  Canongate  Court- 
room— William  Fraser,  jun.  W.S.  clerk 

Cappie,  James,  M.D.  9  Roxburgh  street 

Caravanna,  Mrs,  33  Dublin  street 

Carfrae,  Alexander,  bank  messenger,  Clyde 
street  lane 

Carfrae,  David,  preserver  of  birds  and  animals 
to  the  university,  36  Rose  street 

Carfrae,  Robert,  house  painter,  1  Erskine  pi. 

Carfrae,  Thos.  land-surveyor,  1  Erskine  place 

Carfrae,  Wm.  saddler,  7  Queen sferry  street — 
house,  3  Wallace  place 

Carfrae,  Mrs  &  Son,  bird-stuffers  and  fishing- 
tackle  makersj  3  Frederick  street 

Carfrae,  Miss  Jane,  1 1  Middleby  street 

Cargill,  James,  teacher,  1  Corunna  place 

Carlier,  Mrs,  30  Haddington  place 

Carlyle,  Wm.  canine  repository,  Lothian  road 

Garment,  John,  S.S.C.  {Patrick,  M'Ewen,  ^■ 
C),  15  London  street 

Cai-michael,  Archibald,  spirit  merchant,  280 
Canongate 

Carmichael,  James  {Register  House)^  44  South 
Bridge 

Carmichael,  James,  poulterer,  5  and  6  Poultry 
market  and  106  George  street — house,  34 
North  bridge 

Carmichael,  J.  {High  School)^  16  London  st. 

Carmichael,  Mitchell  (  Property  and  Income 
Tax),  1  Summerhall  place 

Carmichael,  L.  pharmaceutical  chemist,  13 
Calton  street — house,  4  Calton  Hill 

Carmichael,  Robt.  flesh er,  75  Northumber- 
land street — house,  44  Howe  street 

Carmichael,  Thomas,  smith,  5  St  Andrew  st. 
Leith 

Carmichael,  Walter,  architect,  teacher  of  archi- 
tectural drawing  {late  James  Ruthveri),  44 
South  Bridge 

Carmichael,  William,  A.C.S.  4  Hope  street 

Carmichael,  Wm.  S.  surgeon  and  accoucheur, 
22  Northumberland  street 

Carmichad,  Wm.  flasher,  3,  4,  &  5  Broughton 
market 


Carmichael,  Mrs  Robt.  poulterer,  60  Queen 

street — house,  62 
Carmichael,  Mrs,  36  Inverleith  row 
Carmichael,  Mrs,  22  Northumberland  street 
Carmichael,  Mrs,  lodgings,  23  Maitland  st. 
Carmichael,  Misses,  teachers,  23  Maitland  st. 
Carnishelie,  James,  figure  and  mould  maker, 

11  Greenside  place 
Carnduff,   John,  tailor  and  clothier,   9  Leith 

street — house,  13  James  square 
Carnegie,  James,  jun.  W.S.  16  Windsor  street 
Carnegie,  J.  mercantile  agent,  100  Lauriston 

place 
Carnegie,  James,  lodgings,  55  Princes  street 
Carnegy,  James,  Laverock  bank  house,  New- 
haven 
Carnegy,  Rob.,  M.D.  19  Drummond  place 
Carnie,  Jas.  sen.  fisherman,  Newhaven 
Carnie,  Chas.  merchant,  16  Clarendon  cresc. 
Caron,  J.  French  teacher,  136  George  street 
Carpenter,  M.  boarding-house,  7  Buccleuchpl. 
Carphin,  George,  16  East  Adam  street 
Carphin,  George  (  Commercial  Bank),  8  Salis- 
bury road 
Carphin,  Mrs,  8  Salisbury  road 
Carr,  Michael,  tailor  &  clothier,  1  Blenheim 

place 
Carr,  Mrs,  straw-hat  maker,  2  St  Vincent  st. 
Carr,  Misses,  milliners   and   dressmakers,  1 

Blenheim  place 
Carr,  Misses  E.  and  C,  French  staymakers, 

14  Greenside  street 
Carrick,  James,  smith  and  ironmonger,   156 

Rose  street — house,  4  Queensferry  street 
Carrick,  William  {Inland  Revenue)^  14  West 

Preston  street 
Carrick,  Mrs,  32  Broughton  place 
Carron  Co.'s  warehouse,  Wet  docks — John 

Machattie,  agent,  Leith 
Carron  Co.,  Liverpool  and  Leith  traders- 
John  Machattie,  agent,  Leith 
Carruthers,  Miss,  of  Holraains,  3  Frederick  st. 
Carse,  David,  coach  builder,  Orchardfield 
Carse,  J.  &  Son,  patent  axletree  manufactory, 

18  Greenside  row 
Carse,  Thos.  {J.  C.  Sr  Son),  31  Gayfield  sq. 
Carse,  Thomas  {H.  M.    Customs,  Leith),  17 

Albany  street,  Leith 
Carson,  Miss,  82  Lauriston  place 
Carstairs  and  Robertson,  wine  and  commission 

merchants.  Trinity  vaults,  99  Giles'  street, 

Leith 
CarstairSjA.  engraver  &  chasser,  2  Shakspeare 

square 
Carstairs,  D.  gardener.  Lovers'  lane,  Leith  wk. 
Carstairs,  George  {James  Nasmyth  6f  Co.).,  13 

St  James'  square 
Carstairs,  James,  gardener,  Restalrig 
Carstairs,  James,  comb  maker,  30  Leith  walk 
Carstairs,  Matthew,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  71 

Northumberland  street — house,  23  Howe  st. 
Carstairs,  Mrs,  fruiterer,  106  George  street — 

nursery,  Wariston  lodge— ho.  59  Castle  st. 


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Carstairs,  Mrs  Dr,  Rose  bank,  Bonnington 

Carter,     Frederick    Hayne,    accountant,    16 

Queen  street,  agent  for  the  United  Service 

and  General  Life  Assurance  and  Guarantee 

Association — liouse,  12  Carleton  street 

Carter,   Josepli,   tobacco   manufacturer,    116 

High  street — house,  129  High  street 
Carter,  Nicholas,  wine  merchant,  44  Hanover 

street 
Carter,  Mrs  John,  tea,  wine,  and  spirit  mer- 
chant, 202  Pleasance 
Carter,  Mrs  Nicol,  grocer,  and  spirit  mer- 
chant, 237  Canongate — house,  45  New  st. 
Carter,  Mrs,  13  Annandale  street 
Carter,  Mrs,  46  South  Clerk  street 
Carter,  Mrs,  1.5  Dean  terrace 
Carus,  Miss  Jane,  46  Queen  street 
Caskey,  William,  grocer  and  "spirit  dealer,  16 

College  wynd 
Cassels,  Alex.,  W.S.  20  London  street 
Cassels,  John  G.  {^Edin.  and  Leith  Brewery')^ 

200  Canongate — house,  44  Rankeillor  st. 
Cassels,  Walter  Gibson,  Blackford  house 
Cassie,  James,  dyer,  13  Baker's  place 
Castle,  James,  working  jeweller,  21  Leith  st. 
Castle,  John,   accountant,  21  Leith  street — 

house,  13  Broughton  place 
Cathcart,  James,  Fergus&on,  &  Co.  wine  mer- 
chants, 84  St  Andrew  street,  Leith 
Cathcart,  Jas.  (^Cathcart,  Fergusson^  §■  Co.), 

12  Carlton  terrace 
Cathcart,  R.  A.,  W.S.  1  George  street 
Cathcart,  Mrs,  17  Great  King  street 
Cathels,  Misses,  dressmrs.  67  Cumberland  st. 
Cathie,  N.,  tailor  and  clothier,219  High  street 
Cathie,  Thos.  flesher,  19  William  street 
Cattanach,  Wm.  (Sunbury  distillery).  Haw- 
thorn bank 
Cattanach,  Wm.  jun.  wine  and  spirit  mercht. 

102  Nicolson  street — house,  12  Minto  st. 
Gaunter,  Robert,  31  Saxe  Coburg  place 
Cavage,  Colonel,  Bellville,  Newington 
Cavaye,  Robt.  Northfield  place,  Jock's  lodge 
Caw,  John  {Black  and  C),  25  St  James'  sq. 
Caw,  John  B.  1  Hill  square 
Caw,  Miss,  7  Grove  street 
Cawthorn,  Mrs  E.  2  Melville  street 
Cay  and   Black,    advertising  and  newspaper 

agents,  45  George  street 
Cay  &  Johnston,  furnishing  ironmongers  and 
railway  coach  lamp  manufacturers,  7  Green- 
side  place 
Cay,  John,  jun.,  W.S.  5  S.-E.  Circus  place 
Cay,  John,  advocate,  sheriff  and  commissary 

of  Linlithgowshire,  5  S.-E.  Circus  place 
Cay,  Mrs  John,  14  Barony  street 
Cay,  Miss  Jane,  6  Great  Stuart  street 
Celtic  Society  of  Ireland — T.  G.  Stevenson, 

87  Princes  street,  agent 
Cess  OfBce,  County  o;  City,  57  North  bridge 
Chad  wick,  Colin,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  14 

Citadel,  Leith 
Chadwick,  Mrs  James,  grocer,  6  Shrub  place 


Chalmers'    Territorial  Church  and  Schoolt; 

Manse,  Rev.  James  H.  Wilson,  137  Foun- 

tainbridge 
Chalmers  and  Chisholme,  vinegar  makers,  and 

wine  and  spirit  merchants,  39  Potterrow 
Chalmers,   C.    S.  (of  D.  Robeitaon  Sf  Soil),  8 

Elbe  street,  Leith 
Chalmers,    Charles,   Castle   bank,    Eorough- 

muirhead 
Chalmers,  David,  M.D.  47  Lauriston  place 
Chalmers,  George,  saddler,  65  Clerk  street 
Chalmers,   J.   (C    ^    Chisholme),  3  Lothian 

street 
Chalmers,  James  K.  1  Sylvan  place 
Chalmers,  James,  spirit  dealer,  14  WestMait- 

land  street 
Chalmers,  James,  spirit  dealer,  7  Fox  lane 
Chalmers,  James,  shoemaker,  27  India  street 
Chalmers,  James,  spirit  mercht.  75  Shore 
Chalmers,  John,  spirit  merchant,  8  St  Andrew 

street  and  114  Kirkgate,  Leith 
Chalmers,  John,  shoemaker,  26  Calton  hill 
Chalmers,   John,    surveyor  of  buildings,    30 

St  James'  square 
Chalmers,  John,  coal  merchant,  11  PortHope- 

toun — house,  1G9  Fountainbridge 
Chalmers,  John  Inglis,  27  Inverleith  row 
Chalmers,  Richard,  grocer,  8  Fife  place 
Chalmers,  William  &    Co.  spirit  dealers,   2 

Shrub  place 
Chalmers,  Wm.  tailor,  9  Barony  street 
Chalmers,  Mrs  M.,  38  Cumberland  street 
Chalmers,    Mrs   James,   lodgings,    22   India 

street 
Chalmers,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  84  Gt.  King  st. 
Chalmers,  Mrs,  1  Sylvan  place 
Chalmers,  Mrs  Thos.  20  Barony  street 
Chalmers,  Mrs,  5  Norton  place 
Chalmers,  Miss  A.,  Craigleith  house^ 
Chalmers,  Miss  MarioUj  33  Dublin  street 
Chalmers,  Miss,  Churchhill,  Morningside 
Chalmers,  Miss,  58  India  street 
Chamber  of  Commerce  &  Manufactures,  10 

Hunter  square— J.  F.  MacfarJane  and  W. 

Law,  honorary  secretaries 
Chambers,  W.  ( IF.  <|-  R.  C),  13  Manor  place 
Chambers,  W.  and  R.  publishers,  339  High 

street 
Chamney,  Thos.  &  Co.  boot  and  shoemakers, 

16  Bristo  street 
Chancellor,    George,  W.S.   {Macallan   §•    C, 

Agents  for  the  Liverpool  and  London  Fire 

and  Life  Insurance  Co.),  26  Rutland  sq.^ — 

ho.  34  George  sq. 
Chancellor,  Mrs,  sen.  of  Shieldhill,  34  George 

square 
Chancery   OfBce,  Register  house — director, 

Archd.  M'Neill,  W.S.  8  Hill  street— house, 

73  Great  King  street 
Chaplin,   Thos.    Robertson,    accountant,  II 

Gloucester  place 
Chapman,    David,    card    manufacturer,    32 

Bernard  street,  Leith 


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Chapman,  Edward,  M.D.,  Hawkfield  house 
Chapman,  John,  M.D.  Hawkfield  ho.  Leitb 
Chapman,  John,  junr.  surgeon,  Hawkfield  ho. 
Chapman,  John,  joiner,  208  Canongate 
Chapman,  Thos.    auctioneer  and   appraiser, 

5  Melbourne  Place — ho.  10  St  Patrick  sq. 
Chapman,  IMrs  Henry,  Leith  mount,  Leith 
CiiAniTv  Workhouse,  Forrest  road 
Charity  Woikhouse,  Canongate,   Tolbooth 

wynd 
CuARiTY  Workhouse,  West  Kirk,  Lothian  rd. 
Charles.  C.  furniture  dealer,  60  Broughton  st, 
Charles,  George,  flesher,  5G  Fountainbridge 
Charles,  George,  agent,  15  St  Anthony  place 
Charles,  James,  cowfeedtr,  6  Elder  street 
Charles,    James,    furnishing   ironmonger,   20 

Broughton  street. — See  Adv. 
Charles,  John,  42  Inverleith  row 
Charles,   Wra.   flesher,    8    Middle   market — 

house,  3  Buccleuch  street 
Charteris,  Miss,  33  Bridge  street,  Leith 
Chatham,  Jn.  cheesera.  &  grocer,  326  Lawn- 
market — house,  23  Archibald  place 
Chatto,  Mifs,  21  Pitt  street 
Chaumont,   Louis   F.  teacher  of  French,  44 

Castle  street 
Clieape,  Douglas,  Lixmount,  Trinity 
Cheape,  Mrs,  of  Rossie,  31  George  square 
Chedburn,  George,  lodgings,  53  Frederick  st. 
Chedburu,  George,  bootmaker,  88  Princes  st. 
Chedburng,  basket  and  brush  warehouse,  88 

Princes  street 
Chesney,    David,    saw  maker    and    retailer, 

Mary  King's  close 
Chessar,  Mrs  Wm.  lodgings,  10  Castle  street 
Cheyne,  Charles,  surgeon,  3  Hamilton  place, 

Xewington 
Cheyne,    Henry   (^Gordon,   Stuart,  and   C), 

6  Koyal  ttrrace 

Cheyne,  Misses,  Rosebank,  Whitehouse  loan 
Chicken,  William,  wine  and  spirit  dealer,  14 

Market  street 
Chiene,  Glo.  T.  accountant,  7  George  street — 

— Lous?,  9  Howard  place 
Chiene,  Pat.  24  Abercromby  place 
Child,   W.   K.  &   Co.  china    and  cut    glass 

store,  97  George  street 
Child,  W.  K.  merchant,  1  Baxter's  place 
Child,  Mrs,  8  Hart  street 
Chilton,  Wm.  lodgings,  7  No.-W.  Circus  pi. 
Chirniide,   Matthew,  tailor  and  clothier,  25 

North  bridge 
Chisholm,  Archd.  smith,  24  Kirkgate,  Leith 
Chisholm,  David  (iV.  B.  Insurance  Office),  33 

Montagu  street 
Chisholm,  John  Knox,  dentist,  33  Queen  st. 
Chisholm,  Robert  {Mackay  §-  C),  25   East 

Claremont  street 
Chisholm,  Robt.  cowfeeder,  22  Charles  street 
Chisholm,  Robt.  clothier,  25  Thistle  street 
Chisholm,  Wm.  leather  mercht.  15  Blair  st. 
Chisholm,  Miss,  French  staymaker,  16George 

street 


Chisholm,   Mrs,  straw-hat  manufacturer  and 
furrier,  18  North  bridge 
j  Chisholme,  Robert,  15  Bruntsfield  place 
I  Christiansen,  J.  &  Co.  shipbrokcrs  and  com- 
mission  merchants,  2  Dock  place — housp, 
I      43  Bridge  street 

j  Christie,  Alex,  old  bookseller,  97  Nicolson  st. 
j  Christie,  Alex,  wine,  spirit,   and  malt  liquor 
mercht.  23  George  st. — house,  67  Hanover 
I      street 

i  Christie,  Alexander,    historical   and   portrait 
j      painter,  20  Forth  street 

Christie,  Alexander,  spirit  dealer,  3  Dock 
place 

Christie,  Alex,  lodgings,  30  Cumberland  st. 

Christie,  Alex,  of  Hawkhiil,  Leith 

Christie,  George,  lodgings,  5  Howe  street 

Christie,  Captain  James,  8  Duncan  street 

Christie,  Hendry,  tobacco  and  snuff  manufr. 
45  South  bridge 

Christie,  James,  grocer  and  wine  merchant, 
30  High  street 

Christie,  James,  shoemaker,  22  Thistle  street 

Christie,  John  C,  W.S.  20  Forth  street 

Christie,  John  &  Son, breeches  makers,  hosiers, 
and  glovers,  16  George  street 

Christie,  John  {of  A.  C/o/g  Sf  Co.),  Lauder 
road.  Grange 

Christie,  John,  10  Hanover  street 

Christie,  John,  6  St  John  street 

Christie,  Joseph,  superintend,  east  division, 
Edinburgh  Poor's  House 

Christie  &  Alexander,  black  cloth  and  silk 
merchants,  and  general  and  family  m.^urn- 
ing  outfitters,  the  national  mourning  ware- 
house, 82,  83,  and  84  South  bridge 

Christie,  Peter,  engraver,  printer,  and  litho- 
grapher, 5  Drummond  street 

Christie,  Robert,  manager,  Scottish  Equitable 
Life  Assurance  Society — house.  Juniper 
green,  Colinton 

Christie,  Robert,  grocer  and  wine  merchant, 
53  Hanover  street 

Christie,  Robert,  junior  (secretary  Northern 
Assurance  Company),   16  Bonnington  pi. 

Chribtie,  Robert  L.  working  jeweller  and 
watchmaker,  18  and  20  Bank  street,  and  19 
Tolbooth  wynd,  Leith 

Christie,  Samuel  and  William,  slaters,  45 
Constitution  street 

Christie,  Captain  T.,  R.N.,  16  Hope  street 

Christie,  Wm.  cabinetmaker,  Victoria  terrace 

Christie,  William,  22  Scotland  street 

Christie,  William  {J.  C.  4-  Son),  16  BJacket 
place 

Christie,  W.  L.  27  Hamilton  place.  Stock - 
bridge 

Christie,  Mrs  David,  20  Forth  street 

Christie,  Mrs  John,  25  St  James' square 

Christie,  Mrs,  2  Darnaway  street 

Christie,  Mrs,  14  Pitt  street 

Christie,  Mrs,  9  Duncan  street 

Christie,  Miss,  30  Howard  place 


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Christison,  Dr,  professor  of  materia  medica, 
and  consulting  physician,  40  Moray  place 

Christison,  John,  advocate,  sheriff  of  Ayrshire, 
3  Great  Stuart  street 

Chrystal,  C.  shoemaker,  28  Haddington  pi. 

Chrystal,  Robert,  tobacconist,  185  High  street 
— house,  72  Broughton  street 

Chrystal,  Miss,  teach,  of  drawing,  72  Brough- 
ton street 

Chrystie,  Misses,  30  Dublin  street 

Church  of  England  Life  and  Fire  Assu- 
rance Institution,  55  Great  King  street. 
— See  Adv. 

Church  (Established)  of  Scotland  Schemes 
Office,  22  Queen  street 

Chyne,  IVIrs,  50  Rankeillor  street 

Ciceri  and  Pini,  carvers,  gilders,  and  looking- 
glass  manufacturers,  81  Leith  street — house, 
11  Calton  street. — See  Adv. 

Circus  Place  School,  4  N.-E.  Circus  place,  and 

2  Royal  circus — A.  Musgrave,  rector 
City  Chamberlain's  Office,  10  Royal  Exch. 
City  Chambers,  10  Royal  Exchange 

City  Clerk's  Office,  10  Royal  Exchange 
City  of  Edin.  Paving  Board,  39  George  st. 
City  of  Glasgow  Life  Assurance  Co.  21    St 
Andrew  sq. — Rob.  Balfour,  sec. — See  Adv. 
City  of  Glasgow  Bank — Alex.  Stronach.mana- 
ger,   12    Hanover  street  —  sub-offices,   60 
Grassmarket,  and  8  Hunter  Square — Chas. 
Hay,  sub-manager 
City  Poor-Rates  office,  57  North  Bridge 
City  Procurator-Fiscars  office,  10  Royal  Ex- 
change 
Clapperton,  Jas.  {Wishart  8^-  C.),Williamfield 
Clapperton,  James,  15  West  Preston  street 
Clapperton,  John  &  Co.  wholesale  and  retail 

woollen  drapers,  371  High  street 
Clapperton,  John  (J.  C.  §-  Co.),  14.  Great  King 

street 
Clapperton,  J.  china  merchant,  48  Dundas  st. 
Clapperton,  M.  J.  grocer,  31  Upper  Gray  st. 
Clapperton,  Thos.  {J.  C.  §-  Co.),  12  Teviotrow 
Clapperton,  Mrs  Alex.  14  Great  King  street 
Clapperton,  Mrs  James,  Williamfield 
Clark  &  Crawford,  grocers  and  wine  merchts. 

3  Rutland  place 

Clark,  Adam,  Wool  Pack  inn,  14  Bristo  street 
Clark,  Alex.  (Falkirk  Iron  Co.)    6  Wharton 

place 
Clark,  Alex,  provision  store,  79  Broughton  st. 
Clark,  Alex,  clerk,  52  Broughton  street 
Clark,  Andrew  R.  advocate,  64  Northumber- 
land street 
Clark,  Chas.,  S.S.C  51  Castle  street 
Clark,  David,  inspector  of  weights,  124  Pleas. 
Clark,  Fran.  Wm.  aiivocate,  35  London  street 
Clark,  G.  &  A.  grocers  and  wine  merchants, 

1  Elm  row — house,  17  Forth  street 
Clark,  George,  plumber,  23  Rose  street 
Clark,  James,  spirit  dealer,  4  Shakspeare  sq. — 

house,  2 
Clark,  John,  6  Teviot  row 


Clark,  John,   Venetian-blind    manufacturer, 

Gayfield  sq.  and  Lothian  Road 
Clark,  Rev.  John,  9  St  John  street 
Clark,  Robert,  wholesale  tea  dealer^  36  Drum- 

mond  place 
Clark,  R.  and  Co,  merchants,  31  Hanover  st. 
Clark,  R.  &  R.  printers,  42  Hanover  street 
Clark,  Robert  (R.  ^-  R.  C),  33  East  Clare- 

mont  St. 
Clark,  Robt.  engraver  &  lithographer,  8  So. 

St  Andrew  st. — houpe,  26  Dublin  street 
Clark,  Robert,  writer,  24  Pleasance 
Clark,  T.  &  T.  law-booksellers  and  publish- 
ers, 38  George  street 
Clark,  Thos.,  D.D.  7  Queen  street 
Clark,  Thomas  {T.  Sf  T.  C),  4  Hart  stre 
Clark,  Thomas,  waiter,  19  Fettes  row 
Clark,  Wm.  house-agent,  22  Carnegie  st. 
Clark,  Mrs  John,  11  Keir  street 
Clark,  Mrs  John,  hotel  and  tavern,  Pier  pi. 

Newhaven 
Clark,  Mrs,  sick-nurse,  12  Carnegie  street 
Clark,    Mrs,    milliner    and    dressmaker,    40 

George  street 
Clark,  Miss,  30  Royal  circus 
Clark,  Misses  Eliza  and  Jane,  78  George  st. 
Clarke,  Ralph,  Meadow  lodge.  Meadow  walk 
Clarke,  Wm.  Echo  Bank 
Clarkson,  Eben.,  M.D.,  E.I.C.S.  18  Brough- 

ton  place 
Clarksou,  William,  builder,  7  Spittal  street 
Clarkson,  Mrs,  34  London  street 
Clason,  James  H.  10  Buccleuch  place 
Clason,  Rev.  Patrick,  D.D.  22  Gtorge  sq. 
Clay,  John,  smith.  Circus  lane 
Clazy,  Geo.  city  missionary,  18  Meadow  pi, 
Cleghorn,  George,  china  and  cut  gla.'s  ware- 
house, 12  St  Andrew  square 
Cleghorn,   John,   Clydesdale  inn,  2G   Grass- 
market 
Cleghorn,  Thos.  advocate,  26  Queen  street 
Cleghorn,  Wm.  spirit  dealer,  Tyne  Castle 
Cleghorn,  William,  teacher,  5  Buccleuch  st. 
Cleghorn,  Mrs,  Stonefield,  Canaan 
Cleghorn,  IMiss,  40  Castle  street 
Cleghorn,  Miss  Jane,  Berlin  and  fancy  ware- 
house, 6Q  George  street 
Cleland,  Mrs  Wm.  7  Malta  terrace 
Cleland,  Mrs,  13  Annandale  street 
Clement,  George,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  42 

North  Richnaond  street 
Clement,  Miss  Ann,  dressmaker,  42  North 

Richmond  street 
Clephane,  Mrs,  15  Buccleuch  street 
Clepbane,  Mrs  Joseph,  lodgings,  6  Howe  st. 
Clerihew,  Peter,  lodgings,  3  Albany  street 
Clerk,  John,   coal  office,   E.  &  G.   Railway 

Station,  Haymarket 
Cleugh,   John   C.  {Mackay,  Cunningham ,  §• 

Co.).,  9  Newington  place 
Cleugh,  Miss  Eliza,  3  Rutland  square 
Clinkscales,  Robert,  linen-draper,  168   High 
street — house,  24  St  Patrick  square 


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Clunes,  Jas.  {Mercury  Office),  33  Parkside  st. 
Clunas,  Alex,  coal  merchant,  7  Lauriston  st. 
Clydesdale  Banking  Co.  Royal  Exchange — 

James  Greenhill,  manager 
Clydesdale  Dairy  Co.  24  Howe  street — James 

Christie,  dairyman 
Coates,    Thomas,    recorder    Calton    burying 

grounds,  17  Calton  hill 
Cobban,  Mrs,  25  Raeburn  place 
Cobbold,  Charles,  Broughton  park 
Cobbold,Thos.  Spence,  M.D.  25  Archibald  pi. 
Cobham,  M.  prof,  of  music,  &c.  38  India  st. 
Cochrane,  Andrew,  14  Brandon  street 
Cochrane,  Paterson,  &  Co.  corn  factors  and 

general  com.  agents,  20  Constitution  street 
Cochrane,    Henry,   assistant    superintendent, 

Dairy  Cemetery 
Cochrane,  Henry,  Railway  inn,  Haymarket 
Cochrane,   James  &  Co.   gas-meter  makers, 

Greenside  lane 
Cochrane,  Robt.  &  John,  coach  builders,  36 

Bread  street 
Cochrane,  .James,  2  Janefield  place,  Leith 
Cochrane,  Jn.  mast  and  block  maker,  29  Com- 
mercial pi. — ho.  13  Cromwell  st.  Leith 
Cochrane,  John,    tin-plate   worker   and  gas- 
fitter,  77  Kirkgate 
Cochrane,  John,  china   merchant,  27  West 

Preston  street 
Cochrane,  Jn.,  M.D.  surgeon  and  apothecary, 

503  Lawnmarket — ho.  17  Argyle  square 
Cochrane,  Robert,  corn  dealer,  30  Earl  Grey  st. 
Cochrane,  Robt.  H.  grocer,  2  High  street 
Cochrane,  Thomas,  shawl  manufacturer,  15 

Nicolson  street 
Cochrane,  Wm.  G.  {^Cochrane  and  Paterson), 

2  James'  place,  Leith 
Cochrane,  Wm.  tailor  and  clothier,  115  Kirk- 

gate,  Leith 
Cochrane,  Mrs,  35  York  place 
Cochrane,  Mrs,  5  Randolph  place 
Cockburn  and  Co.  wine  raerchts.  7  Duke  st. 

Leith 
Cockburn,  Alexander,  16  Alva  street 
Cockburn,  Alex,  cowfeeder,  208  Canongate 
Cockburn,  Alex,  surgeon  R.N.  9  Union  street 
Cockburn,  A.  goldbmith  and  jeweller,  3  Fre- 
derick street 
Cockburn,  C  hosier,  glover,  and  shirt  maker, 

96  Princes  st. — house,  13  Bank  street 
Cockbiirn,   James,  fruit   merchant,   2  JBristo 

place — bouse,  3  Chapel  st. 
Cockburn,  James,  hairdresser,  45  Clerk  st. 
Cockburn,  J.  H.  West  India  merchant,  1  Baltic 

street 
Cockburn,  J.,  and  Campbell,  wine  merchants, 

32  St  Andrew  square 
Cockburn,  John  (  C.  ^-  Campbell),  5  Doune  ter. 
Cockburn,  John,  keeper.  Royal  Society ,  Royal 

Institution 
Cockburn,  John,  tea,  wine,  and  spirit  mer- 
chant, 21  South  Castle  street 
Cockburn,  P.  cowfeeder,  25  Arthur  street 


Cockburn,  Peter,  cowfeeder,  18  Duke  street, 
Leith,  and  107  Kirkgate 

Cockburn,  Robt.  coal  merchant,  19  Dundas  st. 

Cockburn,  Robert,  coffee-room,  51  Tolbooth 
wynd,  Leith 

Cockburn,  R.  L.  baker,  27  Dean  street 

Cockburn,  Mrs  C.  cap  maker,  13  Bank  street 

Cockburn,  Mrs,  2  Manor  place 

Cockburn,  Mrs,  French  staymaker,  2  Buc- 
cleuch  street 

Cockburn,  Miss  Agnes,  1 1  Dublin  street 

Cockburn,  Misses,  4  Castle  street 

Cockson,  Mrs,  India  shawl  and  lace  darner, 
22  Society 

Coghiil,  J.  pay-sergeant  &  storekeeper.  Royal 
Mid- Lothian  Yeo.  Cavalry,  15  St  James' sq. 

Colcleuch,  Mrs,  23  St  James'  square 

Coleman,     Abraham,     surgeon-dentist   and 
chemist,  18  Frederick  street — house,  13 

Colden,  John  and  Son,  wrights  and  under- 
takers, Morrison  street,  Tobago  street 

Coldstream,  Dr  John,  F.R.C.P.  51  York  place 

Coldstream,  Mrs,  1  Hermitage  place,  Leith 

Cold  well,  James,  smith,  Mary  place 

Collector's  office,  Canongate  poor-rates,  163 
Canongate 

Collector's  oflSce,  West  Kirk  poor-rates,  1 
Rutland  street 

Collector's  office.  Police  &  Prison  Assess- 
ments, Police  chambers.  High  street 

Collector's  office,  Police  Assessment,  110 
Constitution  street,  Leith 

Collector's  oflBce,  S.  Leith  poor  rate  and 
road  money,  59  Constitution  street 

Collegiate  Institution,  7  Great  King  street. 
— See  Adv. 

Collie,  D.  R.  &  Son,  printers  and  publishers, 
19  St  David  street — ho.  51  Hopepark  end 

Collie,  D.  of  Commercial  Bank,  7  So.  Char- 
lotte street 

Collier,  G.  baker,  23  Tolbooth  wynd,  Leith 

Collier,  John,  tailor,  14  Heriot  pi.  Lauriston 

Collier,  William  (  Witness  Office),  2  West 
Nicolson  street 

Collins,  E.  &  Son,  joiners,  upholsterers,  and 
cabinet-makers,  110  Rose  street — house,  26 
Frederick  street 

Colonial  Life  Assurance  Co.  5  George  street. 
— See  Adv. 

Colquhoun,  John  C.  advocate,  10  Melville  st. 

Colquhoun,  James,  M.D.,  H.E.I.C.S.24War- 
riston  crescent 

Colquhoun,  Ludovic,  advocate,  18  George 
square 

Colquhoun,  Peter,  grocer,  70  Cumberland  st. 

Colquhoun,  Miss,  27  Stafford  street 

Colthered,  John,  dairy,  16  Cumberland  street 

Colston  &  Son,  printers,  &c.  80  Rose  street- 
house,  33  Parkside  street 

Colston,  Mrs  James,  38  Rankeillor  street 

Coltness  Colliery  Oflfice,  Chas.  Brown,  agent,] 
Lothian  road 

Colville,  Mrs,  100  Lauriston  place 


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Colville,  Misses,  7  Rankeillor  street 
Colvin,  George  {Dryburgh  Sf  Co.),  12  Beau- 
mont place 
Comb,  James,  coal  merchant,  4  Semple  street 
Comb,  Robert,  upholsterer,  6  Hanover  street 
Comb,  Robt.  shoemaker,  22  Dundas  street 
Combe,  Charles  T.  (  Combe,  Ree  S^-  Co.),  36  York 

place 
Combe,  George,  45  Melville  street 
Combe,  J.  S.,  M.D.,  F.R.C.S.E.  36   York 

place 
Combe,  Matthew,  tailor,  34  North  bridge 
Combe,  Ree  &  Co.  corn  factors  and  merchants, 

19  Constitution  street 
Combe,  Misses,  7  Morrison  street 
Commercial  Bank  of  Scotland,  14  George  St., 

and  24  Constitution  street,  Leith 
Commercial  Credit  Mutual  Assurance  Soc. 

25  York  place 
Commissary    Office,   Exchequer    Chambers, 

Parliament    sq.  —  W.    Alexander,     W.S. 

clerk — T.  Inglis,  depute 
Common,  Robert,  waiter,  4  Hill  place 
Common,  Wm.  candlemaker,  8  Union  place  and 

Megget's  court — house,  13  Union  place 
Compositors'    Society  —  Wm.    G.   Souter, 

15  Richmond  place,  clerk 
Compton,  Mrs,  Grange  loan 
Comrie,  Alex.  18  Rankeillor  street 
Conacherj  J.  &  P.  organ-builders,  3  Downie 

place 
Conacher,  John,  auctioneer  and  appraiser,  22 

and  100  Victoria  street 
Condamine  &  Drummond,  wine  merchants, 

4  Duke  street,  Leith 
Condamine  &  Co.  vfine  merchants,  4  Duke 

street,  Leith 
Condamine,  R.  de  la,  28  Brougbton  place 
Congleton,  Thos.  wine  &  spirit  mercht.  6  Han- 
over street  and  355  High  street — ho.  369 
Connell,  James,  of  Lonning  head,  38  Inver- 

leith  row 
Connell,  William,  coach  and  harness  maker, 

6  Richmond  place 
Connell,  Mrs,  1  So.  James  street 
Conning,  Alex.  jun.  flesher,  18  Raeburn  place 
Connolly,  Archd.  cattle-dealer,  Belfrage  lane 
Connolly,  James  S.  printer,  9  Montagu  street 
Connolly,    Miss   Margaret,    dressmaker,    5© 

Buccleuch  street 
Conochie,    John,  letter-carrier,   10   Middle 

Arthur  place 
Conochie,  Wm.  letter-carrier,  10  Arthur  st. 
Consistorial     Clerk's    Office,    Parlislment 

house 
Constable,  J.  &  M.  shawl,  crape,  and  dress 

cleaners,  56  Lothian  street 
Constable,  Thomas,  printer  to  her  Majesty, 

11  Thistle  St.— ho.  Selville,  Portobello 
Constable,  Thomas  and  Co.  publishers,  31 

St  Andrew  Square 
Consul,  American,  John  Broadfoot,  16  As- 
sembly street 


Consul,  Belgian,  John  M.  Mitchell,  2  Dock 
place,  Leith 

Consul,  Brazilian,  H.  Denovan,  10  Dock 
gates 

Consul,  Danish,  Wm.  Marshall,  26  Consti- 
tution street,  Leith 

Consul,  French,  for  all  Scotland,  Jules 
P'leury,  17  Heriot  row 

Consul,  Hanseatic  Vice,  A.  Robinow,  25 
Constitution  street,  Leith 

Consul,  Oldenburg,  Henry  Denovan,  10 
Dock  gates 

Consul,  Mecklenburg,  Henry  Denovan,  10 
Dock  gates 

Consul,  Netherlands  &  Hanover,  Alexander 
Paterson,  9  Bernard  street,  Leith 

Consul,  Portuguese,  Wm.  Muir,  42  Quality- 
street,  Leith 

Consul,  Prussian,  J.  G.  Thomson,  18 
S.  St  Andrew  street,  and  27  St  Andrew 
street,  Leith 

Consul,  Russ-ian,  David  Thom,  28  Constitu- 
tion street,  Leith 

Consul,  Spanish,  James  Gordon,  2  Coatfield 
lane 

Consul,  Swedish  and  Norwegian,  T.  Hut- 
chinson, Railway  buildings.  Citadel 

Conway,  Patrick,  clothier,  4  St  Mary's  wynd. 
— See  Adv. 

Conway,  Mrs,  53  Lothian  street 

Cook,  Alex.  Shank,  advocate,  35  Gt.  King  st. 

Cook,  Alex,  carter,  Albany  st.  cottage,  Leith 

Cook,  John  {W.  8f  J.  C. ),  1 1  Great  King  st. 

Cook,  Robt.  shipmaster,  Claremont  Park, 
Leith 

Cook,  Thos.  hatter,  3  Tolbooth  wynd 

Cook,  W.  &  J.,  W.S.  32  Abercromby  place 

Cook,  Walter,  25  Drummond  place 

Cook,  Misses,  9  West  Preston  street 

Cooke,  James,  teacher  of  music,  40  Gt.Kingst. 

Coombs,  Rev.  J.  A.  34  Great  King  street 

Cooper,  Alex,  carver  and  gilder,  21  Baltic  st. 

Cooper,  A.  haircutter  &  perfr.,  19  Downie  pi. 

Cooper,  Charles,  30  St  James'  square 

Cooper,  David,  accountant,  5  Greenside  row 

Cooper,  Edw.  A.  printer,  31  Cumberland  st. 

Cooper,  Jas.  boot  and  shoem.  3  High  terrace 

Cooper,  Robert,  lodgings,  35  Scotland  street 

Cooper,  Thos.  &  Co.  buiton  factors,  agents, 
&c.  1  &  2  So.  bridge,  &  2  No.  bridge 

Cooper,  Thomas  (C.  Sf  Co.),  15  Blacket  pi. 

Cooper,  Thomas,  silversmith,  2  Swinton  row 
— house,  20  Barony  street 

Cooper,  Wm.  teacher  of  writing,  arithmetic, 
and  book-keeping,  10  George  street 

Cooper,  Wm.  cowfeeder,  3  Sheriff  brae 

Cooper,  Mrs  Wm.  hotel  and  tavern  keeper, 
23  Fleshmarket  close 

Cooper,  Miss  Hannah,  Lord  Russell  place 

Copland,  Geo.  clothier,  37  Frederick  street 

Copland,  R.  T.  tailor  &  clothier,  20  George 
street 

Copland,  Mrs  Francis,  midwife,  88  Abbey  hill 


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Corbett,  Wm.  surgeon-dentist,53  Frederick  st. 

Corbett,  Mrs  Jane,  lodgings,  14  Cumberland  I 

street  j 

Cormack,  D.  &  Son,  smiths  and  ironmongers,  ' 

1  Terrace,  Leith  st,  &  Shakspeare  square 
Cormack  and  M'AIillan,  W.S.  33  York  place 
Cormack,  D.  {D.  C.  4"  Son),  Comely  Green 

house 
Cormack,  David,  S.S.C.  and  accountant,  and 
agent  for  the  Law  Life  Assurance  Suciety 
of  London,  33  York  place. — See  Adv. 
Cormack,  Hugh,  bookseller  and  stationer,  48 
George  street — house,  21  Leopold  place        [ 
Cormack,  James  (Z).  C.6{Soii),'l\  St  James'"  sq.  ; 
Cormack,  James,  spirit  dealer,  10  Shore  | 

Cormack,  Jolin,  butcher,   10   Elder  street — I 
house,  25  Clyde  street  1 

Cormack,  Wm.  22  Inverleith  row  | 

Cormack,  Mrs,  106  Lauriston  place 
Cormack,  JMiss,  straw-hat  maker  and  mil- 
liners, 13  Xorth  bridge 
Corner,   J.    wood    engraver,    14   Beaumont 

place 
Corner,  Jas.  &  Co.  {late  A.  Machryde),  hair- 
dresser &  perfumer  to  the  Queen,  67  George 
street 
Corner,  John,  tailor  &  clothier,  60  Princes 

street 
Corner,  ]\Iiss  JIary,  lady  body-belt  and  stay- 
maker,  161  Rose  Street 
Cornet,  Mrs,  lodgings,  12  Cumberland  street 
Corns,  Wm.  &  Co.  stationers,  envelope  manu- 
facturers,  and   bookbinders,  26    Waterloo 
place — house,  7  Little  King  street 
Cornwall,  Dr,  F.R.C.S.6  West  Circus  place 
Cornwall,  James,  6  Bellevue  terrace 
Corrie,  Thomas,  25  Melville  street 
Corstorphine,    Peter,    boot    and    shoemaker, 

M'Niel  place,  Leith  walk 
Cosens,  John,  W.S.  15  Broughton  place 
Cosens,  Peter,  advocate,  15  Broughton  place 
Cossar,  G.  (^Bank  of  Scotland) ,   4  Frederick 

street 
Cossar,  James,  flesher,  113  Causeyside 
Cottam,  Richd.  tailor,  6  Infirmary  street 
Cottingham,  Joseph  {Office  of  Inland  Reve- 

7iue),  Elizafield,  Bonniugton 
Cotton,   George   &    Son,  tobacconists  to  the 

royal  household,  23  Princes  street 
Cotton,  George,  S.S.C.  40  York  place 
Cotton,  George  (  G.  C.  and  Son),  71  Bristo  st. 
Cotton,  George,    tobacco   manufacturer,   231 

High  street 
Cotton,  James,  231  High  street — house,  10 

Buccleuch  place 
Cotton,  John,  snuff  manufacturer,  35  Princes 

street,  and  68  Bristo  street 
Cotton,  Wm.  (G.  C.  Sf  Son),  3  Blacket  pi. 
Coubrough,  John,  grocer  and  spirit  merchant, 

19  Greenside  street 
Council  Chambers,  10  Royal  Exchange 
Council  Chambers,  Leith,  107  Constitution 
street 


County   Fire   Office,   8   Gloucester   place- 
Webster  &   Kenny,  and  Fred.  H.   Carter, 
16  Queen  street,  agents 
County    Police  Office,   County  hall,    Edin- 
burgh, and  Bathfield  cottage,  Leith 
County  Prison  Board,  39  George  street 
Couper,  Andrew,  brewer,  1 1  St  Anthony  st. 

Leith 
Couper,  J.  (  Wm.  C.  8f  So7i),  I  London  street 
Couper,  Robert,  dairy,  5  Duncan  street 
Couper,  Wm.  H.  writer,  4  Pitt  street,  Leith 
Couper,  Wm.  &  Son,  bootmakers,  6  St  An- 
drew square 
Couper,  Miss,  dressmaker,  6  Leopold  place 
Couper,  Misses,  dress  and  strawbonnet  makers, 

7  Barony  street 
Couper,  J.  &  A.  dressmakers,  30  Rose  street 
Coupland,  John,  bookbinder,  56  High  street 
Courant  Publishing  Office,  188  High  street 

— printing  office,  190 
Court,  John,  S.S.C.  21  George  square 
Cousin,  David,  architect  and  city  superinten- 
dent. City  chambers — ho.  Greenhill  gardens 
Cousin,  Geo.  surveyor  and  valuator  of  build- 
ings, 12  Royal  Exchange — house,  Greenhill, 
Bruntsfield  Links 
Cousin,  James,  cabinetmaker,  101  Hope  park 
Cousin,  John,  builder,  56  Cumberland  st. 
Couston,  D.  provision  merchant,  33  Sheriff 

brae,  Leith 
Coutie,  Wm.  boot  and  shoemaker,  309  High  st.  J 
Coutts,  Alex,  spirit  dealer,  44  Broughton  st.   ^ 
Coutts,  Charles,  spirit  dealer,  10  Gibb's  entry 
Coventry,  Andrew,  advocate,  29  JMoray  place 
Coventry,  Rev.  George,  of  Shan  well,  33  Mel- 
ville street 
Coventry,  Mrs  Dr,  28  Moray  place 
Cow,  W.,  Laverock  bank  cottage,  Trinity 
Cowan  &  Co.  paper  makers,  stationers,  and 

vellum  binders,  17  Princes  street 
Cowan   &   Strachan,    silk    mercers,   &c.    15 

Princes  street 
Cowan,  Alex.  30  Royal  terrace 
Cowan,  A.  D.  1  Lower  Gilmour  place 
Cowan,  Charles,  ironmonger,  136    High   st. 

— house,  8  Gilmour  place 
Cowan,  David  {Hunter,   Blair,  and   C),    17 

Moray  place    - 
Cowan,  Geo.,  M.D.  surgeon,  30  Clerk  street 
Cowan,    Geo.   razor   paste   and  furniture  oil 

manufacturer,  1  S.-W.  Circus  place 
Cowan,  James  (Coivan  Sf  Co.).,  17  Princes  st. 

— house,  33  Royal  terrace 
Cowan,  James,  M.D.  surgeon,  14  Rankeillor  st 
Cowan,  Dr  James,  surgeon  R.N.  23  Nelson 

street 
Cowan,  James  G.  {Grindlay,  C.  and  Co..,  Leith), 

24  Drummond  place 
Cowan,  James,  gardener,  1  Abbey 
Cowan,  John,  portrait  painter,  2  Marshall's 

court 
Cowan,  Lord,  4  Ainslie  place 
Cowan,  Robert,  W.S.  9  Carlton  terrace 


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Cowan,  William^  brassfounder  and  gas  meter 

maker,  60  Buccleuch  street — ho.   1  West 

Maitland  street 
Cowan,  Wm.  3  Comely  greeu  place 
Cowan,  Wm.  2  Montpelier 
Cowan,  Mrs,  7  Hill  place 
Cowan,  Mrs,  9  Carlton  terrace 
Cowey,  Mrs  Wm.  3  Gayfield  place 
Cowie,  Alexander,  27  Gilmore  place 
Cowie,  R.  A.  portrait  and  historical  painter, 

68  George  street 
Cowieson,  David  &  Peter,   printsellers,  sta- 
tioners,  and    general    warehousemen,    50 

Nicolson  street 
Cownie  &  Son,  clothier,  27  Lothian  street — 

house,  41  Lothian  street 
Cownie,  William,  jun.  13  Rankeillor  street 
Cowper,  Wm.  writer,  29  Alva  street 
Cowper,  Mrs,  corsetmaker,  34  Castle  street 
Cowper,  Misses,  day  and  boarding  school,  22 

Gardner's  crescent 
Coxe,  James,  9  Atholl  crescent 
Cox,  Robert,  W.S.  25  Rutland  street 
Cox,  Wm.  envelope  maker  &  black  borderer, 

2  Greenside  place 
Coxson,  James,  grocer,  100  Abbey  hill,  and 

6  Baxter's  place 
Grabble,  John  &  Co.,  merchts..  Great  Junction 

road,  Leith 
Grabble,  John  (J.  C.  8)- Co.),  27  Pilrig  street 
Crabbie,  R.  S.  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  59 

Yardheads — house,  1  Smith's  place 
Crabbie,Mrs  Janet,  linen  and  woollen  draper, 

42  North  bridge — house,  37  North  bridge 
Crager,  Philip,  3  East  Preston  street 
Craig,  Christie,  and  Co.  hat  manufacturers, 

23  Potterrow 
Craig  and  Rose,  oil  merchants  and  drysalters, 

Anderson's  place 
Craig,  Alex,  and  Co.  clothiers  and  hatters  to 

the  Queen,  103  &  104  South  bridge 
Craig,  Alex.  6  Carlton  street 
Craig,  And.  &  Wm.  lock  and  hinge  makers, 

Rae's  close,  Canongate 
Craig,  Archibald  (  Crazp-s  Brothers),  1 1  Blacket 

place 
Craig,  David,  baker,  6  Norton  place 
Craig,  David  Jamieson,  38  Dublin  street 
Craig,  D.  Register  House,  15  Brandon  street 
Craig,  Henry,  Wardie  crescent 
Craig,  Jas.  T.  Gibson,  W.S.  24  York  place 
Craig,  James,  tea,  wine,  and  spirit  merchant, 

40  Broughton  st. — house,  64 
Craig,   James,   grocer,    wine  merchant,'  and 

spirit  dealer,  40  Clerk  street 
Craig,  James,    manager  Sunhury  Distillery, 

20  Great  Stuart  street 
Craig,  James,  shoemaker,  385  Lawnmarket 
Craig,  John,  clothier,  3  Leith  street  terrace — 

house,  24  Greenside  place 
Craig,  John,  provision  merchant,  8  Catharine 

street — house,  10 
Craig,  Jn.  (^Advertiser  office),  23  Lauriston  st. 


Craig,  Thomas,  baker  and  victual  dealer,  42 

Broughton  street — house,  72 
Craig,  Mrs  Jas.  midwife,  10  Middle  Arthur  p]. 
Craig,    Mrs  Janet,  spirit  dealer,    1   St  Leo- 
nard's hill 
Craig,  Mrs  J.  8  Grove  street 
Craig,  Mvi,  ladies'  nurse,  51  India  place 
Craig,  Miss,  6  West  Claremont  street 
Craig,  Misses,  stockmakers,  80  Princes  street 
Craigs  Brothers,  wholesale  and  retail  woollen 

drapers  and  hatters,  107  South  bridge 
Craigie,  Dr  Dav.  physician,  19  Montagu  st. 
Craigie,  Forbes  (G.P.-O.),  8  Roxburgh  ter. 
Craigie,  George,  lodgings,  9  Wemyss  place 
Craigie,  George  (G.  P.-  O.),  56  India  street 
Craigie,  Henry,  W.S  ,  Falcon  hall 
Craigie,  Jas.  straw  bonnet  manufacturer,  .ji.> 

South  bridjie — ho.  24  Buccleuch  place 
Craigie,    P.   Edraonstone,   Colonel,    C.B.    47 

Melville  street 
Craigie,  Wm.  S.  tailor  &  clothier,  4  Buccleuch 

street 
Craigie,  Mrs,  of  Dumbarnie,  17  Rutland  street 
Craik,  David,  writer,  11  Duncan  street 
Cramond,  Miss  Jane,  85  Great  King  street 
Cranston,  Robt.  temper,  hotel,  43  Princes  st, 
Cranston,  Miss  Elizabeth,  48  Castle  street 
Craufurd,  James,  solicitor-general,   18  Char- 
lotte square 
Craven,  Wm.  lace  merchant,  121  Princes  st. 
Craw,  Henry,  coach -hirer,  20  Charles  street 
Crawford,  David,  press  &  machine  maker,  3"2 

St  Patrick  sq. 
Crawford,  David,  S.S.C.,  master  extraordinary 
in  High  Court  of  Chancery,  2  N.-E.  Circus 
place 
Crawford,    David,    millraaster,    Bennington 

mills 
Crawford,  Rev.  Dr,  13  Great  King  street 
Crawford,  Rev.  David,  assist,  treas.  and  sec. 
U.    P.    Church,    5    Queen  street — house, 
37  London  street 
Crawford,  George,  baker,  106  Rose  street 
Crawford,  G.  W.  writer,  Summerbank,  Bel- 
le vue 
Crawford,  Jas.  jun.  W.S.,  master  extraordi- 
nary in  Chancery,  and  commissioner  Courts 
of  Queen's    Bench,    Common    Pleas,   and 
Exchequer,  12  Duke  street 
Crawford,  James,   warehouseman,   50  South 

bridge 
Cravvford,  James,  slater,  24  Kirkgate 
Crawford,  James,  agent,  1  and  2  Greenmarket 
Crawford,  James,  boot  and  shoe  maker,  1  St 

Bernard's  place 
Crawford,  Jas.  coal  merchant  and  agent,  14 
Port-Hopetoun — house,  166  Fountainbridge 
Crawford,  John,   Balquhatstone   Colliery,    14 

Port  Hopetoun,  and  118  Princes  street 
Crawford,  John,  4  Pitt  stret^t,  Bennington 
Crawford,  John,  tailor  and  clothier,  2  Mait- 
land street,  Newhaven 
Crawford,  M.  (Canal  Co.'s  office),  1  Port-Hopn. 


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Crawford,    NimmOj   leather- cutter,  25    East 

Crosscausey 
Crawford,  R.  &  D.,  S.S.C  and  N.P.  2  North 

East  Circus  place 
Crawford,  Thos.  baker^  68  Kirkgate 
Crawford,    Walter   {Miller  ^-  Crcnvford,)  61 

Clerk  street 
Crawford,  Wm.,  M.D.  surgeon,  29  Broughton 

street 
Crawford,  Wm.  port,  painter,  46  Gt.  King  st. 
Crawford,  W^m.  baker,  31  Shore 
Crawford,  Mrs  A.  F.  5  Randolph  clifF 
Crawford,  Mrs,  2  Melville  street 
Crawford,  Mrs  Catharine,  lodgings,  8  Hopest. 
Crawford,  Mrs,  barm  brewer,  Haddon's  court 
Crawford,  Misses,  1 7  Archibald  place 
Crawfurd,  John,  59  Constitution  street 
Crawfurd,  Major,  22  Royal  circus 
Crawfurd,  Wm.  of  Cartsburn,  5  Bellevue  cr. 
Crawfurd,  Miss,  embroiderer,  26  India  place 
Crease  and  Taylor,  brewers,  Drumdryan 
Crease,  W.  &  Sons,  manufacturers  &  whole- 
sale haberdashers,  4.21  Lawnmarket 
Crease,  Wm.  (C  4"  Sons),  2  Bruntsfield  pi. 
Crease,  Jlrs,  2  Bruntsfield  place 
Cree,  David,  commission  agent,  3  Smith's  pi. 
Cree,  James,  merchant,  7  Brunton  place 
Cree,  Mrs  Wm.  8  Smith's  place 
Creigh,  T.  R.  Gibraltar  house 
Crerar,  P.  &  Co.  shooting  establishment,  357 

Advocates'  close 
Crerar,  Mrs,  spirit  merchant,  106  Nicolson  st. 
Crewdson,    Isaac,    commercial    traveller,  9 

Blenheim  place 
Crichton,  Alex,  housekr.   Custora-ho.  Leith 
Crichton,  Alex.  (G.P.-O.),  31  West  Norton 

place 
Crichton,  Andrew,   LL.D.  33  St  Bernard's 

crescent 
Crichton,  David,  carpenter  and  cabinetmaker, 

3  ToUcross  and  Wharton  lane 
Crichton,  G.  &  M.  gold  and  silver  smiths  and 

watch  makers,  55  North  bridge 
Crichton,  George,  1 1  Viewforth 
Crichton,  Hew,  S.S.C.  13  Nelson  street 
Crichton,  Hew  H.,  W.S.  13  Nelson  street 
Crichton,  J.  A.  advocate,  13  Nelson  street 
Crichton,  M.  H.  8  Sciennes 
Crichton,  W.  silv.  plate  manufr.  63  No.  bridge 
Crichton,  W.  3  West  Newington 
Crichton,  Mrs  Colonel,  9  Clarence  street 
Crichton,  Mrs,  12  Danube  street 
Crighton,  Hugh  Ford,  artist,  40  Great  King 

street 
Crighton,  James,  grocer,  tea  &  wine  merchant, 

1  Kerr  street — house,  6  Spring  gardens 
Crighton,  Mrs  James,  2  Carlton  street 
Croal,  James,  Merchiston  park 
Croal,  Geo.  music  teacher,  17  London  street 
Croal,  Robt.  (Couraitt  Office),  15  South  Col- 
lege street 
Croall,  J.  and  W.  coach  and  harness  makers, 

York  lane 


Croall,   John   &   Son,  job  and   postmasters, 

Royal  Caledonian  Bazaar,  9  &  10  Leith  walk, 

Dublin  street  and  Young  street  lanes 
Croall,  John,  coach  builder  and  coach  proprie- 
tor,   4     Princes     street,    and    Caledonian 

Bazaar,  10  Leith  Walk,  Middlefield 
Croall,  Peter,  coach  builder,  61  Princes  street 

— house,  10  North  St  Andrew  street 
Croall,  William,  jun.  and  Co.  coach  builders, 

1 7  Greenside  place 
Croall,  W.  {J.  8f  W.  C),  21  Broughton  street 
Crocket,  John,  14  Canongate 
Croil,  Alexander,  Leslie  bank,  Whitehouse 
Croket,  Miss,  10  Lynedoch  place 
Crole,  David,  3  Ramsay  gardens 
Croley  &  Co.  staymakers,  23  Duke  street 
Croley,  William,  pharmaceutical  chemist  and 

druggist,  I  Downie  place 
Croll,  David,  cabinetmaker,  242  Cowgate 
Croll,  David,  jun.  cabinetmaker,  291  Cowgate 
Crombie,  Alexander,  of  Thornton,  1 1  Moray 

place 
Crombie,  Andrew,  &  Son,  dyers,   19  Brown 

square,  and  Water  of  Leith 
Crombie,  George  D.  2  Alva  street 
Crombie,  James,  carter,  1  Spence  place 
Crombie,  John,  19  Brown  sq. — ho.  90  Lauris- 

ton  place 
Crombie,  Miss,  90  Laiiriston  place 
Crooks,  Geo.  merchant  and  agent,  44  Quality 

street 
(J room.  Rev.  David    M.   1   Upper   Gilmore 

place  aj 

Croom,  Mrs,  3  Argyle  square  " 

Cropper,  William,  painter,  &c.  7  India  street 

— house,  25 
Crosbie,  George,  19  Walker  street 
Crosbie,   James,   spirit  merchant,    40  West 

Richmond  street 
Cross  &  Carruthers,  jewellers,  and  dealers  in 

articles  of  vertu,  61  Hanover  street 
Cross,  James,  spirit  merchant,  87  Kirkgate 
Crossan,  A.  bootmaker,  107  Rose  street 
Crouch,  William,  watchmaker,  jeweller,  and 

parcel  conveyance  office,  agent  for  the  Kent 

Mutual  Assurance  Society^  40  North  bridge 

— house,  11  Lutton  pi. 
Crow,  Wm.  tailor,  105  South  bridge 
Crowe,  James,  tailor  and  clothier,  2  North 

bridge 
Crowe,  Robert  B.  rector  Rev.  Dr  Andrew 

Thomson's  school,  10  Queensferry  street 

— house,  1  Grove  street 
CllOw^f   Agent's   Office,    Parliament    square 

—John  Clerk  Brodie,  W.S.  Agent 
Ckown  Hotel,  10,  11,  and  12  Princes  street 
Crown  Life  Assurance  Office  —  E.  Logan, 

W.S.     141     George    street,    and    Patrick 

M<»rison,  accountant,  2  Scotland  st.  agents 
Crudelins,  C.W.  (Swaine  6fCo.),  Jessfieldho. 
Cruickshank   &   Ronaldson,    cabinetmakers, 

upholsterers  and  undertakers,   1  M' Neil's 

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Cruickshank    &   Veitch,    cabinetmakers   and 
upholsterers  and  house  agents,  107  George 
street  and  38  St  Cuthbert  street 
Cruickshank,    Alex.    &   Sons,   shirt  makers, 

hosiers,  and  glovers,  57  George  street 
Cruickshank,  Alexander  (J.   C.  &,-  Sons),  49 

Lauriston  place 
Cruickshank,  Alex,    fort-major,   Edinburgh 

castle 
Cruickshank,  Edward,  1 6  Comely  bank 
Cruickshank,  Jas.  surgeon,  12  Dublin  street 
Cruickshank,    William,    gardener,    Annfield 

cottage,  Newhaven 
Cruickshank,    Sirs,     lodgings,     Anchorfield, 

Newhaven 
Cruickshank,  Mrs  John,  3  Wallace  place 
Cruickshank,  Mrs  Thomas,  tobacco  manufac- 
turer, 63  Broughton  street 
Cruickshanks,  Miss,  7  Stafford  street 
Cruickshank,  Miss,  ti  Duncan  st.  Newington 
Cuddie,  Miss  Clementine,  Millburn  lodge 
Cvilbertson,  James,  writer,  27  Elder  street 
CuUen,  Rev.  G.  D.  28  Royal  ten-ace 
CuUen,  John,  W.S.  34  York  place 
Cullen,  Thomas,  surveyor  of  taxes,  6  Water- 
loo place 
Cullen,  Mrs,  30  Pitt  street 
Cullen,  Mrs,  14  Inverleith  row 
Cullen,  Mrs  James,  2  Lynedoch  place 
Cullens,  Alexander,  22  Pitt  street 
Cumine,  Captain  George  (late  E.I.C.S.),  14 

Clarendon  crescent 
Cumine,  Miss,  20  Ann  street 
Cumming,  James,  LL.D.,  H.M.  Inspector  of 

Schools,  20  Pilrig  street 
Cumming,  James,  wine  and  spirit  merchant, 

3  Heriot  bridge 
Cumming,    J.   commercial   traveller,   6  Fyfe 

place 
Cumming,  Thos.  wood  merchant  and  packing- 
box  maker.  Market  street 
Cumming,  William,  M.D.,   F.R.C.P.E,  42 

Queen  street 
Cumming,  Mrs  Dr,  1  Rankeillor  street 
Cumming,  Hon.  Mrs  Leslie,  44  Queen  street 
Cumming,  Mrs,  midwife,  38  Brunswick  st. 
Cumming,  Mrs,  lodgings,  4  Maitland  street 
Cumming,  Miss,  31  Minto  street 
Cummings,  John,  turner,  81  High  street 
Cummins,  Mrs  John,  112  Lauriston  place 
Cundell,   Joseph,   agent,   British   Linen   Co, 

48  Bernard  street,  Leith 
Cuningham  &  Co.  wine  merchants,  17  Clyde 

street  and  5Q  Great  King  street 
Cuningham,  Alex,  secretary,  Northern  Light- 
houses,   84    George  street — ho.   17   Coates 
crescent 
Cuningham,    Andrew,    grocer,    36     Couper 

street,  Leith 
Cuningham,   And.  jun.  wright,  58  Tolbooth 

wynd 
Cuningham,  W.  A.  86  Great  King  street 
Cuningham,  Miss,  86  Great  King  street 


Cuninghame,  John,  of  Duloch,  23  Moray  pi. 

Cuninghame,  Miss  J.  3  Raeburn  place 

Cunning,  William,  smith  and  ironmonger,  38 
Queen  street — house,  9  S.-E.  Circus  place 

Cunningham  &  Marshall,  wine  merchants,  99 
George  street 

Cunningham,  Eraser,  &  Co.  nurserymen  and 
florists,  Comely  bank 

Cunningham,  Alex,  grocer,  15  Earl  Grey  st. 

Cunningham,  Alexander,  10  Fettes  row 

Cunningham,  Alexander  J.  shoemaker,  20 
Dean  street 

Cunningham,  B.  &  E.  milliners  and  straw- 
hat  makers,  3  Admira'ty  street 

Cunningham,  G.  civil  engineer  and  land  sur- 
veyor, 21  Castle  street 

Cunningham,  Geo.  Godfrey,  2  Hillside  cres. 

Cunningham,  Jas.,  W.S.  50  Queen  street 

Cunningham,  James  C.  {J.&;J.  C),  88  Lau- 
riston place 

Cunningham,  James,  wright,  32  Elbe  street 

Cunningham,  John  and  James,  seed,  linseed 
cake,  and  artificial  manure  merchts.  102 
West  bow 

Cunningham,  John,  1   Hailes  street 

Cunningham,  John  (Signet  Libry.),  2  Atholl 
place 

Cunningham,  John  S.  (J.  4'  J-  C.),  13 
Rutland  square 

Cunningham,  John  Sinclair,  banker,  14 
George  street 

Cunningham,  Thomas,  hat  manufacturer,  61 
North  Bridge 

Cunningham,  William,  D.D.  professor  of 
theology  in  New  College,  17  Salisbury  road 

Cunningham,  Wm.  cashier  Scottish  Union 
Lnsurance  Co.  3 1  Princes  street 

Cunningham,  Wm.  agent,  15  Albany  st.  Leith 

Cunningham,  Mrs,  39  Montagu  street 

Cunningham,  Mrs  James,  china  warehouse,  19 
Howe  street 

Cunningham,  Mrs  Patrick,  31  Princes  street 

Cunningham,  Mrs,  of  South  Lodge,  75  Queen 
street 

Cunningham,  Mrs,  Bonnington 

Cunningham,  Mrs,  3  Grove  place 

Cunninghame,  Mrs,  17  Blacket  place 

Cunningham,  Miss,  47  Castle  street 

Cunyngham,  Henry  L.  Dick,  Salisbury  green 

Cunyngham,  Sir  W.  H.  Dick,  Bart.  Preston- 
field 

Cupples,  George,  25  Gilmore  place 

Curie,  Jas.  (Younger  and  Curie),  6  Cheyne 
street 

Curll,  William,  15  Henderson  row 

Curll,  Mrs,  15  Henderson  row 

Currer  and  Dickson,  grocers  and  wine  mer- 
chants, 7  Antigua  street 

Currer,  Adam,  grocer  and  wine  merchant,  79 
Queen  street' — house,  34  Castle  street 

Currer,  Sirs,  9  Antigua  street 

Currie  &  Lamb,  bookbinders  and  stationers, 
10  Hunter  square 


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Currie  and   Co.  wholesale  confectioners,  28 

Victoria  street 
Currie,  Alex,  advocate,  sheriflf  of  BanflPshire, 

43  Heriot  row 
Currie,  Adam,  shipmaster,  45  Tolbooth  wjnd, 

Leith 
Currie,  David  (C.  ^V  Lainh),  3  Blair  st. 
Currie,  Francis,  spirit  dealer,  1  Downie  pi. 
Currie,  James,  shoemaker,  9  Leith  st.  terrace 
Currie,  Rev.  James,  rector,  Normal  Institu- 
tion, Castle  terrace 
Currie,  John,  furniture  dealer,  44  Blaii  st- 
Currie,  John,  f:;ardener  and  florist,  Rosehall 
Currie,  Pet.  {Caatoms),  28  Bernard  st.  Leith 
Currie,  Peter,  teacher  of  English,  geography, 

&c.,  1  Thistle  street — ho.  13  GiytieUl  sq. 
Currie,    Thomas,   spirit   merchant,    5   Shak- 

speare  square 
Currie,  William,  102  Causeyside 
Currie,  Wm.  cork  manufacturer,  llSKirkgate 
Currie,  Mrs,  spirit  dealer.  Echo  bank 
Curriehill,  Lord,  5  Ilandolph  crescent 
CuRiiiERs'  Club  House,  20  Cowgate 
Curror  &  Stewart,  S.S.C.  53  Castle  street 
Curror,  Adam,  farmer,  Myreside 
Curror,  David  (Curror  ts  Stexart),  16  Grove 

street 
Curror,  John,  farmer,  Comiston 
Curry,  Miss,  matron,  George  Watson's  hospl. 
Cushnie,  Alex,  glover  and  gaiter  maker,  5Q 

Leith  street 
Cushnie,  William,  Malta  green  cottage 
Cusine,  James,  23  Bernard  street,  Leith 
Custom  House,  Commercial  place,  Leith 
Cuthbert,  Alex,  lace  and  muslin  merchant,  11 

and  13  North  bridge — ho.  12  Union  street 
Cuthbertson,  A.  victual  dealer,  8  St  Anthony 

place 
Cuthbertson,    Andrew    Gray,     merchant,    1 

King's  place — house,  1  Kaeburn  place 
Cuthbertson,  James,  spirit  dealer,  4  Regent 

street,  Leith' 
Cuthbertson,   Wm.  superintendent  Ed.  Wes- 
tern Cemetery,  Dean 
Cuthbertson,  Wm.  F.  bookseller  and  stationer, 

1 7  South  bridge 
Cuthbertson,  Wm.,  W.S.  (SJiepherd,  Grant, 

^'  C),  6  Albany  street 
Cuthbertson,  Mrs,  25  Pitt  street 
Cuthbertson,  Miss,  21  Dean  terrace 
Cuthill,  Alex,  livery  stables,  51  Rose  street 

Dahl,  Abram,  12  Bonnington  place,  Leith 

Dale,  R.  P.  artist,  24  Clerk  street 

Dale,  Thomas,  shoe  warehouse,  30  Jamaica  st. 

Dalgety,  Charles,  coal-fitter  and  general  mer- 
chant, 30  Coatfield  lane 

Dalgleish,  David,  flesher  and  poulterer,  15 
Bread  street 

Dalgleish,  D.  and  Son,  clothiers  and  outfitters, 
5  Drummond  street 

Dalgleish  &  Son,  cork  manufacturers,  118 
High  street 


I  Dalgleish  and  Forrest,  auctioneers  and  furni- 
j      ture  dealers,  4  St  Andrew  square 
I  Dalgleish  &  Grierson,  coal  mercbants,  3  North 
I      British  and  Caledonian  Railway 
I  Dalgleish,  James,  coacli-hirer,  73  Causeyside 
1  Dalgleish,  James,  W.S.  14  Rutland  square 
Dalgleish,  Jn.  Ladies'  Institution,  1  Park  pi. 
Daltfleish,  John,  tailor,  25  Thistle  street 
Dalgleish,  John,  wright,  42  Pleasance — house, 

8  Roxburgh  terrace 
Dalgleish,  Mark,  British  Linen  Co.  Bank 
Dalgleish,  Robert,  flesher,  93  Fountain  bridge 
Dalgleish,    Robert,     Holyrood     glass-works. 

South  back  of  Canongate 
Dalgleish,  William,  letter-carrier,  15  Catharine 

street 
Dalkeith  Colliery  Office,  St  Leonard's  depot 

— George  Baigrie,  agent. — See  Adv. 
Dall,  Pat.  R.N.  superint.  of  harbour  and  docks, 

Customhouse — house,  1  Scotland  street 
Dall,  Thomas,  accountant,  5  York  place 
Dall,  Wm.  &  Co.  china  &  glass  merchants,  4 

Hanover  street — house,  17  Keir  street 
Dallas,  Mrs,  5  Maitland  street 
Dalmahoy  &  Wood,  W.S.  12  Hill  street 
Dalmahoy,  Pat.  (D.  ^-  Wood),  69  Queen  st, 
Dalrymple,    Jn.   tea  and  coffee  merchant,  2 

Princes  street — house,  3  Gayfield  place 
Dalrymple,  Hew,  7  Hailes  street 
Dalrymple,  J.  rope  and  sail  maker,  5  Dock 

street — house,  5  N.  Junction  street 
Dalrymple,  William,  S.S.C.  1!  Pitt  street 
Dalrymple,  Wm.,  W.S.  11  Pitt  street — house, 

45  St  Cuthbert  street 
Dalrymple,  Miss,  77  George  street 
Dalzell,  Mrs,  2  Hamilton  place,  Newington 
Dalziel,  Miss,  fishmonger,  35  Frederick  st. 
Dalziel,  George  (Gibson- Craigs,  D.  Sf  Brodie), 

]0  Regent  terrace 
Dalziel,  Rev.   George,   Magdalene  Asylum, 

181  Canongate 
Dalziel,  Wm.  engraver  and  printer,  4  East  St 

James'  street 
Dalziel,  Mrs,  Magdalene  Asyl.  181  Canongate 
Dalziel,  Mrs  William,  3  Morton  street 
Dalziel,  Miss,  10  Stafford  street 
Dalziel,  Miss  Jane  C.  5  Saxe  Coburg  place 
Daniel,  Wm.  S.,  W.S.  3  Summer  place 
Danks,W.&  Co.  china  and  crystal  merchants, 

40  South  bridge 
Danks  &  Swan,  glass,  china,  and  rag  mer- 
chants, 32  Cowgate 
Danks,  John,  39  St  Leonard  street 
Darg,  Miss,  dressmaker,  15  Dublin  street 
Darling,  A.  10  Buccleuch  street 
Darling,   George,   clothier    and   outfitter,   93 

South  bridge 
Darling,  John,  grocer,  5  Rose  street 
Darling,  Robert,   carter  and  farmer.    Bank 

cottage,  Leith 
Darling,  Rob.  boot  andshoem.  4  Summer  pi. 
Darling,  Wm.  wine  merchant  and  grocer,  47 

Nicolson  St. — ho.  19  West  Nicolson  st. 


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Darling,  Wm.  stay  manufacturer  and  general 

merchant,  94  So.  bridge — ho.  5  Park  st. 
Darling,  William,  spirit  dealer,  32  Heriot's 

buildings 
Darling,  William,  spirit   merchant,   45   Ber- 
nard street,  Leith 
Darling,  Mrs  R.  lodgings,  3  ]\Iaitland  place, 

Newhaven 
Darling,  Mrs,  7  Saxe-Coburg  place 
Darling,  Miss,  millinery,  stay,  and  baby-linen 

warehouse,  15  South  bridge 
Darling,  Miss,  milliner   and   dressmaker,   5 

Gray's  court,  Nicolson  street 
Darling,  Misses,  and  M'Laren,  milliners  and 

dressmakers,  20  George  street 
Darling,  Miss,  17  Pitt  street 
Darlington,  Daniel,   upholsterer,   34    North 

Castle  street — house,  Lauder  road,  Grange 
Darlington,  Henry,  upholsterer,  5  Frederick 

street 
Dauglish,  John,  7  Fingal  place,  Meadows 
Davidson  &  Syme,  W.S.  22  Castle  street 
Davidson  &  M'Gregor,   provision  and   corn 

merchants,  9  Giles'  street 
Davidson,  Ai,  gravel  dep.  28  Duke  st.  Leith 
Davidson,  Alex,  hairdresser,  1  St  Leonard  st. 
Davidson,  Rev.  Alex.,  Catharine  bank 
Davidson,  Arch,  advocate,  Sheriff  of  Aber- 
deenshire, 24  Rutland  square 
Davidson,  Charles,  house  agent,  6  Abbey  hill 
Davidson,  Chas.  6  Shrub  place,  Leith  walk 
Davidson,  David,  corn  merchant,  2  Queen's 

place 
Davidson,  Donald,  shoemaker,  50  Frederick 

street 
Davidson,  Eben.  ship  and  insurance  broker 

and  commission  merchant.  Wet  Docks,  Leith 

— house,  11  Cassell's  place 
Davidson,  George,   secretary  to   Directors  of 

Assembly  rooms,  54  George  street 
Davidson,  Rev.  George  R.  17  Greenside  pi. 
Davidson,  Henry,  6  Athol  crescent 
]3avidson,   H.  secretary  and  superintendent 

Edinburgh  Southern  Cemetery,  Grange 
Davidson,  H.  M.  5  Duke  street 
Davidson,  James,  hair  dresser,  64  Abbey  hill 
Davidson,  James,  optician,  39  South  bridge 
Davidson,  James,  2  Grange  place 
Davidson,  James,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  2 

South  Richmond  street 
Davidson,  John,  A.M.  teach,  of  mathematics, 

2  Smith's  place 
Davidson,  John,  &  Co.  salt  and  colour  manu- 
facturers, 24  Sheriff  brae 
Davidson,  John  &  Co.  shipbrokers  and  agents, 

24  Sheriff  brae 
Davidson,  John,  S.S.C.  &  N.P.  17  Elm  row 
Davidson,    John,   house-painter,   46   George 

street 
Davidson,  Jonathan  &  Co.  steelyard  makers, 

Barony  street — ho.  21  Leith  street 
Davidson,  Laur.  (Z).  ^  Syme),  7  Rutland  sq. 
Davidson,  Rev.  Peter,  1 1  Dean  street 


Davidson,  P.  M.  2  Christian  bank 
Davidson,  R.  D.  merchant,  9  Smith's  place 
Davidson,  Robert,  advocate,  28  York  place 
Davidson,  Robert,  E.LC.S.  14  Ann  street 
Davidson,  Robert,  pianoforte  tuner,  21  South 

Castle  street 
Davidson,  Robert,  spirit  merchant,  3  North 

Newington  place 
Davidson,  Samuel,  spirit  dealer,  5  Hope  st. 
Davidson,   Thos.    auctioneer  and  appraiser, 

7  West  Lauriston  place 
Davidson,  Walter,  cabinetmaker,  57  Frederick 

street — house,  59 
Davidson,  Wm.  coffee  and  spice  merchant,  18 

Greenside  place — house,  17  Elm  row 
Davidson,  Wm.  furnishing  ironmonger,  120 

High  street — house,  14  London  street 
Davidson,  William,  bootmaker,  10  Rose  st. 
Davidson,  Mrs  Barbara,  8  Saxe-Coburg  place 
Davidson,  Mrs  C.  Forbes,  10  Walker  street 
Davidson,  Mrs  David,  28  Gayfield  square 
Davidson,  Mrs  Ann,  ladies'  nurse,  2  Green- 
side place 
Davidson,  Mrs  Jane,  lodgings,  7  Forth  st. 
Davidson,  Mrs  Janet,  lodgings,  21  Leith  st. 
Davidson,  Mrs  John,  2  Hailes  street 
Davidson,  Mrs,  lodgings,  68  George  street 
Davidson,  JMrs,  ladies'  nurse,  42  Home  street 
Davidson,  Miss  Margaret,  1 1  Forres  street 
Davidson,    Miss,   dressmaker,  &c.    1    South 

Charlotte  street 
Davidson,  Miss,  21  Montagu  street 
Davidson,  Misses,  58  North  Castle  street 
Davie,  Duncan,  chimney  sweep,  63  Brough- 

ton  street 
Davies,  Thos.  civil  engineer  and  architect,  14 

South  St  Andrew  street 
Davis,  E.   H.   soda  water   manufacturer,  36 

Blair  street 
Davis,  Philip,  72  Great  King  street 
Davis,  William,  51  Hope  park  end 
Davis,  Wm.  H.  spirit  dealer,  1  Montagu  st. 
Davis,  Mrs  Ann,  ladies*  nurse,  24  Bristo  st. 
Davison,  John,  tailor,  6  Ro.xburgh  place 
Davison,    Samuel  Dobson  {H,  and   Co.),  24 

Charlotte  street,  Leith 
Dawson,  Rev.  Joseph  B.,  Wesleyan   chapel, 

Duke  street,  Leith 
Dawson,  Thomas,  6  York  place 
Dawoon,  Wm.  colour  and  varnish,  and  prus- 

siate  of  potash  manufacturer,  20  Elbe  st. 

and  4  Commercial  place — house,  5  James' 

place,  Leith 
Dawson,  William,  63  Y^ork  place 
Dawson,  William  {Borthwick,  D,  Jj  Co.).,   8 

Henry  street 
Dawson,  William,   prussiate  of  potash  and 

ultramarine  manufacturer.  Salamander  st. 
Day,  John,  sub-inspector  of  poor,  52  Kirkgate 
Day,  coffee-house  and  commercial  lodgings, 

52  Kirkgate 
Dea,   George,  grocer   and   spirit  dealer,   57 

H'ch  street 


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Deaf  and  Dumb  Institution,  Henderson  row 
— Charles  Rhind,  principal 

Deaf  &  Dumb  place  of  worship^  58  Bruns- 
wick street 

Dean  Bank  Institution — Miss  Janet  M'Vean, 
matron 

Dean  of  Faculty  of  Advocates — John  Inglis, 
30  Abercromby  place 

Dean  of  Guild's  Offic,  10  Royal  Excharp;e 

Dean,  John  (Sasine  Office),  2  Lauriston  tcr. 

Dean,  John,  bricklayer  and  furnace  builder, 
6  Spittal  street 

Deans,  John  Wm.  tea  dealer,  47  North  Hano- 
ver street — house,  51 

Deans,  Robert,  draper,  8  South  St  David  st. 

Deans,  Wm.  merchant,  Pirniefield 

Dearness,  Donald,  2  Kerr  street 

Deas,  Lord,  5  Heriot  row 

Deas,  Joseph,  coal  merchant  and  agent,  51 
Brunswick  street 

Deas,  Thomas,  tailor,  90  Rose  street 

Deas,  Mrs,  51  Brunswick  street 

Deas,  Mrs  Colonel,  3  Pitt  street 

De  Fivas,  Victor,  53  George  street 

D'Egville,  Made,  teacher  of  dancing,  50  Fre- 
derick street 

De  Flandre^  M.  teacher  of  French,  32  Duu- 
das  street 

Dempster,  Geo.  spirit  dealer,  5  Annfield,  New- 
haven 

Dempster,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  1  Leslie  place 

Dempster,  Miss,  112  Lauriston  place 

Denkam,  Ad.  coal  mercht.  4  Orchardfield  pi. 

Denham,  George,  baker,  5  Davie  street 

Denham,  G.  H.  seed  merchant,  Hope  parii- 
end  house 

Denham,  James,  assistant  clerk  of  Session,  3 
Lauriston  lane 

Denholm,  James,  currier,  3  Simon  square 

Denholm,  James,  boot-tree  and  last  maker, 
Gilmore  street,  Paul's  work 

Denholm,  Jn.  chimney-sweep,  19  Seraple  st. 

Denholm,  William,  smith,  Morningside 

Denholm,  WiUiam,  cart-wright,  Mary  place 

Denness,  Mrs  William,  victual  dealer,  13 
St  Andrew  street,  Leith 

Dennistoun,  Jas.  of  Dennlstoun,  119  George  st. 

Dennistoun,  Mrs,  ]  4  Royal  circus 

Denovan,  Henry  &  Co.  com.-merchts.  ship  and 
insurance  brokers^  10  Dock  gates,  Leith 

Depository  Free  Church  publication  scheme, 
Johnstone  &  Hunter,  books.  15  Princes  st. 

Deseret,  Phineas,  writer,  4  Eastfield 

Destitute  Sick  Society,  William  Whyte, 
13  George  street,  treasurer;  John  M'CuUoch 
(British  Linen  Co.),  sub-treasurer 

Deuchar,  John,  of  Morningside 

Deuchar,  Lieut.  Pat.,  R.N.  2  Henderson  row 

Deuchar,  Robt.    solicitor,  2  Nicolson  square 

Deuchar,  Mrs  Alex.  2  Henderson  row 

Deuchar,  Misses,  ladies'  sem.  2  Wharton  pi. 

Deuchar^  Miss  Elizabeth  R.  teacher  of  draw- 
ing, 2  Wharton  place 


Devaux,  Alfred,  prof,  of  music,  7  India  street 
Devin,  Peter,  miniature  painter,  3  Rutland  sq. 
Devlin,  Thomas,   spirit   dealer.   Pier  place, 

Newhaven 
Dewar  &  Co.  tea,  wine,  and  spirit  merchants, 

1  Kirkgate — ho.  2  Charlotte  street,  Leith 
Dewar,  Alex,  boot  maker,  2  Riddle's  close 
Dewar,  Andw.  shoemaker,  14  South  College 

street— house,  9  Brighton  street 
Dewar,  Archibald,  41  Bristo  street 
Dewar,  Eb. clerk,  Leith  distillery,  Bonnington 

bank,  Leith 
Dewar,  Hugh  Bruce  (Duncan  &j  i>.),  22  An- 

nandale  street 
Dewar,  John,  lodgings,  8  Forres  street 
Dewar,  John,  advocate,  52  Great  King  street 
Dewar,  John,  bootmaker,  3  Hanover  street — 

bouse,  12  South  St  David  street 
Dewar,  John  (A^  Bank),  37  W.  Register  st. 
Dewar,  John,  spirit  merchant,  8  Greeuside 

place 
Dewar,  Peter,  fruiterer,  4  Howe  street 
Dewar,  P.  spirit  merclit.  34  Candlemaker  row 
Dewar,  Wm.   grocer,  31  William  street 
Dewar,  Wm.  teacher  of  dancing,  59  South  br. 
Dewar,  Mrs,  sen.  of  Vogrie,  35  Melville  street 
Dewar,  Mrs,  millin.  &  dressm.  47  Hanover  st. 
Dewar,  Mrs,  7  Brighton  street  ' 

Dewar,  Mrs  H.  M.  1  Eyre  place  I 

Dewar,  Mrs  John,  82  Rose  street  ' 

Dewar,  Miss  Isabella,  teacher,  10  West  Pres- 
ton street 
Dibtlin,  Henry  Edward,  teacher  of  the  harp, 

piano,  and  organ,  4  South  Frederick  street 

• — house,  Elizabeth  cottage,  Jordan  burn 
Dick,  A.  M.  wine  and  brandy  merchant,  8 

Iluntly  street — house,  6 
Dick,  A.  carver  &  gilder,  92  Princes  street 
Dickj  Abercromby  Robert,  advocate,  1  Char- 
lotte square 
Dick,  Charles,  brewer,  263  Cowgate 
Dick,  James,  tailor  &  clothier,  27  Hanover  st. 

— house,  40  Princes  street 
Dick,  James,  Maryfield 
Dick,  James,  clerk,  21  Couper  st. 
Dick,  John,  spirit  dealer,  11  Dock  st. 
Dick,  John,  plumber,  59  Albany  street — house,- 

58  Broughton  street 
Dick,  John,  plumber,  133  Rose  st.— ho.  165 
Dick,  John,  spirit  dealer,  4  Church  lane 
Dick,  John,  27  Drummond   place 
Dick,  Capt.  John,  late  42d,  31  Dublin  street 
Dick,  R.,  Bonnington  mount 
Dick,  Robert,  woollen  draper,  100  So.  Bridge 

— house,  16  Keir  street 
Dick,  Thomas,  engraver,  8  Elder  St. 
Dick,  Thomas,  tailor,  Silvermills 
Dick,  Thomas,  cowfeeder,  9  Bedford  street 
Dick,  Wm.  veter.  surgeon  to  the  Queen,  and 

professor  of  veterinary  medicine.  Veterinary 

College,  Clyde  street 
Dick,  Wm.  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  17  Dean  st. 
Dick,  Wm.  40  Princes  street 


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Dick,  Mrs,  31  Minto  street 

Dick,    Miss  Ann,    straw-bonnet  maker,   47 

Earl  Grey  street 
Dick,  Misses  H.   &  J.  milliners,    straw-hat 
makers,  and  muslin  printers;  55  George  st. 

Dick,  Miss  Jane,  grocer,  14  So.  Richmond  st. 
Dick,  Miss  Janet,  18  Dundas  street 

Dick,  Miss  M.  dressmaker,  5  Picardy  place 

Dick,  Miss,  13  Gayfield  square 

Dick,  Miss,  3  Great  King  street 

Dick,  Misses,  dressmakers,  35  Hanover  st. 

Dick,  Misses,  dressmakers,  43  Broughton  st. 

Dickie,  H.  D.  manager  Caledonian  Insurance 
Co.  3  Ann  street 

Dickie,  W.  wig  maker,  hair-cutter,  and  per- 
fumer, 69  Nicolson  street 

Dickie,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  50  Brunswick  st. 

Dickie,  Miss,  14  Dean  terrace 

Dickinson,  George,  clothier,  14  Drummond  st. 

Dickins,  Mrs,  straw  bonnet  manufactory,  47 
Clerk  street 

Dickman,  John,  chronometer,  watch,  clock,  and 
nautical  instrument  maker,  4  Charlotte  pi. 

Dickson  and  Steuart,  W.S.  17  India  street 

Dickson,  A.  grocer,  3  Elder  street — house,  5 
Grange  place 

Dickson,  Alex,  advocate,  23  Royal  circus 

Dickson,  Arch.  W.  surgeon,  13  Northum.  st, 

Dickson,  Arthur,  2  Hill  square 

Dickson,  A.  J.,  S.S.C.  59  Queen  street — ho.  1 
Claremont  place 

Dickson,  David,  of  Kilbucho  and  Hartreej 
advocate,  23  Royal  circus 

Dickson,  Dd.  (J.  D.  &  Co.  wholesale  stationers)^ 
16  George  square 

Dickson,  George,  S.S.C.  4  Great  King  street 

Dickson,  George,  advocate,  3  Royal  circus 

Dickson,  George,  19  Bernard  street 

Dickson,  George  H.  13  Lutton  place 

Dickson,  G.(J.  Veitch  Sf  Co.)  19  Bernard  street 

Dickson,  Henry,  coppersmith  &  brazier,  4 
Queen's  place,  Greenside  row 

Dickson,  Henry  G.,  W.S.  3  Dundas  street — 
house,  7  Fettes  row 

Dickson,  Henry  G.  jun.  22  Fettes  row 

Dickson,  Jas.  Jobson  {Home  and  D.},  15 
Hill  street 

Dickson,  James,  merchant,  48  George  square 

Dickson,  James,  Holyrood  Glass  Works — ho. 
Chessels'  court 

Dickson,  James,  tea,  wine,  and  spirit  mercht. 
12  Tolbooth  wynd,  Leith — ho.  2  Benning- 
ton place 

Dickson,  James  &  Co.  wholesale  stationers,  10 
South  St  Andrew  street 

Dickson,  Jas.,  shipmaster,  5  Admiralty  street 

Dickson,  James  and  Sons,  seedsmen,  nursery- 
men, and  florists,  32  Hanover  street- 
nurseries,  Inverleith  and  Broughton  park 

Dickson,  Jn.  &  Son,  gunmakers,  63 Princes  st. 

Dickson,  John,  bookseller  and  stationer,  29 
Nicolson  street 

Dickson,  Jn.  sen.(j:  D.  §•  Son)2^  Scotland  st. 


Dickson,  Jn.  jun. (J.ZJ.^-iSon)  17  St  James' sq. 
Dickson,  John,   merchant,  Geneva  cottage, 

Whitehouse  gardens 
Dickson,  John,  wright,  12  Duke  street,  Leith 

— house,  47  Quality  street 
Dickson,  Rich,  architect,  3  Glover  street 
Dickson,  Rich.  junr.  (D.  J.  Thomson  ^  Co.). 

3  Janefield  place 
Dickson,  Robt.  letter-carrier,  12  Queen's  place 
Dickson,  Robert  and  Co.  wine  and  spirit  mer- 
chants, 1  Brunswick  street — house,  19 
Dickson,  Robert,  flesher,  4  Richmond  lane 
Dickson,  R.  &  E,.  architects,  J 1  Broughton  pi. 
Dickson,  Robert,  grocer  and  spirit  mercht.  23 

West  Nicolson  street 
Dickson,  Robert,  architect,  1 1  Broughton  pi. 
Dickson,  Robt.  12  Atholl  place 
Dickson,  Thomas,  candlemaker,  9  Semple  st. 
Dickson,  Thomas,  coach- hirer,  2  Scotland  st. 
Dickson,  Thomas  Goldie  (  Watson  and  D.), 

accountant,  3  Royal  circus 
Dickson,  Walter,  W.S.  3  Royal  circus 
Dickson,  W.  Gillespie,  advocate,  7  Fettes  row 
Dickson,    William  (J.  D.  <h    Co.  wholesale 

stationers),  20  George  square 
Dickson,  Wm.  accountant,  4  Brandon  street 
Dickson,  William,   secretary  Edinburgh  Life 

Assurance  Co.  22  George  street 
Dickson,  Wm.  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  12  Cowg. 
Dickson,  William,  grocer,  23  Jamaica  street 
Dickson,  W.  (  Currer  and  D.),  9  Antigua  st. 
Dickson,  W.  writing-master  and  teacher  of 

arithmetic  and  book-keeping,  44  Howe  st. 
Dickson,  W.  cowfeeder,  68  Potterrow 
Dickson,  Mrs  A.  P.  boarding  and  day  school, 

10  Northumberland  street 
Dickson,  Mrs  Archd.  39  East  Claremont  st. 
Dickson,  Mrs  David,  spirit  dealer,  26  Queeu 

street,  Leith 
Dickson,  Mrs  Dr,  13  Clarendon  crescent 
Dickson,  Mrs  J.  W.  25  London  street 
Dickson,  Mrs  Margaret,  10  Annandale  street 
Dickson,  Mrs  Margaret,  16  Frederick  street 
Dickson,  Mrs  Margaret,  10  Annandale  street 
Dickson,  MrsR.,  of  Alton,  11  Brunswick  st 
Dickson,  Mrs  Thomas,  6  Shrub  place 
Dickson,  Mrs,  43  East  Claremont  street 
Dickson,  Mrs,  3  Chapel  street 
Dickson,  Mrs,  28  London  street 
Dickson,  Mrs,  midwife,  46  Home  street 
Dickson,   Misses  H.  and  J.   dressmakers,  28 

Charles  street 
Dickson,  Miss  Isabella,  grocer,  6  Ponton  st. 
Dickson,  Miss,  dressmaker,  7  Coates  place 
Dickson,  Miss  E.  Berlin  warehouse,  29  Ber- 
nard street,  Leith 
Dickson,  Miss,  4  Albany  street,  Leith 
Dicksons  &  Co.  nursery,  seedsmen  and  florists, 

1  Waterloo  place — nurseries,  Leith  walk, 

Pilrig  street,  and  Redbraes 
Diey,  Alex,  coach  hirer.  Regent  terrace  lane 
Dingwall,  Arthur,  advocate,  3  Rutland  square 
Dingwall,  R.,  teacher,  1 6  Comely  bank 


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Dingwall,  Mrs  Ann,  32  Rutland  square 

Dingwall,  Mrs  Jan.  cowfeeder,  146  Canonj^ate 

Dirom,  W.  house- carpenter  and  undertaker, 
4  Northumberland  place 

Dirom,  Miss,  dressmaker,  4  Northumber.  pi. 

Disher,  John,  brewer,  200  Canongate 

Disher,  Robt.  brewer  (£".  j^-  L.  Brewing  Co.) 
— house,  Greenhill  gardens 

Disher,  Robert,  spirit  merchant,  62  Cumber- 
land street 

Dishington,  T.  {T.  D.  <Sf  Co.),  2  Welling,  pi. 

Dishington,  Thomas,  and  Co.  corn  factors  and 
gen.  coram,  agents,  32  Constitution  street 

Dispensary  &  Humane  Society,  Leith  Mill 
road 

Dispensary,  Royal  Public,  21  West  Rich- 
mond street 

Dispensary,  Homoeopathic,  .5  St  James'  sq. 

Dispensary,  New  Town,  17  Thistle  street 

Dixon,  John,  baker,  2  Union  street 

Dixon,  John",  3  West  Arthur  place 

Dixon,  Thos.  &  Son,  coal  merchants,  1  St  Leo- 
nard street. — See  Adv. 

Dixon,  W.  &  J.  butchers  &  poulterers,  2  Howe 
street  and  1  Cumberland  street 

Dixson,  Robt.  baker,  3  Shakspeare  square 

Dixson,  Miss,  dressmaker,  36  George  street 

Dobbie,  Thomas,  conservator  of  the  Scott 
monument,  7  Sciennes  court 

Dobie,  George,  painter  and  glazier,  48  Han- 
over street 

Dobie,  James,  surgeon- dentist,  21  St  Andrew 
square 

Dobie,  John,  wright,  3  Richmond  place 

Dobie,  William,  muslin,  lace,  ribbon,  and 
bonnet  warehouse,  44  Leith  street 

Dobson  &  Co.  wrights  and  undertakeis,  23 
West  Preston  street 

Dobson,  David,  auctioneer  and  appraiser,  24 
West  Preston  street 

Dobson,  Geo.  (Customs),  2  Auburn  place. 
North  Fort  street 

Dobson,  Rob.  jun.  (Hughson^  D.)  Melbourne 
house.  Grange 

Dobson,  Miss  Alison,  8  Buccleuch  place 

Docherty,  Jas.  clothier,  2  St  Mary's  wynd. — 
See  Adv. 

Dodds,  Alex.  40  St  Leonard  street 

Dodds,  Andrew,  slater,  129  High  street — slate- 
yard.  Wet  docks,  Leith 

Dodds,  .Tames,  21  Warriston  crescent 

Dodds,  Mrs  J.  D.  lodgings,  3  Downie  place 

Dodds,  Mrs  Rachel,  lodgings,  1  Broughton  pi. 

Dods,  J.  &  R.  cabinetmakers,  63  Cowgate 

Dods,  John,  5  Deanhaugh  street 

Dods,  William,  gardener.  Old  Botanic  cottage 

Dods,  Wm.  gardener,  Restalrig 

Dods,  Mrs  Margaret,  12  Junction  st.  Leith 

Dods,  Mrs  George,  8  Ann  street 

Dods,  Mrs,  13  N.-W.  Circus  place 

Dods,  Mrs  Marcus,  2  So.  Charlotte  street 

Dodson,  John,  of  Littledale,  1 5  Clarendon 
crescent  > 


Doig,  Alex,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  6  Romilly 

place 
Doig,  Alex,  spirit  dealer,  34  Shore 
Doig,  Charles,  writer,  Seafield  house,  Leith 
Doig,  James,  smith  and  gasfitter,  19  Bristo  st. 
Doig,  John,  H.E.LC.S.  Retired  List,  17  War- 
riston crescent 
Doig,  R.  wine  and  spirit  dealer,  1  Hunter  sq. 

— house,  I  Fleshmarket  close 
Don,  John,  packing-box  maker,  87  Constitu- 
tion street 
Donald,  Henry  E.  writer,  22  William  street 
Donald,  John,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  50 

Hanover  street 
Donald,   W.   silk  dyer  and  scourer,  34  Fre- 
derick street  and  24  Veitch's  square — house 
8  Hamilton  place 
Donald,  Mrs  Alex.  21  AthoU  crescent 
Donaldson,  A.  &  Sons,  globe  makers, printers' 
joiners,  &  brass  rule  cutters,  7  So.  Niddry  st, 
Donaldson  &  Son,  prov.  dealers,  14  Heriot  pi. 
Donaldson,  Alex,  bootmaker,  45  Princes  street 
Donaldson,  Archibald,  plasterer,  3  Davie  street 
Donaldson,  Andrew,  causeway-layer  and  con- 
tractor, 142  High  street 
Donaldson,  Colin,  clerk,  II  N.  College  street 
Donaldson,  David,  baker,  2  Canongate 
Donaldson,    George,   grocer,   tea,   wine,   and 

spirit  merchant,  1  Mackenzie  place 
Donaldson,  George,  writer,  1  West  Richmond 

street 
Donaldson,  George,  ho.  carpenter,  1  Elder  st. 
Donaldson,  H.  spirit  mercht.  127  Grassmarket 
Donaldson's  Hospital — treasurer's  office,  32 
I      Abercromby  place 

I  Donaldson,  James,  spirit  mercht.  27  West  pt. 
I  Donaldson,  John,  advocate,  prof,  in  the  Uni- 
I  versity — house,  Marchfield 
I  Donaldson,  .John,  16  Church  street 
I  Donaldson,  John,  lodgings,  4  Infirmary  street 
1  Donaldson,  John  G.  spirit  dealer,  42  Potterrovr 
i  Donaldson,  Jn.  port,  paint.  2  E. Broughton  pi. 
j  Donaldson,  J.  dealer  in  prints  and  pictures^ 
I      10  Terrace,  Leith  street  ■ 

!  Donaldson,  John,  12  Gardner's  crescent  * 

:  Donaldson,  Peter,  spirit  dealer,  37  Sandport  st. 
j  Donaldson,    William,    tailor    and    Highland 
!      costume  maker,  &c.  55  George  street 
Donaldson,  Wm.  12  Terrace,  Leith  street 
Donaldson,  Wm.  trim,  warebo.  46  So.  bridge 
!      — house,  9  Montagu  street 
i  Donaldson,  Wm.  tobacco  pipe  manufacturer, 
;      14  Morton  street 

;  Donaldson,  Wm.  spirit  dealer,  19  Elbe  street 
j  Donaldson,  Mrs  J.  lodgings,  10  Wellington 

place 
Donaldson,  Mrs,  29  Buccleuch  place 
Donaldson,  Mrs,  26  Walker  street 
!  Donaldaon,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  9  Jamaica  st. 
I  Donaldson,  Mrs,  22  Melville  street 
Donaldson,  Mrs,  51  Buccleuch  street 
Donlevy,  James,  teacher.  Holy  Cross  School, 
1 12  Canonp-ate 


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Dores  &  Laidlaw,  fleshers,  23  and  24  Middle 

market 
Dott,  Aitken,  carver,  gilder,  and  frame  maker, 

16  South  St  David  street 
Dougal),  David,  3  East  Register  street  , 

Dougall,  Robert,  lodgings,  39  Albany  street 
Dougall,  James,  teacher,  1  Gillespie  street 
Doughtic,  Alex,  slater  &  glazier,  48  George  st. 
Doughty,  Alex,  slater  &  glazier,  47  Potterrow 
Douglas  and  Baird,  grocers,  oilmen,  and  wine 

merchants,  purveyors  of  spirits  to  her  Ma- 
jesty, 89  George  street 
Douglas,  Dr  A.  H.  62  Northumberland  street 
Douglas,  Arch.(Ge/i.i».-0^'ce),l 7  Gilmore  pi. 
Douglas,  Arehd.  agent  Western  Bank  of  Scot- 
land, 30  Grassmarket— ho.  Blackford  villa 
Douglas,  Andrew,  Venetian-blind  maker  and 

joiner,  22  Greenside  place 
Douglas,  Chris.,  W.S.,  chambers,  22  Young 

street — ho.  17  Drummond  place 
Douglas,  Chris.   {Melville  4-  JJoug'as),  9  N.  St 

David  street 
Douglas,  David,  W.S.  23  Great  King  street 
Douglas,  D.  (D.  and  Baird),  49  S.  Clerk  st. 
Douglas,  F.Brown,  advocate,  21  Moray  place 
Douglas,  George,  5  South  College  street 
Douglas,  Jas.  dentist,  32  St  Andrew  square 
Douglas,  James,  4  Wemyss  place 
Douglas,  James,  10  Eankeillor  street 
Douglas,  James,  portrait  painter,  9  Hill  sq. 
Douglas,  Jame?,  gardener.  South  bank 
Douglas,  J.  waggoner,  15  Constitution  street 
Douglas,  Jas.  tailor  &  clothier,  67  Castle  st. 
Douglas,  James,  15  Richmond  place 
Douglas,  James  (Crease,  H.  S^-  £).),  2  West 

Lauriston  place 
Douglas,  James,  victual  dealer,  2  Castle  Barns 
Douglas,  James,  teacher  of  English,  48  India  st. 
Douglas,  J.  T.,  general  agent  (Merchants'  and 

T/adesmen's  Life  Assurance    Office),   1   N. 

St  David  street — ho.  Mercbiston  park 
Douglas,  James,  lathsplitter,  10  Lothian  road 
Douglas,  James,  baker,  15  Soutb  St  Andrew  st. 
Douglas,  John,  spirit  mercht.  186  Canongate 
Douglas,  John,  spirit  dealer,  40  Giles'  street 
Douglas,  John  B.,  W.S.  13  Drummond  place 
Douglas,   John    David,    searcher    of    Public 

Registers,  JO   North  St  David  st house, 

Inverleith  field,  Granton  road 
Douglas,  John,  shipmaster,  4  Portland  terrace 
Douglas,  Peter,  100  Pleasance 
Douglas,  Robert,  grocer  and  spirit  merchant, 

172  Fountainbridge 
Douglas,  Robert  H.,  Douglas'  hotel 
Douglas,  Sholto,  shoemaker,  Orchardfield  pi. 

Leith  walk 
Douglas,  Thomas,  victual  dealer,  Newhaven 
Douglas,  Thos.  H.,  florist,  Mercbiston  park 
Douglas,  Thos.  flesher,  89  St  Andrew  st.  Leith 
Douglas,  W.  C.  9  Charlotte  place 
Douglas,  W.  (  Com.  Bank),  2  George  place 
Douglas,  William,  P.S.A.,  4  Wemyss  place 
Douglas,  Wm.  engraver,  2  Grey  friars'  place 


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!  Douglas,  M.  &  J.  milliners  and  widows'  cap 
j      makers,  24  Hanover  street 
'  Douglas,  W.  S.,  common  agent  and  accoun- 
tant, 2  Greyfriars'  place 
Douglas,    iMrs,  hotel  keeper,  34.  and  35   St 

Andrew  square 
Douglas,  Mrs  Charlotte,  13  Hart  street 
Douglas,  Mrs  John,  tobacconist,  13  Sandportst. 
Douglas,  Mrs.  Thos.  G.  34  Rose  street 
Douglas,  MrsEliz.,  lodgings,  25  St  James'  sq. 
Douglas,  Mrs  M.  victual  dealer,  7  Riego  street 
Douglas,  Mrs  Richard,  23  Lauriston  street 
Douglas,  Mrs,-  5  Moray  place 
Douglas,    Miss  A.  R.  miniature  painter,  13 

Hart  street 
Douglas,  Miss,  9  Nelson  street 
Douglas,  Miss,  13  Maitland  street 
Douglas,  Miss,  1  Oxford  terrace.  Dean 
Douglas's  Hotel,  34  and  35  St  Andrew  square 
Douglas's  School,  9  Great  King  street — house 

48  India  street 
Doull,  David  and  Co.  British  wine  manuf.  and 

confectioners,  71  Potterrow,  and  74  Princes 

street 
Doull,  David  (D.  D.  S,~Co.),  16  Rankeillor  st. 
Dove,  David,  S.S.C.  Arnistoa  pi.,  Newington 
Dove,  James,  smith,  engine-pump  maker,  and 

coach-timber  bender,  Greenside  lane 
Dove,  Patrick  Edward,  6  Torphichen  street 
Dow,  Alexander,  wine  and  spirit  dealer,  7  St 

Andrew  street 
Dow,  James,  varnish  maker,  49  Thistle  street 
Dow,  James,  seal  engraver,  CO  North  bridge 
Dow,  William,  cork  sole  manufacturer,  2  St 

Mary's  wynd — house,  115  Canongate 
Dow,  William,  cabinetmaker,  24  India  street 
Dow,  Mrs  Wm.  innkeeper,  23  Sandport  st. 
Dow,  Mrs  Ann,  121  Rose  street 
Dow,  Miss  Jane,  69  Broughton  street 
Dow,  Isabella,  tobacconist,  52  Home  street 
Dow,  Misses,  commercial  boarding  house,  57 

North  bridge 
Dow,  Miss,  seminary,  31  York  place 
Dowell,  Alex.  (D.  &  Z.),  18  George  street 
Dowells  &  Lyon,  auctioneers  and  valuators, 

18  George  street 
Dowell,  Jas.  {D.  &  Z.),  Dick  pi.  Grange 
Dowie,  Charles,  pawnbroker,  1  Milne's  court 
Dowie,  James,  grocer  and  spirit   dealer,  54 

Potterrow 
Dowie,  Peter,  commission  agent,  17  Quality 

street 
Dowie,  Thos.  (L.L.E.and  G.  Shipping  Co.), 

Mayfleld  house,  Leith 
Dowie,  Wm.  contractor,  Canonmills  cottage 
Down,  John,  boot  and  shoe  maker,  1 2  Rose  st. 
Downie  &  Laird,  nursery  and  seedsmen,  17 

Frederick  street — nursery,  AVest  Coates 
Downie,  Alex-,  official  searcher  of  records  in 

General  Register  House — ho.  4  Wharton  pi. 
Downie,  Charles,  teacher,  6  Salisbury  street 
Downie,  Jas.  shoemaker,  4  West  Richmond  st. 
Downie,  John,  grocer,  9  Elbe  street 


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Downie,  John,  spirit  dealer,  28  C  lyde  street 
Downie,  J.  (D.  §•  Laird),  West  Coates nursery 
Downie,  John  Macleay,  accountant  (  Cowan  Sf 

Co.),  12  Upper  Gray  street 
Downie,  Mrs  C.  lodgings,  1  S.  Charlotte  st. 
Downs  and  Lethem,  wholesale  grocers  and 

general  merchants,  11  Timber  bush 
Downs,  John  (Z).  and  Lethem),  9  Vanburgh 

place,  Leith 
Drechsler,  Louis,  teacher  of  sin^ng,  1 1 6  George 

street 
Drevar,  Miss,  dressmaker,  25  Frederick  street 
Drew,  Thomas,  wine  merchant  and  grocer, 

1  Tobago  street — ho.  127  Fountainbridge 
Drew,  Miss,  toy  dealer,  99  Princes  street 
Drover,  D.  teller  National  Bank,   25    Qua- 
lity street 
Drover,  Miss,  13  Stafford  street 
Drummond,  A.  victual  dealer,  163  Causeyside 
Drummond,  B.  M.   marine  artist,  5  Regent 

street 
Drummond,  Chas.   bookseller,   printer,   and 

bookbinder,   133  Kirkgate — ho.  5  Albany 

street,  Leith 
Drummond,  Rev.  D.  T.  K.  Montpelier  cottage 
Drummond,  George  &   Son,  house  and  hor- 
ticultural builders,  4>  Henderson  row 
Drummond,  Geo.  spirit  dealer,  15  Canongate 
Drummond,   Henry  Home,  of  Blair-Drura- 

mond,  110  Princes  street 
Drummond,  James,  lodgings,  118  Princes  st. 
Drummond,  James,  artist,  26  Dundas  street 
Drummond,  John,  clerk,  Shore  Dues  office, 

9  London  row 
Drummond,   Peter,   tailor  and    clothier,    11 

Calton  street 
Drummond,   Thos.   builder,  16  St  Vincent 

street 
Drummond, Wra.  porter,  Holyrood  house 
Drummond,  Wm.  tailor,  13  Tolbooth  wynd, 

Leith 
Drummond,  William,  mason,  22  Fettes  row 
Drummond,  W.,  CM.,  102  Fountainbridge 
Drummond  &  Laing,  wholesale  stationers,  34 

Grassmarket 
Drummond,  Mrs,  midwife,  56  Bridge  street 
Drummond,  Misses,  26  Dundas  street 
Drybrough  &  Co.  brewers,  67  North  back  of 

Canongate 
Drybrougb,  G.  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  New- 
haven 
Drybrough,  J.,  Windsor  Villa,  Coltbridge  Road 
Drybrough^  N.  &  Sop,  coopers,  39  Mitchell 

street 
Drybrough,  T.  {D.  and  Co.),  7  Manor  place 
Drybrough,  Mrs,  Windsor  Villa,  Coltbridge 

road 
Drybrough,  Mrs  A.  45  Inverleith  row 
Dryburgh,  Mrs,  12  James'  place,  Leith 
Dryden,  Gavin,  &  Co.   comraiss.  agents,  33 

Bernard  street 
Dryden,  James,  grocer,  36  Jamaica  street 
Dryden,  James,  builder^  5  Saunders  street 


Dryden,  John,  spirit  dealer,  Anchorfield 

Dryden,  Mrs,  49  Charlotte  street,  Leith 

Dryden,  Miss,  11  Cheyne  street 

Drysdale,  Capt.  12  Fettes  row 

Drysdale,  Andw.  {Munros  Sf  Z>.),  23  St  James' 

square 
Drysdale,  Andrew,  Sunbury  distillery 
Drysdale,  David,  wine  merchant  and  grocer, 

2  Nicolson  street — house,  5  Minto  street 
Drysdale,  James,  spirit  dealer,  3  Dock  street 
Drysdale,  Geo.  H.  victual  dealer,  154  and  209 

Cowgate 
Drysdale,   James,  merchant  and  commission 

agent,  2  Drummond  street 
Drysdale,  John,  baker,  1  Crosscausey 
Drysdale,  Joseph,  S.S.C.  &  acct.   16  Royal 

Exchange — house,  18  Gardner's  crescent 
Drysdale,  Peter  H.  baker,  32  Fountainbridge 
Drysdale,  Robt.  Janitor's  lodge,  Moray  house 
Drysdale,  Wm.,  D.CS.  3  Hart  st. 
Drysdale,  Mrs  A.  spirit  dealer,  1  W.  Preston 

street 
Drysdale,  Mrs  Janet,  spirit  dealer,  Salamander 

street 
Drysdale,  Miss,  dressmaker,  41  George  street 
Drysdale,  Miss,  9  Hope  street 
Dubuc,  Dr,  prof,  of  French,  121  George  st. 
Ducat,  Mrs,  68  Great  King  street 
Dudgeon,  Alexander,  22  Ann  street 
Dudgeon,  Alexander,  baker  51  Thistle  street 
Dudgeon,  John  &  Co.  merchants,  17  Consti- 
tution street 
Dudgeon,  Colonel  Peter,  10  Carlton  street 
Dudgeon,  William,  22  Royal  terrace  j 

Dudgeon,  Mrs  Wm.  10  Cassells'  place  m 

DufF,  Alex,  advocate,  60  Northumberland  st.   J 
Duff,  Alex,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  17  Fre- 
derick street — house,  69  Rose  street 
Duff,  Ale?;,  spirit  merchant,  1 70  Canongate 
Duff,  Donald,  accountant  {E.  and  G.  Bank), 

22  India  street 
Duff,  Rev.  Henry,  Summerfield  house,  Leith 
Duff,  John,  spirit  dealer,  33  Couper  street 
Duff,    Thomas   (Agent  N.   B.   Railway    Co. 

Leith),  house,  George  street.  North  Leith. 
Duff,  Mrs,  Sycamore  bank,  Duddingston         | 
Duff,  jMrs  M.  milliner,  7  Shakspeare  square       : 
Duff,  Mrs,  17  St  Patrick  square 
Duff,   Eliz.,  French  corsetmaker,  26  George 

street 
DufEn,  Mrs  Richard,  12  Stafford  street 
Duffus,  P.  boot  and  shoemaker,  38  Howe  st. 
Duffy,  John,  shoemaker,  28  High  street 
Duffy,  Philip,  broker,  305  Cowgate 
Dufrayer,  Mrs  Alfred,  28  Rutland  street 
Dugdale,  Jos.  mail-guard,  6  South  St  James' 

street 
Duge;an,  J.  P.  leather  merchant,  23  Elder  st 
Du  Gue,  Monsieur,  French  teacher,  G5  York 

place 
Duke  of  Buccleuch  Coal  Store,  foot  of  Con-    j 

stitution  street 
Dumbreck,  Thomas,  7  Howard  place  I 


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Dumbreck,   William,    M.  D.,    F.R.C.S.    49 

Albany  street 

Dumbarton  Crown  Glass  and  Bottle  Ware- 
house, R.  F.  Bel],  agent,  5  Union  place 
Dun,  Alex.  Campbell,  18  Clareraont  crescent 

Dun,  Andrew,  19  St  Patrick  square 

Dun,  Finlay,  41  Heriot  row 

Dun,  Robert,  teacher,  12  Windmill  street 

Dun,  Thomas,  flesher,  14  St  Patrick  square 

Dun,  Miss  M.  baker,  130  Pleasance 

Dunbar,  Alex.  1  Windsor  street 

Dunbar,  J.  furnishing  ironmonger,  38  Dundas 
street — house,  20  Pitt  street 

Dunbar,  Sir  Wm.,  Bart,  of  Mochrum,  advo- 
cate, 47  Keriot  row 

Dunbar,  Mrs  Professor,  24  Howard  place 

Dunbar,  Mrs  G.  2  Deanhaugh  street 

Dunbar,  Mrs,  5  West  Circus  place 

Duncan,  Alex,  and  Sons,  paper  makers,  20 
South  St  Andrew  st. 

Duncan,  Alexander,  Parson's  green 

Duncan  &  Dewar,  W.S.  6  Hill  street 

Duncan  and  Gordon,  com.  merchants,  9  Ber- 
nard street 

Duncan  and  Miller,  S.S.C.  and  N.P.  11 
Nelson  street 

Duncan,  Colin  &  Son,  coal  merchants  and 
drysalters.  Old  Church  wharf  and  Dock  st. 
and  Scotland  street  stations 

Duncan,  Flockhart,  &  Co.  chemists  to  the 
Queen,  52  North  bridge,  and  139  Princes  st. 
— night  bell,  54  Xorth  bridge,  and  2  Char- 
lotte street 

Duncan,  Flockhart,  &  Powell,  chemists  and 
druggists,  18  Bernard  street,  Leith 

Duncan,  Geo.  (T.  D.  i-  Co.),  4  Bruntsfield  pi. 

Duncan,  Henry,  Comely  gardens 

Duncan,  Henry,  spirit  merchant,  Morningside 

Duncan,  Jas.  &  Co.  merchants  and  brokers, 
9  Baltic  street 

Duncan,  James  {D.  S,-  Dewa?-),  6  Hill  street — 
house,  46  Queen  street 

Duncan,  James,  1  Assembly  street,  Leith 

Duncan,  Jas.,  M.D.,  F.R.C.S.E.  12  Heriotrow 

Duncan,  Dr  James  Matthews,  F.R.C.P.  55 
Castle  street 

Duncan,  James,  of  Ceylon,  11  Clarence  st. 

Duncan,  Lieut-Col.  John,  E.LC.S.  19  Carl- 
ton terrace 

Duncan,  John,  21  Fettes  row 

Duncan,  J.  M.  advocate,  36  Castle  street 

Duncan,  J.  (A.  D.  S^-Son),  20  S.  St  Andrew  st. 

Duncan,  John,  senior,  2  Heriot  row 

Duncan,  J.  tobacco  pipe  manufac.  41  Whit- 
field place 

Duncan,  Rev.  John,  LL.D.  prof,  of  Oriental 
languages,  New  College,  29  Elder  street 

Duncan,  John,  W.S.,  27  Dundas  street 

Duncan,  John,  2  Madeira  street 

Duncan,  Rev.  R.  Dick,  8  Bruntsfield  place 

Duncan,  R.  &  G.  ladies'  bootmakers,  33 
George  street — house,  Westerhall  Hall 
lodge,  Meadow  place 


Duncan,  S.  shipmaster,  7  Regent  street,  Leith 
Duncan,  Brothers  &  Co.  provision  merchantP, 

12,  13,  and  14  Charlotte  street,  Leith 
Duncan,  Thos.  &  Co.  bootmikers  to  the  Queen 

and  Prince  Albert,  59  Princes  street 
Duncan,    Thos.    brushmaker  to   the   Queen, 

26  Greenside  place — house,  24 
Duncan,  Thomas,  C7  Cumberland  street 
Duncan,  Thomas,  saddler,  31  Fountainbridge 
Duncan,  Wm.  James,  manager  JSational  Bank 

of  Scotland,  18  Coates  crescriit 
Duncan,  William,  S.S.C.  1  Heriotrow 
Duncan,   William,  jun.  (Z).   .5-  Miller),    11 

Nelson  street 
Duncan,  Mrs,  78  Great  King  street 
Duncan,  Mrs,  of  Parkhill,  34  Miuto  street 
Duncan,  Mrs  Dr,  7  India  street 
Duncan,  Mrs  Joseph,  38  Brunswick  street 
Duncan,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  21  Jamaica  street 
Duncan,  Mrs,  grocer,  3  Cumberland  street 
Duncan,  Mrs  William,  4  Blacket  place 
Duncan,  Mrs,  Belleville,  King's  park  \ 

Duncan,  Mrs,  4  Northumberland  place 
Duncan,  Mrs  Thomas,  13  Comely  Bank 
Duncan,  Mrs,  3  Hamburg  place 
!  Duncan,  Mrs,  straw-hat   and  dressmaker,  30 
j      Cumberland  street 
j  Duncan,  Misses,  27  Howard  place 
j  Duncan,  Miss  Ann,  14  Archibald  place 
Duncan,  Miss  Jane,  67  Great  King  street 
Duncan,  Misses  J.  &  R.  straw-hat  manufac- 
turers, 33  George  street 
Duncanson,  Thos.  distiller,  11  West  Sciennes 
Duncanson,  Walter,  shipmaster,   25    Bridge 

street 
Dundas  &  Wilson,  C.S.  16  St  Andrew  square 
Dundas,  Alex,  wright,  E.  Rose  street  lane 
Dundas,  George,  adv.,  sheriff  of  Selkirkshire, 

9  Charlotte  square 
Dundas,  Geo.  accountant,  24  Broughton  pi. 
Dundas,    Rear-Admiral  Henry,   Craig  R.07- 

ston,  Granton  pier 
Dundas,  James,  letter-carrier,  19  St  James'  st. 
Dundas,  John,  C.S.  25  St  Andrew  square 
Dundas,  John  F.  civil  engineer,   15  St  Ber- 
nard's crescent 
Dundas,  Wm.  Pitt,  deputy- clerk  registrar  of 

Scotland,  General  Register  House 
Dundas,  Sliss  Hamilton,  8  St  Bernard's  cresc. 
Dundee,  Perth,  and  London  Shipping  Co. 

2  Dock  gates — D.  Smith,  agent 
Dunlop,  Mrs  Alan  C.  31  Royal  terrace 
Dunlop,   Alex.  Murray,  advocate,   M.P.    67 

Queen  street 
Dunlop,  Alex,  of  Clober,  45  Moray  place 
Dunlop,    Charles,    cabinetmaker   and   house 

factor,  29  Brunswick  st.  and  Circus  lane 
Dunlop,  C.  &  J.  booksellers  and  binders,  14 

Greenside  place 
Dunlop,  G.  &  G.,  W.S.  53  Great  King  street 
Dunlop,  George,  &  Co.  merchants,  15  John's 

lane,  Leith 
Dunlop,  Henry,  30  Melville  Street 


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OuDlop,  James  U.  agent  and  com.  merchant, 
30  Coatfield  lane,  Leith — house,  5  St  John's 
place,  Leith 
Dunlop,  Robt.  J.sharebroker,  7  Henderson  row 
Dunlop,  Mrs  Archd.  19  West  Nicolson  street 
Dunlop,  Mrs  Wm.  4  Gilraore  place 
Dunlop,  Mrs,  4  Salisbury  place,  Newington 
Dunlop,  Mrs,  4  John's  place,  Leith 
Dunlop,  ^Irs,  6  Pitt  street 
Dunlop,  iVIrs,  1 1  Wemyss  place 
Dunlop,  Miss,  6  South  Charlotte  street 
Dunlop,  Misses,  2  Darnaway  street 
Dunn,  David,  metal  merchant  and  ironmonger, 

a  Blair  street 
Dunn,  David,  contractor,  20  Pleasance 
Dunn,  George,  missionary,  2  Deanhaugh  st. 
Dunn,  Jas.  painter,  glazier,  &c.  4  Teviot  row 
Dunn,  John,  hairdresser,  70  Kirkgate,  Leith 
Dunn,  Thomas,  S.S.C.   78   George  street — 

house,  2  Duncan  street,  Xewington 
Dunn,  Thos.  optician,  mathematical  &  phi- 
losophical instrument  maker,  50  Hanover 
street — house,  7  Buccleuch  place. — See  Adv. 
Dunn,  Mrs  John,  4  South  Junction  street 
Dunnett,  Wm.  classical  teacher,  2  Drumraond 

street 
Duns,  James,  slater,  161  Rose  street 
Duns,  Miss,  milliner,  161  Rose  street 
Dunse,  Geo.  china  merchant,  70  Canongate 
Dunsmure,  Alex.  mer.  8  St  John's  pi.  Leith 
Dunsmure,  Major,  10  Coates  crescent 
Dunsmure,  James,  26  Castle  street 
Dunsmure,  J.,   M.D.,  F.R.C.S.E.   57  Queen 

street 
Dunstone,  Wm.  clerk,  7  Spence's  pi.  Leith 
Durham,  Jas.  &  Son,  paperraakers,  7  George 

street 
Durie,  David,  grocer,  72  Shore 
Durie,  James,  baker,  62  Tolbooth  wynd,  Leith 
Diirrner,  Johannes,  professor  of  music,   65 

Castle  street 
Durward,  Andrew,  cabinetmaker,  upholsterer, 

and  undertaker,  7  Clerk  street — house,  1 
Durward,  Misses,  49  Buccleuch  street 
Duthie,  Walter,  W.S.  6  Great  King  street 
Dyce,    Archd.    Brown,    Colonel    E.LC.S.   7 

Ainslie  place 
Dycer,  Charles,  physician,  18  Pitt  street 
Dyer,  J.  A.  commercial  agt.  5  Buccleuch  pi. 
Dyer,  Mrs  A.  Reid's  court,  Canongate 
Dyer,  Miss,  2  Windmill  street 
Dykes,  Rob.  C.  &  Co.  bootmakers,  98  High  st. 
Dymock    &     Paterson,    solicitois-at-law,    56 

George  street 
Dymock,  James  R.  tea,  wine,  &  brandy  mer- 
chant, 16  Nicolson  st. — house,  3  Arniston 
place 
Dymock,   Robert  Lockbart,   solicitor-at-law, 
and  proc- fiscal  for  the  city.  City  Chambers 
— house,  19  George  square 
Dymock,  IMrs  W.  M'Lean,  14  Broughton  pi. 

Eadie,  James,  hairdresser,  26  Sandport  st. 


j  Eager,  Mrs,  teacher  of  music,  54  Frederick  st. 
Eagle  &  Henderson,  nurtery,  teedsmen,  and 
Horists  to  the  Queen,  nursery  and  seed  ware- 
house, Leith  walk 
Earwaker,  John,  Hampshire  house  and  com- 
I      mercial  hotel,  108  Eose  street 
Easson,  Jamee,  cork  manufac.  23  Baltic  st. 
I  East  India,  Colonial,  and  General  Agency — 
j      Wm.  Bowie,  17  South  .St  David  street 
Easton,     George,   agent   S.    T.   League,   54 
t      South  bridge 

\  Easton,  James,  cabinetmaker,  28  Greensidc  st. 
!  Easton,  .James,  tailor,  3  Greenside  row 
i  Easton,  Mrs  Isabella,  15  Norton  place 
I  Euston,  Mrs  Thomas,  33  Albany  street 
Easton,  j\Irs,  laundress,  4  Norton  place 
j  Easton,  Miss,  10  South  St  Jiitnes'  street 
i  Easton,  Misses,  dressmakers,  118  Princes  st. 
Eaton,  James,  8  Alva  street 
1  Ebsworth,  Jos.  publisher  and  teacher  of  vocal 
I      music,  4  Montgomery  street 
Eckford,  Walter,  Trinity  baths 
Eckford,  Walter,  skinner,  Silvermills 
\  Eckford,  Mrs,  Trinity  baths  and  lodgings 
;  Economic    Life    Assurance    Office — Henry 
I      Maitland,  agent,  9  Xorth  St  David  street. 
I      — See  Adv. 

Edgar,  James,  porfrait-painter,  34   Cumber- 
I      land  street 

i  Edgar,  Robt.  provision  dealer,  23  Howe  street 
Edgar,  Robt.  boot  and  shoem.  187  High  street 
I  Edgar,  Mrs,  22  London  street 
j  Edge,     George,      manager    Equitable    Loan 
1      Co.  of  Scotland,  4  Montgomery  street 
Edinbukgh  Bible  Society  Committee  Rooms 

&  Depository,  6  York  place 
Edinburgh  Barm  Company,  Rose  st.  lane 
Edinburgh  City  Mission,  10  George  street — 

Thomas  Scott,  treasurer 
Edinbukgh  Clothing  Society,  18  Bristo  street 
Edinbukgh  City  Mission  Office,  6  York  place 

— Rev.  James  Trench,  superintendent 
Edinburgh  Eye  Infirmary,  140  George  street 
Edinburgh  Funeral  Establishment,  9  and  10 
Leith  walk — John  Croall  &  Son,  proprietors 
Edinburgh  Gas-Light  Co.  25  Waterloo  pi. 
Edinburgh,  and  115  Constitution  st.  Leith 
Edinburgh  &  Glasgow  Bank,  29  George  st. 

— branch,  19  Charlotte  street,  Leith 
Edinburgh  and  Glasgow  Union  Canal  Co.'s 

office,  1  Port- Hopetoun 
Edinburgh  Guardian  Office,  279  High  street. 

Royal  Exchange 
Edinburgh    Institution  for  Languages,  &c. 

8  Queen  street 
Edinburgh  Institution  for  the  Education  of 

Y'oung  Ladies,  23  Charlotte  square 
Edinburgh  Ladies'  Institution  for  Southern 

Districts,  1  Park  place 
Edinburgh  &  Leith  Gas-Light  Company,  8 

George  street,  and  10  Baltic  street,  Leith 
Edinburgh  &  Leith  Glass  Co.  42  Salaman- 
der street,  Leith 


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Edinbubgh  &  Leith  Brewery,  200  Canongate 
EjDiNRur.GH  and  Leith  Loan  Co.  16  Calton  st. 
Edinc'jrgh,  Leith,  &  Granton  Railway  sta- 
tion, Citadel,  Leith 
Edinburgh  Life  Assurance  Co.'s  Office,  22 
Geo.  St. — G.  L.  Finlay,  manager. —  See  j.c/i;. 
Edinburgh  Loan  Co.  pawnbrokers,  39  South 
bridge,  &  1  South  Niddry  street — Robert 
Wilson,  manager. — See  Adv. 
Edinburgh  News  office,  Writers  court 
Edinburgh  Normal  School,  Castle  road 
Edinburgh  Normal  School,  Moray  house 
Edinburgh,  Perth,  and  Dundee  Railway  Co. 

y  Princes  street — Henry  Lees,  secretary 
Edinburgh  Poor's  House,  Forrest  road 
Edinburgh  ReligiousTractand  Book  Society's 

Depot,  13  South  St  Andrew  street 
Edinburgh  Ropery  Co.  28  Bath  street  and  35 

Shore 
Edinburgh  School  for  the  Blind,  2  Gayfield 

square 
Edinburgh  Sabbath-school  Teachers'  Union, 

2  Melbourne  place 
Edinburgh  Subscription  Lib.  24  George  st. 
Edinburgh  Water  Company,  123  Princes  st. 

—Alex.  Ramsay,  manager 
Edington,  Mrs  G.  lodgings,  4  Melville  place 
Edington,  Miss  D.  H.  lodgings,  2  Rutland  sq. 
Edmond,  G.  teacher,  24  King  street,  Leith 
Edmond,  James,  Newbank,  Trinity 
Edmond,  John,  rope  and  sailmaker,  C4  Shore 
Edmond,  Mrs,  47  Cumberland  street 
Edmonston  &  Douglas,  English  and  foreign 

booksellers,  87  Princes  street 
Edmonston,   Alex.     (£.    und    Douglas),   25 

Scotland  street 
Edmonston  Colliery  office,  St  Leonard's  and 
Sands,   Leith — Andrew   Gray,   agent—  See 
Adv. 
Edmondston,  F.  &  Son,  engravers  and  prin- 
ters, 60  North  bridge — ho.  17  London  st. 
Edmondston,  Thomas  &  Son,  iron-merchants 

and  seedsmen,  110  West  bow 
Edmondston, T.(  T.  E.  8f  Son),  1  Wharton  pi. 
Edmondstoune,  Mrs,  5  Great  Stuart  street 
Edmonstoune,  Mrs  Thos.  3  Fingall  place 
Edmonstoune,  Miss, of  Newton,  11  Manor  pi. 
Edmunds,  Edmund,  professor  of  singing,  1 

Gloucester  place 
Edward,  Peter,  victual  dealer,  51  Yardheads 
Edward,  John,  16  Scotland  street 
Edwards,  Wm.  brassfounder,  60  Nicolson  st. 
Elder,   Alex,  printer.  Anchor  close — house, 

49  North  Richmond  street 
Elder,  Alex,  grocer,  wine  and  spirit  merchant, 

40  North  Hanover  street 
Elder,  Alex,  general  agent  and  merchant,  im- 
porter of  Bohemian  glass,   lava  goods,  &c., 
1  Broughton  place 
Elder,  George,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  2.5 

Dean  street 
Elder,  James,  5  Thistle  street 
Elder,  James,  spirit  dealer,  17  Buccleuch  st. 


Elder,  John  {T.  E.  ^  Co.),  16  Pilrig  street 
Elder,  John,  goldsmith,  156  High  street 
Elder,  John,  W.S.  5  So.  Charlotte  st. — house, 

3  West  Circus  place 
Elder,  John,  messenger,  Commercial  Bank,  20 

Rose  street 
Elder,  Lewis,  spirit  dealer,  Dean 
Elder,  Thomas  {T.  E.  ^-  Co.),  1  Fife  place 
Elder,  Thomas  &  Co.wine  merchants,  St  An- 
thony court 
Elder,  Thomas,  farmer,  Lennie  mains 
Elder,  Wm.  victual  dealer,  34  Tobago  street 
Elder,  Wm.  writer,  10  Torphichen  street 
Elder,  Mrs,  hotel,  9  South  St  David  street 
Elder,  Mrs,  19  Abercromby  place 
Electric   Telegraph   Company's   Office,  26 

Bernard  street,  Leith 
Elgin,  W.  &  Son,  booksellers,  stationers,  and 

library,  10  North  St  Andrew  street 
Elgin,  Wm.  jun.  22  Scotland  street 
Elgin,  W.  sen.  {E.  §-  Son),  19  Norton  place 
Elliot,  John,  York  hotel 
Elliot,  Robt.  65  Lauriston  place 
Elliot,  W.  Scott,  of  ArkJeton,  W.S.  32  Regent 

terrace 
Elliot,  Mrs  H.  97  Causeyside 
Elliot,  Miss,  boarding  school  for  young  ladies, 

23  Windsor  street 
Eliott,  Miss  Euphemiaof  Stobs,  1  Torphichen 

street 
Ellis,  Adam  G.  (?F.,  A.  G.,  and  R.  Ellis),  -3 7 

Drummond  place 
Ellis,  John,  house  factor,  3  St  Bernard's  row 
Ellis,  Robert  (  W.,  A.  G.,  and  R.  E.),  4  Royal 

terrace 

Ellis,  Thos.,  upholsterer,  cabinetmaker,  un- 

undertaker,  and  house  agent,  21   and   23 

George  IV.  bridge 

i  Ellis,  W.,  A.  G.,  &  R.,  W.S.  4  Royal  terrace 

Ellis,   William,    gentlemen's   sick    nurse,    19 

Jamaica  street 
Ellis,  Mary  and  Eliza,  dressm.  82  Rose  st. 
Elmslie,  Airs  Geo.  stoneware  house,  10  and  II 

Charlotte  place 
Elphiston  Colliery  office,  10  Elder  street 
Emigration  Office,  10  N.  St  Andrew  street 
Emilie,  Mrs  Mary,  superior,  St  Margt's  convent 
English  and  Scottish  Law  Life  Assurance 
and  Loan  Association — William  Smith,  man- 
ager, 120  Princes  street. — See  Adv. 
Episcopal  Church  Society  Training  Institu., 
16  St  John  St. — Rev.  John  Hunter,  A.M. 
principal 
Equitable  Fire  Insurance   Co.,  65   Princes 
St. — Alexander  Jamieson,   secretary. — See 
Adv. 
Equitable  Loan  Co.  of  Scotland,  4  Milne 
sq. — sale  room,  1  Hunter  sq. — Geo.  Edge, 
manager. — See  Adv. 
Erith,  Wm.  John,  commission  agent,  4  North 

St  David  street 
Erskine,  Alex,  slater,  11  St  Andrew  st.  Leith 
Erskine,  James,  printer,  49  Brunswick  street 


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Erskine,  Jamee,  glass  and  china  merchant,  40 

Grassmarket 
Erskine,  John,  tailor,  6  Lothian  street 
Erskine,  Mrs,  St  Giles'  villa.  Grange  road 
Erskine,  Mrs,  21  India  street 
Erskine,  Misses,  13  Alva  street 
Erskine,  Miss,  112  Lauriston  place 
Erskine,  Miss  Harriet,  9  Manor  place 
Erskine,  Miss,  6  Manor  place 
Espie,  Geo.  &  Jas.  clothiers,  22  South  bridge 
Espinasse,  Fran9ois,  French  teacher,  1  Hill  st. 
Espline,  Mrs  Charles,  lodgings,  Morniogside 
Essex  Economic  Fire  Assurance  Association, 
17  George  street — J.  G.  Harrison,  agent. — 
See  Adv. 
EssoH,  Geo.  A.  {Lindsay  if  E.),  10  Gt.  King  st. 
Esson,  James,  innkeeper,  4  Rose  street 
EuDson,  Mrs,  tuscan  and  straw-bonnet  ware- 
house, 30  Kirkgate 
Eunson,  Miss,  dressmaker,  23  Bernard  st. 
European  Lite  Insurance  and  Annuity  Office, 
10  North  St  Andrew  street  I 

Evans,  Robert,  tailor,  2  Kerr  street  j 

Evans,  Mrs  Owen,  victualler,  34  Yardheads     ! 
Evans,    Wm.     W.    superintendent    Experi- 
mental gardejis,  Inverleith  row  I 
Evening  Post  and  Scottish  Record  News- 
paper office,  30  Hanover  street — printing- 
office,  82  Rose  street 
Ewan,  G.  M.  working  jeweller,  12  Gardner's 

crescent 
Ewan,  Mrs  Wm.  121  Princes  street 
Ewart,  John,  joiner  and  cabinetmaker,  Pitt 

street  toll — house,  8  Cumberland  street 
Ewart,  Wm.  cabinetmaker,  2  Drummond  st. 
Ewart,  Wra.  cabinetmaker  and  organbuilder, 

132  High  street 
Ewart,  WiUiam,  H.M.  Customs,  15  Cannon  st. 
Ewart,  Mrs,  27  Nelson  street 
Ewart,  Miss,  dressmakers,  33  Castle  street 
Ewart,  Misses,  milliners,  &c.  29  Richmond  pi. 
Ewing,  Benjamin,  tailor,  30  Frederick  street 
Ewing,  George,  3  Chapel  street 
Ewing,  Henry,  Sunbury  distillery 


Fairbairn  and  Co.  hosiers  and  drapers,  30  St 

Andrew  square 
Fairbairn,  Dr,  surgeon,  53  George  square 
Fairbairn,  Rev.  Jas.  Sunnyslde  villa.  Trinity 
Fairbairn,  Jas.  house-gov.  Geo.  Heriot's  ho«p. 
Fairbairn,  James,  engraver,  38  Charlotte  sq. 
Fairbairn,  John,  25  Warriston  crescent 
Fairbairn,  Wm.  surveyor  of  buildings,  37  Fre- 
derick street 
Fairbairn,  Mrs  James,  Lothian  road 
Fairbairn,  Miss  Isabella,  lodgings,  7  Forres  st. 
Fairbairn,  ]\Iiss,  lodgings,  7t)  George  street 
Fairbairn,  Miss,  2  West  Newington  place 
Fairfoul,  Wra.  9  Hercles  st. 

Fairgrieve,  John,  printer,  74  Rose  st ho.  34 

Fairgrieve,  Thos.  chemist  &  druggist,  46  Clerk 

street — ho.  1  Sylvan  place 
Fairgrieve,  William,  smith,  8  Dock  street 
Fairgrieve,  Miss  ]\I.  milliner,  99  Princes  st. 
Fairley,  George,  spirit  dealer,  62  Causeyside 
Fairley,  James,  grocer,  1  Gilmore  place 
Fairley,  James,  wine  merchant  and  grocer,  67 

Lauriston  place 
Fairley,   Jas.  &   Wm.  umbrella  makers,  35 

Nicolson  street 
Fairley,  John,  flesher,  46  Broughton  street 
Fairley,  Mungo,coal  merch. 20  Port- Hamilton 
Fairley,  Elizabeth,  wine  and  spirit  merchant, 

18  Calton  street 
Fairly,  Thos.  S.  writer,  24  Gayfield  square       ; 
Faithfull,  Rev.  Valentine,  12  Gloucester  pi.  ^ 
Falconar,  Miss,  Falconhall,  Morningside  ■ ' 

Falconar,  Miss,  2  Coates  crescent 
Falconer,  Dav.  grocer  and  tea-dealer,  18  Home 

street 
Falconer,  Duncan,  sheriff-officer,  3  Victoria  st. 
Falconer,  George,  of  Carlowrie,   New  Club, 

Princes  street 
Falconer,  Henry  D.  flesher,  82  Pieasance 
Falconer,  James,  writer,  8  Mary's  place 
Falconer,  John,  glazier,  23  Thistle  street 
Falconer,  Joseph,  shipping  agent.  Wet  Docks 
Falconer,   Thomas,  tobacconist,  3  Bristo  port 

and  361  High  street 


Ewing,  William,  cooper,  55  Broughton  street  j  Falconer,  Mrs  J.  S.  23  Duke  street 
Ewing,  Mrs,  French  corsetm.  30  Frederick  st.     Falconer,  Mrs,  lodgings,  Anchorfield 
Exchange,  Royal,  291  High  street  Falkirk  Iron  Co.  warehouse,  18  Picardy  pi 

Exchange  Coffee-room,  130  Constit.  st.  Leith  |      — H.  Anderson,  agent — ho.  5  Meadow  pi. 
Exchange  Stables,  125  Constitution  st.  Leith  i  Falkner,  James  P.,  S.S.C,  8  Bank  street 
Exchequer  Office,  Parliament  square  'Falkner,  Misses,  milliners  and  dressmakers. 

Experimental  Gardens,  Inverleith  row  j      65  Castle  street 

Extractor's  Office,  Register  house  Falla,  jMisses  M.  &  J.  milliners  and  straw-hat 

Experience  Permanent  Property  Investment       makers,  21  India  street 


Society,  3  North  St  Andrew  street — A.  Pa 

terson,  manager 
Eye  Dispensary,  405  Lawnmarket 
Eyre,  Thos.  stocking  manufact.  3  Kerr  street 
Eyre,  Misses,  boarding-school,  8  Randolph  cliff 

Fackney,  Mrs  James,  lodgings,  25  Bridge  st. 
Faed,  John,  R.S.A.  portrait-painter,  51  North- 
umberland street 
Fair,  Thomas,  17  Hope  crescent 


Family  Endowment  and  Annuity  Office,  4 
St  Andrew  square — Robert  Allan,  agent 

Farmer,  David,  baker,  7  Calton  street,  and 
341  Canongate 

Farmer,  John,  baker,  8  Roxburgh  place  and 
130  High  street 

Farmer,  Wm.  upholsterer,  57  Nicolson  st. 

Farnie,  Misses,  29  Howard  place 

Farquhar,  Alexander,  spirit  dealer,  55  Yard- 
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Farquhar,  Arthur,  W.S.  21  Coates  crescent 

Farquharson,    Charles   H.   working   jeweller 

and  watchmaker,  26  Leith  street — bouse. 

West  Preston  street 

Farquharson,  David,  confectioner,  30  Westp. 

Farquharson,  Fran,  confectioner,  71  Nicolson 

street  and  215  Cowgate — ho.  81  Micokonst. 

Farquharson,  Francis,  of  Finzean,  25  Nor- 

thumberland  street 
Farquharson,  J.  C.  (^National  Bank),  9  Inver- 

leith  place 
Farquharson,  John,  lodgings,  1 8  Duncan  street 
Farquharson,  Mrs  General,  12  Gloucester  pi. 
Farquharson,  Mrs  John,  1  Clerk  street 
Farquharson,  Mrs,  26  Elder  street 
Farquharson,  Mrs,  7  Broughton  place 
Farquharson,  Miss,  1  Coates  crescent 
Farquharson,  Miss  A.  9  Inverleith  place 
Farquharson,  Misses  E.  &  C.  fancy  trimming 

wareho.,  9  Calton  st. 
Farr,  Richard  S.  2  Windsor  street 
Farr  &  Taylor,  com.  merchants,  18  Elm  row 
Farrell,  Robert,  poulterer,  l  Hope  street 
Farrie,   Thomas  &  Robert,   contractors,   24 

Mitchell  street 
Faulds,  J.  R,  accountant  and  general  comm. 

agent,  80  George  street 
Faulds,  Mrs,  37  George  street 
Fawcett,  Rev.  William,  56  Inverleith  row 
Fazakerley,  Henry,  74  Nicolson  street 
Fearn,  Miss,  East  Coates  house 
Fearns,  William,  teacher,  14  Nicolson  square 

— house,  7 1  Clerk  street 
Fearns,  Mrs  Peter,  14  Arthur  street 
Fegan,  J.  &  Co.  importers  of  French  flowers, 
and  feather  manufacturer,  21  George  street 
— house,  17  Duke  street 
Feild,  Eliza,  teacher  of  drawing  and  music, 

23  Salisbury  street 
Fell,  Wm.  Ed.  Cotton,  2  Upper  Gilmore  pi. 
Fell,  Mrs,  5  Portland  place 
Female  Servants'  Home,  1  Charlotte  place 
Female  Shelter,  Gilmore's  close,  99  Grass- 
market 
Fender,  Mrs  Thomas,  22  India  street 
Fenton,  Alexander  &  Co.  wine  and  spirit  mer- 
chants and  grocers,  79  Shore 
Fenton,  Edw.  04.  i^.^  Co.),  11  Albany  St.  Leith 
Fenton,  Mrs  G.,  1  East  Newington  place 
Fenwick,  Andrew,  cowfeeder,  4  Pitt  street 
Fenwick,    George,    St     Margaret's    cottage, 

Greenhill 
Ferenbacb,   P.,   clockmaker   and  toy  ware- 
house, 132  Princes  st — ho.  3  Wallace  place 
Fergus,  Wm.  woodmerch.  Great  Junction  st. 
Ferguson,  Sir  Adam,  29  Albany  street 
Ferguson  and  Stuart,  W.S.  17  George  street 
Ferguson,  Alexander,  purveyor  of  confec- 
tionary to  the  Queen,  1  Melbourne  pi. 
Ferguson,  Alex.  jun.  confectioner,  5  Archi- 
bald place 
Ferguson,  Archibald,  typefounder,  1  Salis- 
bury place 


Ferguson,  Archibald,  22  St  James'  square 
Ferguson  Brothers,  typefounders,   Callander 

house,  67  Canongate 
Ferguson,  C.  builder  and  paveraentmerchant, 

St  Stephen  st. — ho.  23  Fettes  row  lane 
Ferguson,  Charles,  slater,  22  Dundas  street. — 

See  Adv. 
Ferguson,  Davidson,  &  Co.  merchants,   and 

agents  for  Peruvian  guano  importers,  Junc- 
tion road,  Leith 
Ferguson,  Duncan,  writer,  32  Dundas  street 
Ferguson,  Fergus,  accountant,  209  High  st. 
Ferguson,  Geo.  sheriff  officer,  22  Society 
Ferguson,  J.  &  Co.  pawnbrokers,  312  Lawn- 
market — John  Ferguson,  manager 
Ferguson,   James,   boot   and    shoemaker,   6 

Buccleuch  street 
Ferguson,  James,  agent,  2  Haddington  place 
Ferguson,  James   L.  D.  writer,  32  Dundas 

street 
Ferguson,  J.  &  A.  sugar-house,  Leith 
Ferguson,  J.  H.  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  6 

St  James'  square 
Ferguson,  Lieut. -col.  James,  6  Dundas  st. 
Ferguson,  John,  W.S.  1  Regent  terrace 
Ferguson,  Joha,  jun.  broker,  27  St  Mary's  wd. 
Ferguson,  John  {S.  &f  F.),  61  Clerk  street 
Ferguson,  John  &  Son,  marble  and  coloured 

paper  makers,  Carrubber's  close,  134  High 

street — house,  3  Blair  street 
Ferguson,  Peter,  chimney-sweep,  12  E.  Cum- 
berland lane 
Ferguson,  Feter,  agent,  26  Grassmarket 
Ferguson,  Rev.  Robert  {Free  St  David's),  12 

Atholl  place 
Ferguson,  R.  D.  G.  of  Isle,  3  Bellevue  cresct. 
Ferguson,  Robert,  spirit  dealer,  47  Kirkgate 
Ferguson,  Robert,  china  and  rag  merchant,. 

18  Kirkgate,  8  Dock  pi.  and  30  Couper  st. 
Ferguson,  Thos.  grocer  and  wine  merchant,  2 

Market  place — house,  8  Hamilton  place 
Ferguson,  Thos.  &  Co.,  china,  glass,  and  stone 

warehouse,    11  Commercial    pi. — ho.     43 

Bridge  street 
Ferguson,  Walter,  drawing  master,  36  George 

street — house,  9  Graham  street 
Ferguson,  William,  30  Royal  circus 
Ferguson,  Wm.,  flesher,  60  Charlotte  street, 

Leith 
Ferguson,  Wm.,  W.S.  47  George  street 
Ferguson,  Wm.  plumber  and  gasfitter,  112 

Nicolson  street — house,  11  Lutton  place 
Ferguson,  Wm.  merchant,  31  Drummond  pi. 
Ferguson,  William,  bookseller,  7  Bank  street 
Ferguson,  Mrs  Eneas,  106  Lauriston  place 
Ferguson,   Mrs   Janet,    smallware   shop,   15 

Citadel  street,  Leith 
Ferguson,  Mrs,  10  Gay  field  square 
Ferguson,  Mrs  J.,  Jordan  bank,  Morningside 
Ferguson,  Mrs  William,  34  London  street 
Ferguson,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  49  India  place 
Ferguson,  Mrs,  spirit  dealer,  2  Bernard  st. 
Ferguson,  Mrs,  3  London  row 


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Ferguson,  Miss  Agnes,  1  Carlton  street 

Ferguson,  Miss  Jane,  1  St  James'  square 

Ferguson,  Miss,  1  St  Col  me  street 

Ferguson,  Misses,  1  Park  street 

Fergusson,  Geo.  (  Cathcart,  F.  4-  Co.)^  5  Atholl 
crescent 

Fergusson,  Henry  D.,  W.S.  26  Rutland  street 

Fergusson,  Miss,  9  Coates  crescent 

Fergusson,  Miss,  14  Alva  street 

Ferrae,  Mrs,  11  Gray  street 

Ferney,  Mrs,  Glover  street 

Fernie,  James,  wright  and  undertaker,  22 
Greenside  place — house,  17  Calton  hill 

Ferrie,  J.  D.  writer,  Alison  place 

Ferrie,  IMrs,  ladies'  nurse,  43  Broughton  st. 

Ferrier,  Charles,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  10 
St  Leonard  street 

Ferrier,  David,  Bible  depository,  17  Leith 
sti-eet — house,  Mary  cottage.  Trinity 

Ferrier,  James,  teacher  of  drawing,  12  Queen 
street — house,  8  Keir  street 

Ferrier,  Thomas  H.,  W.S  ,  89  George  street 

Ferrier,  Mrs  James  Crawford,  Seafield  lodge 

Ferrier,  ^Irs,  Seafield  house 

Ferrier,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  10  Catherine  st. 

Ferrier,  Mrs,  44  Rankeillor  street 

Ferrier,  Miss  D.  Wallace,  10  Doune  terrace 

Ferrier,  Miss,  38  Albany  street 

Fever  Board — Wm.  Whyte,  treasurer,  13 
George  street 

Fewtrell,  J.,  chemist  and  druggist,  321  High  st. 

Fiddes,  William,  spirit  dealer,  4  Cowgatehead 

Field  &AlIan,  slaters,  glaziers, &  smoke  curers, 
27  Fred,  street,  and  Junction  road,  Leith 

Field,  Rev.  Edward  B.  8  Northumberland  st. 

Field,  Mrs  J.  milliner  and  stamper,  7  North 
St  David  street 

Fielding,  Misses,  8  Cumberland  street 

Fife,  Alex,  ginger  beer  brewer,  Hillhousefield 

Fife,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse.  Union  court,  Rich- 
mond place 

Figg,  James  A.  Ordnance  storekeeper,  Leith  ft. 

Figge,  JVIiss,  3  N.  Charlotte  street 

Filipowski  Hershal,  accountant,  Osborne  cot- 
tage, Wardie 

Finch,  John,  hosier  and  shirtmaker,  25  Had- 
dington place 

Finch,  Mrs,  6  West  Preston  street 

Findlater,  Mrs,  Summerfield  house,  Leith 

Findlay,  George,  spirit  dealer,  Water  of  Leith 

Flndlay,  -John  Gardner,  16  Brandon  street 

Findlay,  William,  grocer,  79  Rose  street 

Findlay,  ]Mrs,  00  George  square 

Finlay,  Charles,  writer,  6  Great  Stuart  street 

Finlay,  G.  L.  manager,  Edinburgh  Life  Assu- 
rance Company,  17  Northumberland  st. 

Finlay,  George,  coach-hirer,  12  Charles  street 

Finlay,  James,  5  Moray  street 

Finlay,  Jas.  superintendent,  Roscbank  cem. 

Finlay,  Jas.  (^Lothians  and  F.),  60  George  st. 

Finlay,  John,  bootmaker,  82  Princes  street — 
house,  12  South  St  David  street 

Finlay,  Peter,  water  officer,  16  Heriot  place 


Finlay,  Peter,  cooper,  3  Market  street 
Finlay,  Robert  (  Wrig/it  arid  F.),21  Thistle  st. 
Finlay,  Thomas,  builder,  43  India  place 
Finlay,  Thomas,  baker,  4  Chapel  street 
Finlay,  Thos.  meal  dealer,  16  Scotland  street 
Finlay,  Walter,  baker,  55  Clerk  street 
Finlay,  William,  cabinetmaker,  &c.  21  South 
St  Andrew  street,  270  and  272  Cowgate — 
house,  2  South  St  David  street 
Finlay,  Wm.,  M.D.  Cherry  bank,  Newhaven 
Finlay,  William,  secretary,  Scottish  Equitable 

Assurance  Co..,  17  Northumberland  street 
Finlay,  William,  bank  mes.  Clyde  street  lane 
Finlay,  Mrs  Catharine,  52  Broughton  street 
Finlay,  Mies  Mary,  private  boarding  school, 

50  Minto  street 
;  Finlayson,  Donald,  confectioner,  62  So.  bridge 
'      — house,  16  Drummond  street 
I  Finlayson,  Daniel,  tailor,  73  Nicolson  street 
Finlayson,   Geo.  painter,  32  Tolbooth  wynd, 

Leith 
Finlayson,  John,  31  Broughton  street 
Finlayson,  Robert,  shoemaker,  13  Brunswick 

street 
Finlayson,   R.  grocer  and   spirit   dealer,   31 

Water  gate 
Finlayson,  T.  druggist  &  dentist,  33  Tolbooth 

wynd,  Leith 
Finlayson,  Rev.  Thos.  35  St  Bernard's  cres. 
Finlayson,  Wm.  G.  teacher.  Trades'  Maiden 

Hospital,  2  Lord  Russell  place 
Finlayson,  Mrs  VVra.  9  Queensferry  street 
Finlayson,  Mrs,  dressmaker  and  embroiderer, 

74  George  street 
Finnie,  Jn.  farmer,  Swanston,  Boroughmuirh. 
Finnic,  John,  brush  manufacturer,  4t  and  50 

Nicolson  street 
Finnie,  Miss  Agnes,  29  Clarence  street 

Firewood  Factory,  Cassells'  place See  Adv. 

Fish,  Alex,  agent,  2  Dock  gates 
Fisher,  Daniel,  S.S.C.  17  York  place 
Fisher,  D.  &  J.,  W.S.  17  York  place 
Fisher,  Daniel,  lodgings,  23  Lauriston  street 
Fisher,  J.R.  china  &  glass  merchant,  65  Hano- 
ver street 
Fisher,  John,  W.S.  17  York  place 
Fisher,  M.  wine  &  spirit  dealer^  479  Lawnm. 
Fisher,  Wm.  bootmaker,  11  Catharine  st. — ho. 

1  Windsor  street 
Fisher,  William,  wine  merchant  and  grocer,  17 

Home  street — house,  16 
Fisher,  Mrs,  oil  and  colour  shop,  43  Clerk  st. 
Fisher,  Mrs  J.  R.  teacher  of  wax-fruit  and 

flowers,  65  Hanover  street 
Fishery,  Board  of  British  White  Herring, 

Royal  Institution,  Mound 
Flanigan,  Mich,  pawnbroker,  142  Cowgate 
Fleming,  Alex.,  W.S.,  20  Lynedoch  place 
Fleming,  Archd.  15  Portland  place 
Fleming,  A.  3  High  Albany  street,  Leith 
Fleming,  A.  B.  &  Co.  printing-ink  manufac- 
turers,, 43  Salamander  street — house,  5  Mor- 
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Fleming,  Henry,  tailor  and    clothier,   Hill- 

housetield 
Fleming,  John,  D.D.  prof,  of  natural  science 

New  College,  Sea  Grove  house,  Leith 
Fleming,  T.  billiard- table  maker,  17  South  St 

James'  street 
Fleming,  Thomas,  gardener.  Dairy  lane 
Fleming,  Thos.  spirit  dealer,  6(j  West  port 
Fleming,  Wm.  8  Royal  crescent 
Fleming,  Mrs  Marg.  cook,  Deanhaugh  house 
Fleming,  Mrs  Robert,  13  Minto  street 
Fleming,  Mrs  Thomas,  34  Rankeillor  street 
Fleming,  Mrs,  midwife,  2  Glanville  place 
Fleming,  Mrs  J.  grocer,  Hillhousefield 
Fleming,  Mrs,  34  Albany  street 
Fleming,  Misses  M.  &  J.  milliners  and  dress- 
makers, 7  Brighton  street 
Fleming,  Misses,  ^6  Royal  cresceut 
Flemington,  James,  waiter,  140  Rose  street 
Fletcher  and  Hunter,  watchmakers,  31  Frede- 
rick street 
Fletcher,  Angus,  of  Dunans,  advocate,  5  Ainslie 

place 
Fletcher,  Peter,  globemaker  and  map  mounter, 

21  Clyde  street 
Fletcher,  Mrs,  13  Union  street 
Fletcher,  Mrs,  lodgings,  73  George  street 
Fiett,  James  {Customs),  4  Hope  terrace,  Leith 
Flett,  George,  tailor  and  clothier,  18  Sandport 

street,  Leith 
Flett,  Wm.  tea  dealer,  4  Bank  street — house, 

21  Albany  street,  Leith 
Flett,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  37  India  place 
Fleury  Jules,  consul  de  France,  17  Heriot  row 
Flint,  Mrs,  furrier,  25  North  bridge 
Flint,  Mrs  James,  provision  dealer,?  1  Kirkgate 
Flockhart  and  Calder,  live  stock  agents,  19 

Archibald  place 
Flockhart,  Henry,  live  stock  agent,  11  Gard- 
ner's crescent 
Flockhart,  W.  (Duncan,  F.  ^  Co.'),  Seaforth 

Cottage,  Trinity 
Flyn,  Miss,  3  Carlton  street 
Fogo,  Lieut.- Col.  R.A.  3  Manor  place 
Foggo,  Mrs,  lodgings,  11  Elder  street 
Foot,  Mrs  Jean,  fruiterer,  23  Green  market 
Foote,  John,  fruiterer  and   coach   hirer,   23 

Dundas  street 
Foote,  William,  13  Comely  green  place 
Forbes,  Alex,  bookbinder,  5  Milne's  court 
Forbes   &  Barton,  plumbers  and  gasfitters, 

1  Forrest  road 
■Forbes,  A.  builder,  &c.  3  W.  Newington  pi. 
Forbes,  Arthur,  W.S.  6  Rutland  street 
Forbes,  Charles,  bookseller,  1  Alva  street 
Forbes,  Charles,  Cannon  park 
Forbes,  David,  glass,  china,  and  lamp  ware- 
house, 7  St  Andrew  square 
Forbes,  Geo.  wine  merchant,  16  Howe  street 

— house,  5  Carlton  street 
Forbes,  James  D.  professor  of  natural  philo- 
sophy, 3  Park  place 
Forbes,  James,  spirit  dealer,  38  Jamaica  street 


Forbes,  Jas.  {Dalgleish  §  Forrest),l6  St  James' 

square 
Forbes,  James,  coach-hirer,  24  Pitt  street 
Forbes,  Jno.,  LL.D.  house  governor  and  chap- 
lain, Donaldson's  Hospital 
Forbes,  J.  H.  17  Ainslie  place 
Forbes,  Patrick,  8  Morrison  street 
Forbes,  Peter  &  Co.  wine  &  brandy  merchts. 

97  South  bridge 
Forbes,  Peter,  18  Ilart  street 
Forbes,  R.  &D.  spirit  merchts.  99  High  street 
Forbes,  Walter,   brassfounder  and   gasfitter, 

Swinton  row — house,  17  St  James'  square 
Forbes,  William,  advocate,  4  Shandwick  place 
Forbes,  William,  W.S.  of  Castleton,  19  Atholl 

crescent 
Forbes,  Mrs,  lodgings,  18  Lothian  street 
Forbes,  Mrs,  ladies'  sick-nurse,  15  Jamaica  st. 
Forbes,  Mrs,  14  Trinity  crescent 
Forbes,  Miss  Margt.  Deanbank  house 
Forbes,  Miss,  1 1  Archibald  place 
Ford,  Geo.  provision  dealer,  145,  205,  &  245 

High  street,  509  Lawnmarket — house,  22 

St  John  street 
Ford,  George,  grocer,  59  High  street 
Ford,  James,   wine   and   spirit  mercht.    184 

High  street  and  15  Kirkgate,  Leith — house, 

25  Haddington  place 
Ford,  Jas.  {W.  F.  &  Sons),  2  Anderson's  pi. 
Ford,  James,  spirit  dealer,  22  Cassells'  place 
Ford,   J.   &  E.  drapers    and    hosiers,   202 

Canongate 
Ford,  John,  flint  glass  manufr.  to  the  Queen, 
i      Holyrood  glass-works.  So.  back  of  Canon- 
gate,  and  58  No.  bridge — ho.  17  St  John  st. 
Ford,  Joseph,  mill  master.  Water  of  Leith    . 
Ford,  William,  34  Minto  street 
Ford,  William,  sen.  4  Cassells'  place 
Ford,  Wm.  &  Sons,  wholes,  grocers,  wine  and 

spirit  merchants,  102  Constitution  st. 
Ford,  Wm.  jun.  (  Wm.  F.and  Sons),  5Pilrig  st. 
Ford,  Miss,  lodgings,  18  Leopold  place 
Fordyce, G.  Dingwall,  advocate,  19  Rutland  st. 
Fordyce,  Wm.  city  missionary,  35  Home  street 
Forfar,  Robert,  architect,  20  Pitt  street 
Forgan,  David,  cabinetm  Jker,  Milne's  close,  2 1 2 

Canongate 
Forgan,  David,  engineer,  Middlefield  house 
j  Forgie,  John,  flesher,  3  IMiddle  market 
Forgie,  Robert,  cattle  agent,  106  Lauriston  pi. 
I  Forman,  James,  advocate,  54  Northumb.  st. 
j  Forman,  John  N.,  W.S.  8  Heriot  row 
j  Forman,  Mrs,  15  Dundas  street 
j  Forman,  Mrs,  5  West  Maitland  street 
Forrest,  Alexander,  smith,  1 10  Rose  Street 
Forrest,  Arthur,  Picceiver- General  Gtn.  Poi/- 

office — house,  7  Torphichen  street 
Forrest,  David,  11  Cheyne  street 
Forrest,  David,  accountant,  31  Howard  place 
Forrest,  Geo.  bootmaker,  96  Nicolson  street 
Forrest,  Jas.  gro.  &  spirit-deal.  Water  of  Leith 
Forrest,  J.  R.  (Bafgleish  Sf  F.)^  54  Geo.  sq. 
Forrest,  John,  13  Graham  street 


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Forrest,  John,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  115 

Cowgate 
Forrest,  Robt.  {R.  d;  F.),  S  Gt.  King  st. 
Forrest,  T.  smith  &  ironm.  13  St  Patrick  sq. 
Forrest,  William,  engraver,  17  Archibald  pi. 
Forrest,  Wm.  plasterer,  1 1  Bread  street 
Forrest,  Mrs  Janet,  grocer.  111  Causeyside 
Forrest,  Mrs  W.  H.  8  St  Vincent  street 
Forrest,  Sirs,  spirit-dealer,  38  Abbey  hill 
Forrest,  Mrs,  Cherry  bank 
Forrest,  Mrs  James  R.  31  Howard  place 
Forrestal,  John,  manager  for  Reikie  and  Co. 

66  High  street — house,  17  Duke  street 
Forrester,  Alexander,  baker,  31  Frederick  st. 
Forrester,  David,  Newington  acad.  8  Arniston 

place 
Forrester,  John,  W.S.  8  Drummond  place 
Forrester,  Wm.  lithographer,  letterpress  prin- 
ter,   and   engraver,    oQ    Hanover   street  — 

house,  121  Princes  street 
Forrester,  Mrs  Margt.  grocer,  10  Horse  wynd 
Forrester,  ]Mrs,  lodgings,  8  Jlackenzie  place 
Forrester,  Misses,  teachers  of  pianoforte  and 

singing,  56  Queen  street 
Forrester,  Miss  M.  32  Minto  street 
Forshaw,  Henry,  livery  stable,  Church  lane 
Forsyth,  Alex,  boot  and  shoemaker,  4  North 

Melville  place 
Forsyth,  Arthur, road- surveyor,  72  Broughton 
Forsyth,  D.  &  J.  booksellers  and  publishers, 

7  Brighton  st. — Samuel  Money,  agent 
Forsyth.  Ebenezer,  of  Edin.  News,  6  Hope 

park.  Meadows 
Forsyth,  Francis,  cooper,  36  W^faitfield  place. 

Leith  walk 
Forsyth,  Peter,  letter-carrier,  16  Allan  street 
Forsyth,  Robert,  11  King's  place 
Forsyth,  Robert,  tailor,  41  Bristo  street 
Forsyth,  Miss,  millin.  &  dressm.  85  George  st. 
Fortune,  John,  painter,  44  India  street 
Fortune,  Robert,  slater.  So.  Junction  street 
Fortune,  Robert,  bandage  and  artificial  leg 

maker,  15  Young  street 
Fortune,  Miss  Forbes,  22  London  street 
Foster,  Wm.  W^.  agent,  7  Leopold  place 
Fotheringham,  George   ( Customs),  2  Couper 

street 
Fotheringham,  Frederick,  15  Abercromby  pi. 
Fotheringham,  James,  baker,  8  Cannon  st. 
Fotheringham,  Mrs,  65  Crosscausey 
Fotheringham,  Mrs,  12  Clarence  street 
Foulis,  Lady,  124  Princes  street 
Foulis,  Robert,  M.D.  124  Princes  street 
Foulis,  Miss,  7  St  Vincent  street 
Fountain,  James,  wright,  Hillhousefield 
Fowler,  Alex,  painter,  paper-hanger,  &  glazier, 

12  Duncan  street,  Drummond  place 
Fowler,  Jas.  tailor  and  clothier,  50  Thistle  st. 
Fowler,  John,  boot  and  shoemaker  4  St  Patrick 

square 
Fowler,  William,  tailor  and  clothier,  66  Cum- 
berland street 
Fowler,  Mrs  Geo.  51  Broughton  street 


Fowler,  Miss  M.  dressmaker,  12  Duncan  st. 
Fox,  D.  B.  213  Canongate 
Fox,  M.  &  Co.  coal  merchts.  4  Canal  basin 
Foyer,  Jn.   French  satin  hat  raanuf.  10  South 

bridge — house,  Mayfield  loan 
Frame,  Lockhart,  bookbinder,  13  N.Bank  st. 

— house,  3  Melbourne  place 
Francalanza,T.  teacher  of  fencing,  59  S.  bridge, 

and  Gymnasium,  under  Music  ball,  George 

street. — See  Adv. 
Francks,    B.   foreign  commission  agent,  and 

optician,  1  Elm  row 
Francis,  David,  agent.  Grange  road 
Frankham,  Wm.  innkeeper,  Duddingston 
Fraserand  Anderson,  clothiers  to  her  Majesty, 

1  St  Andrew  square 
Fraser  &  Co.  booksellers,  agents  for  the  Irish 

National  .School  Books,  45  North  Hanover 

street 
Fraser,  Alexander,  glazier  and  dealer  in  win- 
dow glass,  34  Blair  street 
Fraser,  Alex,  wine  &  spt.  merch.  Albany  lane 
Fraser,  Alex.  (A^eil  Sf  Co.  Printers),  Caoon- 

mills  cottage 
Fraser,  Alexander,  1  Forbes  street 
Fraser,  Alex.  M.  {F.  4"  Anderson),  2  Clarence 

street 
Fraser,  Rev.  Alexander  C,  professor  of  logic 

and  metaphysics  New  College,  Churchhill, 

Morningside 
Fraser,  Alex,  hairdresser,  59  Rose  street 
Fraser,  Alex.  &  Co.  coal  merchants,  6^  Port 

Hopeton 
Fraser,  Alex,  builder,  Spittal  street — office,  65 

Xicolson  street 
Fraser,  Alexander,  shoemaker,  51  Bristo  st. 
Fraser,  Andrew,    tailor  and  Highland  dress 

maker,  16  South  bridge 
Fraser,  A.  G.  14  Henderson  row 
Fraser,  Charles,  pawnbroker,  170  High  st. 
Fraser,  David,  21  Nelson  street 
Fraser,  Donald,  2  Shakspeare  square 
Fraser,Donald,lateqr. -master,  20  Rankeillor  St. 
Fraser,  G.  boot-tree  and  last  maker,  10  Calton 
Fraser,    Hugh,  W.S.  35  Frederick   street- 
house,  4  Dundas  street 
Fraser,  Rev.  Hugh,  2  Grove  street 
Fraser,  James,  Edinburgh  and  Leith  carrier, 

15  Clyde  street 
Fraser,  James,  house  agent,  30  Nicolson  st.       ] 
Fraser,  J.  Mackay  (of  Regis.  Ho.),  Monro  pi.- 1 
Fraser,  John,  confectioner,  6  N.  St  Andrew  st. 
Fraser,  John,  soda  water  manufacturer,  103 

Rose  street 
Fraser,  John,  coach  hirer.  Regent  terrace  lane 
Fraser,  John,  spirit  dealer,  99  Causeyside 
Fraser,  John,  actuary,  manager  of  the  Life 

Association  of  Scotland^  2  Hanover  st. — ho. 

Churchhill  house,  Morningside 
Fraser,  John  C.  accountant.  Register  house 
Fraser,  J.  C,  accountant,  14  Warriston  crest. 
Fraser,  John,  general  agent  for  Scotland  for 

Morison's  vegt.  med.  71  Princes  street 


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Fraser,  John,  1  Scotland  street 
Eraser,  Murd.  spirit  dealer,  137  Fountainbr. 
JFraser,  Patrick,  advocate,  46  Northumd.  st. 
Fraser,  Patk.  N.  (^Neil  ^  Co.  printers)^  jCanon- 

mills  cottage 
Fraser,  P.  S.  45  North  Hanover  street 
Fraser,    Rev.    R.  W.    Croft-an-righ  house, 

Abbey  hill 
Fraser,  Robert,  dairy,  176  Rose  street 
Fraser,  Robert,  6  Saunders'  street 
Fraser,  Robert,  spirit  dealer,  5  Laurie  street 
Fraser,  R.  late  of  Newington,  18  Dublin  st. 
Fraser,  Simon,  co6per,  Lothian  road,  and  6 

Greenside  place 
Fraser,  William,  coach-hirer,  1  Forres  street 
Fraser,  William,  W.S.  and  master-extraordi- 
nary of  Chancery,  54  Castle  street 
Fraser,  Wm.  spirit  dealer,  Jock's  lodge 
Fraser,  Wm.  jun.,  W.S.  and  town-clerk,  Ca- 

nongate,  31  Princes  st. — ho.  42  Melville  st. 
Fraser,  Wm.  boot  &  shoemaker,  4  High  market 

street 
Fraser,  William  N.,  S.S.C,  and  Master  Ex- 
traordinary of  Chancery,  41  Albany  street 
Fraser,  William,  assistant  keeper  of  Register 

of  Sasines,  1 1  Forres  street 
Fraser,  Wm.  superintendent.  Night  Asylum, 

Old  Fishmarket  close 
Fraser,  Mrs  Agnes,  spirit  dealer,  Canonmills 
Fraser,  Mrs  Alex.  6  Walker  street 
Fraser,  Mrs  F.  23  Buccleuch  street 
Fraser,  Mrs  F.  spirit  merchant,  3  Junction 

street 
Fraser,  Mrs  J.  R.  31  Nelson  street 
Fraser,  Mrs  Jane,  grocer  and  spirit  merchant, 

22  South  James'  street 
Fraser,  Mrs  Robert,  7  St  Anthony  place 
Fraser,  Mrs  Wm.  Canonmills  cottage 
Fraser,  Mrs  Wm.  11  Portland  place,  Leith 
Fraser,  Mrs,  11  Duncan  street 
Fraser,  Mrs,  late  of  Fingask,  10  St  Bernard's 

crescent 
Fraser,  Mrs  Thomas,  glass  and  china  riveter, 

26  Ashley  buildings,  Netherbow 
Fraser,  Miss  Agnes,  23  Lauriston  street 
Fraser,  Miss  Janet,  5  Great  Stuart  street 
Fraser,  Miss,  3  Atholl  place 
Fraser,  Miss,  18  Leopold  place 
Fraser,  Misses,  I  Forres  street 
Fraser,  Misses,  milliners,  2  Warriston  place 
Frater,  William,  billiard  rooms,  17  South  St 

Andrew  street 
Frater,  Mrs,  dairy,  20  Yardheads 
French,  G.  T.  feather  artificial-flower  maker 

and  silk  dyer,  1 53  Rose  street 
French,  John,  D.D.  1  Craigie  terrace 
French,  John,  W.S.  6  Graham  street 
French,  John,  grocer  and  spirit  merchant,  27 

Bernard  street — ho.  129  Constitution  street 
Freer,  George,  29  Inverleith  row 
Friend,  John,  confectioner,  28  Lothian  street 
Friend,  Mrs  Sophia,  confectioner,  83  Brough- 

ton  street 


Friendly  Insurance  Co.  40  Princes  street 

Alexander  Allan  &  Co.  agents 
Friendly   Societies,  Registrar    of,    Thomas 

Cleghorn,  advocate,  26  Queen  street 
Frier,  James,  grocer,  27  Pleasance 
Frier,  John,  letter-carrier,  82  South  Bridge 
Frier,  Matthew,  baker,  5  St  Patrick  street — 

house,  32  St  Patrick  square 
Frier,   Robert,   draper,    314   Lawnmarket — 

house,  Ratcliffe  place 
Frier,  Mrs  William,  10  Brighton  street 
Froom,  Jonathan,  17  Preston  street 
Fruish,  James,  tailor,  1  Giles'  street 
Fryer  and  Thomson,  pianoforte   and   music- 
sellers,  7  South  St  Andrew  street 
Fryer,  Jn.  J.  {F.  ^-  Thomson),  33  London  st. 
Fullarton,  A.  &  Co.  printers,  stereotype  found- 
ers,   publishers,  and  booksellers.    Stead's 
place — agency,  44  South  bridge 
Fullarton,  Allan,  Rosemount,  Leith 
Fullarton,  Jn.  A.  (/^.  ^  Co.),  6  Abercromby  pi. 
Fullarton,  Mrs  Arch.,  Rosehall,  Dalkeith  road 
Fullarton,  Miss,  21  Heriot  row 
Fuller,  John,  6  East  Arthur  place 
Fuller,  Miss,  8  Great  Stuart  street 
Fullerton,  Alder,  &  Co.  gas  meter  manufacts., 

Abbey  Mount  works 
Fullerton,  And.  {F.,  Alder,  and  Co.),  3  Abbey 

Mount 
Fullerton,  Thomas,  builder,  Spittal  street 
Fullerton,  Miss,  9  Maitland  street 
Fulton  &  Duff, .  ham-curers  and  provision 

merchants,  96  West  bow 
Fulton,  Aw.  saddler,  cap  and  harness  maker, 

86  George  street — house,  14  Maitland  st. 
Fulton,  Francis,  jun.  commission  merchant, 

19  Bernard  street 
Fulton,  Francis,  3  Hope  street,  Leith  walk 
Fulton,  Hugh,  deputy  harbour-master,  Gran- 
ton  pier 
Fulton,  James,  rector  Edin,  Normal  School, 

Westerhall  villa.  Meadows 
Fulton,  John,  4  Fife  place 
Fulton,  John,  brewer,  80  Pleasance 
Furby,  M.  teacher  of  French,  1 6  S.  Charlotte 

street 
Fyall,  Mrs  Thos.,  Trafalgar  lane,  N.  Leith 
Fyfe,  Andrew,  S.S.C.  15  Leopold  place,  agent 
for    National    Mercantile   Life  Assurance 
and  Sun  Fire  OfBces 
Fyfe,  Thomas  N.  (^Customs),  Madeira  place 
Fyfe,  Mrs,  29  Saxe  Coburg  place 
Fyffe,  Mrs,  7  Albany  street 
FyfFe,  Mrs  Dr,  9  Warriston  crescent 
FyfFe,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  2  Mackenzie  place 

Gadois,  Frangois,  house  painter,  15  Picardy 

place — house,  15  Leopold  place 
Gaelic  School  Society,  committee  rooms  and 

depository,  6  York  place 
Gaff,  William,  superintendent,  Canal  works, 

15  St  Anthony's  place 
Gains,  Wm.  shipm.  5  N.  Junction  st.  Leith 


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Gairdner,  John,  M.D.  and  F.R.C.S.  52  North- 
umberland street 
Gairdner,  Wm.  T.,    M.D.   and   F.R.C.P.   52 

Northumberland  street 
Gairns,  John,  writing-master,  and  teacher  of 
arithmetic  and  book-keeping,  6  George  st. 
Gairns,  Mrs   and    Misses,   dressmakers   and 

milliners,  24  Castle  street 
Galbraith,  Colin,  writer,  2  Melville  street 
Galbraith,  Christopher,  wood  merchant,  Spit- 

tal  street — house,  1  Lothian  road 
Galbraith,  Mrs,  30  Castle  street 
Galbraith,  Miss  Mary,  dressmaker,  26  Fred- 
erick street 
Gall  and  Inglis,  booksellers  and  publishers, 

37  and  38  North  bridge 
Gall,  Jas.  (  G.  ^-  Inglis),  Myrtle  bank,  Trinity 
Gall,  Jas.  jun.  sculptor,  20  Gayfield  square 
Gallaway,  Alex,  shipmaster,  5  Coburg  st.  Leith 
Gallaway,  William  D.,  Bonnington  mount 
Galletly,  Alex.  1 1  Scotland  street 
Galletly,  John,  S.S.C.  31  London  street 
Galletly,  Mrs  William,  7  Salisbury  street 
Galli,  Chas.  gallery  of  arts,  1  Blenheim  place 
Gallie,  George,  cabinetmaker,  27  &  35  Kirk- 
gate 
Gallie,  Laird,  &  Co.  copper,  iron,  lead, and  tin- 
plate  merchants,  58  High    street,   and    96 
Constitution  street 
Gallie,  James  B.  37  Minto  street 
Gallie,  Mrs,  Duddingston 
Galloway,    David,  boot  and  shoemaker,  46 

Yardheads 
Galloway,  James,  collector  of  poor-rates,  pri- 
son-assessment, and  road-money,  59  Con- 
stitution street 
Galloway,  John,  shipmaster,  20  Shore 
Galloway,  Robert  T.  (  Cilyof  Glasgow  Bank), 

20  Pitt  street 
Galloway,  R.  S.  writer,  1  Salisbury  square 
Galloway,  Robert,  bookbinder,  John  Knox's 

house,  41  High  street 
Galloway,  Wm.  tailor  and  clothier,  3  Monta- 
gu street^ 
Galloway,  William,  30  Rutland  square 
Galloway,  William,  10  Rankeillor  street 
Galloway,  William,  tobacco  manufacturer,  32 

Victoria  street 
Galloway,  William,  china  merchant,  57  Tol- 

booth  wynd,  Leith 
Galloway,  Mrs  Janet,  lodgings,  1  BroMghton 

place 
Galloway,  Mrs,  10  Manor  place 
Galloway,  Misses,  dressmakers,  59  Kirkgate 
Game  Certificate  Office,  57  North  bridge 
Gammell,  Captain  James,  of  Ardiffery,  52  In- 

verleith  row 
Garden,  John,  tea  dealer,  10  Morningside 
Garden,  James  &  Son,  tailors,  150  High  st. 
Gardiner,  J.  advocate,  6  Pitt  street 
Gardiner,  John,  S.S.C.  27  York  place 
Gardiner,   William,  tailor  and  clothier.  Old 
Stamp  Office  close,  221  High  street 


Gardner,  Alex,  grocer,  wine  and  spirit  dealer, 

259  High  street — house,  7  Meadow  place 
Gardner,  Alex,  tailor,  &c.  187  High  street — 

house,  5  Portland  place 
Gardner,  Alex,  grocer,  6  Portland  place 
Gardner,  Alex,  corn  dealer,  13  New  street 
Gardner,  Andrew  A.  27  ISIontagu  street 
Gardner  and  Ainslie,  pharmaceutical  chemists, 

58  George  street 
Gardner,  George,  dealer  in  tea  and  fruit,  12 

Lothian  street 
Gardner,  James,  13  Torphichen  street 
Gardner,  James,  grocer,  225  High  st. — house, 

7  Meadow  place 
Gardner,  Rev.  James,  M.D.  and  A.M.  9  Ar- 

gyle  square 
Gardner,  John,  jun.  408  Castlehill 
Gardner,  John,  collector  for  charitable  insti- 
tutions, 408  Castle  hill 
Gardner,  Thos.  tea  mercht.  64  Frederick  st.  J 
Gardner,  Thos.  leather  mercht.  21  Giles'  st. 
Gardner,  W.  P.  {collector  H.  M.'s  Customs), 

Primrose  bank 
Gardner,  W.  C.  Glasgow  &  Manchester  ware- 
house, 140  Nicolson  street — house,  10  Dun- 
can street,  Newington 
Gardner,  Mrs  Jean,  lodgings,  23  Downie  place 
Gardner,  Mrs  Wm.  37  Constitution  st.  Leith 
Gardner,  Mrs,  13  Ann  street 
Gardner,  Margaret  &  Isabella,  milliners  and 

dressmakers,  23  Downie  place 
Gardner,  Miss  Eliz.  58  George  square 
Gardner,  Miss,  34  Wright's  houses 
Gardner,  Miss,  5  Scotland  street 
Gardner,  Misses,  95  Fountainbridge 
Gardner,  Miss,  millioer,  37  George  street 
Gardner,  Miss,  7  Meadow  place 
Garland,  J.  Ormond,  pawnbroker,  33  St  An- 
drew street,  Leith — house,  11  King's  place 
Garrow,  Geo.  Commercial  Bank  of  Scotland, 

Leith 
Garvie,  Andrew  {A.   Aikman  S;Co.),  2  Keir 

street 
Gavin,  Hector,  37  Montagu  street 
Gavin,  John,  mason,  40  Whitfield  place 
Gavin,  Peter  (  G.  ^-  Son),  15  Gayfield  square 
Gavin,  Peter  &  Son,  cordage  &  canvas  manuf. 
and  sail  makers,  12  Commercial  place,  and  : 
Bath  street 
Gavin,  Peter  J.  (^Dryden,G.  6;  Co.),  Jessfield 
Gavin,  Robert,  portrait-painter,   15  Gayfield 

square 
Gavin,   W.  S.  (P.  G.  ^  Son),  Cherrybank, 

Whale  brae 
Gavin,  Wm.  (  W.  <^  C.  G.),  Williamfield 
Gavin,   Wm.  shipmaster,  6   Madeira  street, 

Leith 
Gavin,  Wm.  Allan  (Allan  ^-  G.),  2  Bellevue 
terrace  , 

Gavin,  W.  and  C.  general  merchants,  11  Dockk 

place,  Leith 
Gavine,  John,  mason,  39  Whitfield  place 
Gay,  Robt.  fishmonger,  9  So.  College  street 


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Gaylor,  John,  2  Carlton  street 

Gaylor,   William,  writer,   3  Duncan    street, 

Drummond  place 
Gazette  Office,  13  North  Bank  street 
Geddes,  Adam  Gordon,  7  Henderson  row 
G^ddes,  James,  confectioner,  122  Nicolson  st. 
Geddes,  John,  mining  engineer,  16  Shandwick 

place 
Geddes,  John,  collector,  Granton  pier 
Geddes,  Colonel  John,  15  Salisbury  road 
Geddes,  Rod.  spirit  dealer,  141  Grassmarket 
Geddes,  Lieut.-Col.  Wm.,C.B.  52  George  sq. 
Geikie,  James  S.  ornamental  hair  manufac- 
turer and  perfumer  to  the  Queen,  35  North 

bridge — house,  6  Hope  park 
Geikie,  John,  10  Dublin  street 
G^llatly,  Jn.  engraver  &  lithographic  printer, 

26  Gtorge  st. — ho.  14  Scotland  street 
Gellatly,  Robert,  watch  and  clockmaker,  78 

Princes  street 
Gemble,  Mrs,  1  St  Vincent  street 
Gemmell,  ^Irs,  19  St  John  street 
General  Board  of  Prisons,  99  George  street 
General  Life  and  Fire  Assurance  Company, 

6  St  Andrew  sq — C.  Spence,  S.S.C.  agent 
General  Screw  Steam  Shipping  Company, 

17  South  St  David  st. — Wm.  Bowie,  agent 
General   Trade   Protection   Offices,    25   St 

James'  sq. — Wm.  Hill,  secretary 
Gentle,  Jas.,  W.S.  35  Queen  street — house,  36 
Gentle,  John  (G.P.-O.),  15  Parkside   street 
Gentle,  John,  teacher,  10  Nicolson  street 
Grentleman,  James,  merchant  and  shipowner, 

14  Elm  row — house,  13  Smith's  place 
Gentleman,  Mrs,  lodgings,  93  Princes  street 
George,  Mrs,  6  Alansfield  place 
Georgiades,  Sorties,  photographer,  75  Princes 

street — bouse,  56  India  street 
Ghimer,  Lewis,  artist,  140  Princes  street 
Gianetti,  Mrs,  37  Castle  street 
Gibb,  Alex,  builder,  4  Nottingham  place — 

house,  28  Greenside  street 
Gibb,  Alex,  umbrella  and  parasol  manufact. 

28  George  street — house,  10  Duncan  street 
Gibb,  A.{T.G.  and  Son).  11  Buccleuch  pi 
Gibb,  George,  boot  and  shoemaker,  10  Duke 

street,  Leith 
Gibb,  H.  M.,  Royal  Hotel,  53  Princes  street 
Gibb,  James,  4  Montgomery  street 
Gibb,  James,  grocer  and  provision  dealer,  2 

St  Patrick  street 
Gibb,  John,  mason,  9  Greenside  place 
Gibb,  John,  tailor,  4  Infirmary  street 
Gibb,  Thos.  (T.  G.  If  Son),  4  Buccleuch  pi. 
Gibb,  Thos.  &  Son,  commis.  agents,  8  Drum- 
mond street 
Gibb,  Thomas,  builder,  39  Home  street 
Gibb,  William   (Murray  ^  Gibb),  41   York 

place 
Gibb,  Mrs  Fulton,  13  Brown  street 
Gibb,  Miss,  dressmaker,  44  India  place 
Gibbon,  Alex,  of  Johnston,  55  York  place 
Gibbon,  Mrs  Alexander,  26  Pitt  street 
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Gibbs,  Helenus,  shoem.,  2  South  College  st. 

Gibson-Craig,  Dalziel,  &  Brodie,  W.S. 
5  Thistle  street 

Gibson  &  Hector,  W.S.  1  Northumberland  st. 

Gibson  and  Walker,  corn  merchants,  Lochria 
mills 

Gibson,  Adam,  Roqueville,  Whitehouse  gar- 
dens,  Morningside 

Gibson,  Alex,  builder,  Low  Broughton — 
house,  Broughton  park  cottage 

Gibson,  Alexander,  26  Buccleuch  place 

Gibson,  Andrew,  farmer.  Dean  park 

Gibson,  Arch,  accountant,  10  Maitland  st. 

Gibson,  David  L.  silk  mercer,  34  South  bridge 

Gibson,  Francis,  18  Leopold  place 

Gibson,  George  and  Co.  merchants,  5  Wet 
Docks 

Gibson,  George  (G.  G.  Sf  Co.),  13  Hermitage 
place,  Leith 

Gibson,  Geo.  civil  engineer,  5  Deanhaugh  st. 

Gibson,  George,  shawl  cleaner  and  agent,  25 
Scotland  street 

Gibson,  Henry  Gordon,  W.S.  (/.  and  H.  G. 
Gibson),  38  Moray  place 

Gibson,  Hugh,  teacher  of  music,  8  Downie  pi. 

Gibson,  Hugh  C.  plumber  and  lead  merchant, 
&c.  22  Dock  street — house,  7  Vanburgh  pi. 

Gibson,  James  &  Co.  dyers  and  scourers,  90 
Nicolson  St. 

Gibson,  James,  tobacconist,  149  Princes  st. 

Gibson,  John  and  Henry  Gordon,  W.S.  12 
Charlotte  street 

Gibson,  John,  jun.  W.S.  (J.  8r  H.  G.  Gibson), 
38  Moray  place 

Gibson,  John,  W.S.  53  Inverleith  row 

Gibson,  John,  Merchiston  Castle  Academy 

Gibson,  John,  tobacco  manufacturer,  499 
Lawnmarket 

Gibson,  John,  Tower  park  cottage.  Trinity 

Gibson,  Joseph,  agent.  West  of  England  In- 
surance Co.,  25  Gayfield  square 

Gibson,  Mungo  C.  13  Hermitage  place,  Leith 

Gibson,  P.  C.  surgeon,  6  Windsor  street 

Gibson,  Peter  F.  clerk,  13  E.  Adam  street 

Gibson,  Robert  and  Thomas,  bacon,  cheese, 
and  butter  merchants,  99  Princes  street 

Gibson,  Thomas,  dairy,  15  Gihnore  street 

Gibson,  William,  8  Inverleith  row 

Gibson,  Wm.  corn  merchant,  35  Lauriston  pi. 

Gibson,  William,  draper,  1  Lothian  street 

Gibson,  Wm.  painter  and  glazier,  8  Howe  st. 

Gibson,  W.  F.  {B.  L.  Co.'s  Bank),  agent  for 
the  Imp'tial  Insurance  Co,  24  Greenside  pi. 

Gibson,  William,  Museum  tavern,  42  Whit- 
field place 

Gibson,  William  Yule,  agent,  1  Pitt  street, 
Bonnington 

Gibson,  Mrs  Agnes,  50  Cumberland  street 

Gibson,  Mrs  Mitchell,  4  Queen's  pi.  Leith  wk. 

Gibson,  Mrs,  59  Frederick  street 

Gibson,  Mrs,  1  Scotland  street 

Gibson,  Mrs  &  Misses,  boarding-school,  Har- 
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Gibson,  Mrs,  lodgings,  29  Bristo  street 

Gibson,  Mrs,  6  Annfield,  Newhaven 

Gibson,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  73  Rose  street 

Gibson,  Mrs,  5  Buccleuch  place 

Gibson,  Miss,  8  AthoU  place 

Giflfbrd,  Adam,  advocate,  21  Dublin  street 

Gifford,   Alexander,   S.S.C.  and  N.P,   28  St 

Andrew  square 
Gifford,  James,  merchant,  105  South  bridge — 

house,  21  Dublin  street 
Gifford,  John  {National  Bank) ^  2  Sylvan  pi. 
Gilbert,  Jas.  &  Son,  tailors  &  habitmakers,  37 

North  bridge 
Gilbert,  James  ( G.  &^  Son),  2  Rankeillor  pi. 
Gilbert,  John,  pawnbroker,  40  Tolbooth  wynd, 

Leith — house,  6  London  Row 
Gilbert,  Peter,  spirit  dealer,  25  Cowgate 
Gilbert,  Robert,  grocer,  11  Yardbefid^,  Leith 
Gilbert,  William,  tobacconist,  28  Xicolson  st. 
Gilchrist,  George,  house  painter  and  glazier, 

9  Kirkgate,  Leith 

Gilchrist,  James,  carter,  17  Cable  wynd 
Gilchrist,  John,  grocer,  52  Giles'  street — ho. 

37  Cable  wynd 
Gilchrist,  John,  agency  oflBce,  28  India  st. 
Gilchrist,  J.  (G.P.-O.),  24  Middle  Arthur  pi. 
Gilchrist,  IMrs,  8  St  Colme  street 
Giles,  Mrs  James,  17  Scotland  street 
Gilfillan,  Henry  {Customs),  East  Hermitage, 

Leith 
Gilfillan,  J.  (G.  &)  Jackson),  104  Nicolson  st. 
Gilfillan  &  Jackson,  builders,  Castle  tt^rrace 
Gill,  Thos.  (Romanes  ^  Paterson),  49  York 

place 
Gillespie's  Hospital,  Wright's  houses — Geo. 

Meikle,  treas.  66  Grassmarket 
Gillespie  &  Cathcart,  commis.    agents,  8  and 

10  Timber  bush 

Gillespie,  Alex.,  M.D.  30  York  place 
Gillespie,  Alex,  tinsmith,  21  Frederick  street 
Gillespie,   Alexander,  gasfitter  &  smith,  62 

Broughton  street 
Gillespie,  Andrew  &  Co.  merchants,  20  West 

Nicolson  street — house,  11  Salisbury  road, 

Newington 
Gillespie  Brothers,  grain  merchants,  14  West 

Maitland  street 
Gillespie,  Gordon  J.  wine  &  spirit  merchant, 

14  and  15  Sandport  street 
Gillespie,  James,  accountant,  8  Hamilton  pi. 
Gillespie,  James  D.,  M.D.  30  York  place 
Gillespie,  John,  W.S.    53    Northumberland 

street 
Gillespie,  John,  5  Lothian  road 
Gillespie,  John,  grocer  and  wine  merchant, 

40  Howe  street 
Gillespie,  John,  M.D.  68  Constitution  street 
Gillespie,  INIichael,  contractor  and  causeway- 
layer,  23  East  Drumraond  street 
Gillespie,  P.  Bridge  place,  Bonnington 
Gillespie,      Thomas,     gasfitter     and    smith, 

Broughton  market 
Gillespie,  Wm.  68  Constitution  street 


Gillespie,  William  {Jas.  Bell  8f  Co.),  40  Al- 
bany street 
Gillespie,  William,  of  Torbanehili,  7  North 

St  David  street 
Gillespie,  Mrs,  millinery  and   straw  bonnet 

warehouse,  144  Princes  street 
Gillespie,  Mrs  Alexander,  umbrella  maker,  58 

Charlotte  street,  Leith 
Gillies  Brothers,  silk  mercers   &  drapers,  32 

George  street 
Gillies,  Robert  {of  G.  Brothers),  30  Frederick 

street 
Gillies,  Rev.  Francis,  17  Dean  Terrace 
Gillies,  Samuel  &  Son,  tailors  and  clothiers, 

2  Young  street 
Gillies,  Mrs,  16  York  place 
Gillis,  Right  Rev.  Bishop,  Greenhill 
Giilman,  Mrs,  9  West  Claremont  street 
Gillon,  David,  sack,   &c.    manufacturer,   38 

Grassmarket — house,  10  Graham  street 
Gillon,  John  &  Co.,  preserved  fresh  provision 

manufacturers,  3  Mitchell  street 
Gillon,  James,  spirit  dealer,  205  Cowgate 
Gillon,  John,  jun.  merchant,  Hillhouse  field 
Gillon,  Wm.  {Smail  and  Co.),  5  Fingal  place 
Gilmore,  Andrew   {National  Bank),  2  South 

Gray  street 
Gilmore,  Wm.  ropemaker,  56  Grassmarket 
Gilmore,  Mrs,  2  South  Gray  street 
Gilmour,  Hugh,   tea  &  coffee  dealer  and  gro- 
cer, 13  Leith  street 
Gilmour,  James,  cowfeeder,  49  Abbey  hill 
Gilmour,  Oliver,  tanr.  49  South  back  Canong. 
Gilmour,  Wm.  currier,  49  South  back  Canong. 
Gilmour,  Mrs  Marg.  lodgs.  3  Antigua  street    ■ 
Gilmo  r,  Mrs,  lodgings,  84  Great  King  street' 
Gilmour,  Mrs,  Mary  cottage.  Trinity 
Gilroy,  Robert,  lodgings,  23  Downie  place 
Gird  wood,  David,  victual  dealer,  9  Deanhaugh 

Girdwood,  Robert  (  W.  G.  ^-  Son),  7  Belle- 

vue  crescent 
Girdwood,  Robert,  wool  broker  and  agent,  2 

Bank  street 
Girdwood,  R.  G.  (  W.  G.  S^  Son),  7  Bellevue 

Crescent 
Girdwood,  Thos.  surveyor  &  land  valuator,  8 

Hill  place 
Girdwood,  Wm.  and  Son,  woollen  warehouse, 

2  Bank  street — house,  7  Bellevue  cres. 
Girdwood,   Miss   Mary,   matron,    Gillespie's 

Hospital 
Girle,  George  H.  tanner  &  currier,  125  High 

street — house,  5  St  John  street 
Given,  John,  vintner,  &  parcel  van  oflBce,  10 

Bernard  street,  Leith 
Given,  Robert,  coach  builder  and  coach  hirer, 

1  Rutland  place — ho.  14  Charlotte  street 
Gladstone,  Mrs,  4  Albany  street,  Leith 
Glas,  Mrs  Stirling,  2  Norton  place 
Glasgow  &  Greenock  Shipping  Office,  Dock 

Gates — D.  Smith,  agent 
Glasgow,  John,  victual  dealer,  173  West  port 


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Glasgow,  Wm.  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  106 

West  port 
Glass,  E.  printer,  44  South  bridge 
Glass,  Robert,   merchant,  Victoria  terrace — 

house,  17  Buccleuch  place 
Glass,  Wm.  painter  &  glazier,  7  East  Adam 

street 
Gleadhill,  Benjamin,  teacher  of  vocal  music, 

13  Dalrymple  place 
Glegg,  Capt.,  E.T.C.S.  8  Carlton  street 
Glegg,  James  (^Exchequer),  Blackford 
Glejig,    Robert   (^Exchequer),   Banner  place, 

Morningside 
Glen,  Alex,  bagpipe  maker,  30  St  Andrew 

sq  uare 
Glen,  Alexander  W.  A.  chemist  and  druggist, 

I  Earl  Grey  street 

Glen,  David,  broker,  186  Cowgate 

Glen,  Geo.  bootmaker,  33  Hanover  street — 
house,  8  Dundas  street 

Glen,  Geo.  musical  instru.  maker,  26Kirkgate 

Glen,  Rev.  John,  28  Buccleuch  place 

Glen,  John,  commission  agent,  13  Bernard 
street — ho.  7  Smith's  place 

Glen,  R.  &  J.  coal  merchants,  7  Port-Hamilton 

Glen,  Thos.  and  Sons,  coal  merchants,  5  Port- 
Hamilton — house,  12  Semple  street 

Glen,  Thomas,  musical  instrument  maker,  2 
North  Bank  street 

Glen,  Mrs  Capt.  1 1  Teviot  row 

Glen,  Mrs,  71  Clerk  street 

Glen,  Mrs,  112  Lauriston  place 

Glen,  Mrs  and  Misses,  milliners,  dress  and 
straw-hat  makers,  26  Kirkgate,  Leith 

Glen,  Miss,  22  Rutland  square 

Glendinning,  Robt.  coach  proprietor,  54  Ber- 
nard street,  Leith 

Glendinning,  Miss  Janet,  55  Cumberland 
street 

Gloag,  James,  LL.D.  teacher  of  mathematics, 

II  Duncan  street 

Gloag,  Peter,  writer,  6  Saunders'  street 
Gloag,  William  E.  advocate,  19  Queen  street 
Globe  Life  and  Fire  Insurance  Co.  London. 

— See  Adv.  for  Edinburgh  agents 
Globe  inn,  24  Sandport  street,  Leith 
Glover,  Geo.  surgeon,  23  Fettes  row 
Glover,  James,  painter,  and  dealer  in  paper- 
hangings,  47  London  st. — ho.  33 
Glover,  Rev.  Dr  (of  Greenside),  19  Howard 

place 
Glover,  Wm.,  W.S.  sheriff  clerk  depute,  18 

Charlotte  street — house,  1  Albany  st.  Leith 
Glover,  Miss,  Elizafield,  Bonnington 
Goalen,  David,  R.N.  2  Darling's  buildings 
Goalen,  Thomas  Wright,  8  Morton  st.  Leith 
Goalen,   Rev.    Waller  M.   Starbank  house. 

Trinity 
Godby,  Fred,  {General  Post- Office)— house, 

Spylaw  bank,  Slateford 
Goddard,  Wm.  M.  merchant  and  agent,  56 

Giles'  street,  Leith — house,  6  John's  place 
Goddard,  Miss,  2  John's  place,  Leith 


Goguel,  Wm.  Fleming,  cashier  Scot.  Equit' 

Life  Assuraiice  Society,  9  Salisbury  place 
Goguel,  Mrs,  9  Salisbury  place 
Goldie,  Archd.  W.,  W.S.  8  York  place 
Goldie,  George,  accountant,  2  West  Newing- 

ton  place 
Goldie,  Geo.  G.  commission  agent.  West  cot- 
tage, Wardie 
Goldie,  John,  59  Cumberland  street 
Goldie,  Robert,  shoemaker,  Newhaven 
Goldie,  William,  W.S.  34  Melville  street 
Goldie,  Mrs,  West  cottage,  Wardie 
Goldie,  Miss,  Seafield  baths,  Leith 
Goldsmiths'  Hall,  98  South  bridge 
Good,  Mrs  M.  provision  shop,  24  Raeburn  pi. 
Goodall,  John,  advocate,  24  Nelson  street 
Goodburn,  Mrs,  1  St  Vincent  st. 
Goodlet,  George,  postmaster,  7  John's  place, 

Leith 
Goodlet,  Wm.  lace  and  sewed  muslin  ware- 
house, 36  Hanover  street 
Goodlet,  Miss,  7  John's  place,  Leith 
Goodsir,  A.  secretary,  British  LinenCo.  36  St 

Andrew  square 
Goodsir,  Geo.  clothier,  outfitter,  &c.,  24  South 

bridge 
Goodsir,  John,  F.R.C.S.E.  professor  of  ana- 
tomy in  the  University,  16  Dean  terrace 
Goodsir,  Misses,  dressmakers,  1 1  Dundas  st. 
Goodsman,  Mrs  R.,  Golf  tavern,  27  Wright's 

houses 
Goody,   Wm.   hairdresser  and  perfumer,   1 

Forth  street 
Goody,  Mrs,  dressmaker,  1  Forth  street 
Goold,  Rev.  Wm.  H.,  D.D.  Rosemount  ho. 
Goold,  Mrs,  Rosemount  house 
Gordon,  Alexander,  teacher.  Water  of  Leith 
Gordon,  Alexander,  builder,  Buccleuch  pi. — 

house,  41  Leith  wynd 
Gordon,  Alfred  R.,  agent  and  ship  insurance 

broker,  2  Coatfield  lane 
Gordon,  Capt.  Chas.  20  Claremont  crescent 
Gordon,  Daniel,  slater  and  chimney  sweeper, 

1  Leggat's  land,  Stockbridge 
Gordon,  David,  M.D.  surgeon  32  Buccleuch 

place 
Gordon,  Major  Duncan,  16  Walker  street 
Gordon,  Ed.  Strathearn,  advocate,  2 Randolph 

crescent 
Gordon,  Francis  W.  L.  1  Clarendon  crescent 
Gordon,  Geo.  contractor  for  Caledonian  and 
E.  &  G.  Rail  ways — offices,  38  Candlemaker- 
row,    11  St  James'  place,  and  7  Bernard 
street 
Gordon,  George,  spirit  dealer,  1  Maitland  pi. 

Newhaven 
Gordon,  G,  Maitland,  20  AthoU  crescent 
Gordon,  James  F.,  W.S.  1  Nelson  street 
Gordon,  James,  writer,  1  Lauriston  terrace 
Gordon,  James,  9  Newington  place 
Gordon,  James  (7".    Constable  and  Co.),  3 

Thistle  court 
Gordon,  James,  sen.  artist,  11  Brandon  st. 


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Gordon^  James,  portrait  painter,  37   Brough- 

ton  place 
Gordon,  James,  Spanish  consul  and  agent,  2 

Coatfield  lane 
Gordon,  James,  jun.  artist,  37  Broughton  pi. 
Gordon,  John  Thomson,  sberiflF  of  Midlothian, 

sheriff  chambers,  county  buildings.  High  st. 

— house,  12  Royal  circus 
Gordon,  Sir  John  "Watson,  R.A.  President  of 

the  Royal    Scottish  Academy,  and  limner 

to  the  Queen  in  Scotland,  123  George  st. 
Gordon,  John,  21  East  Claremont  street 
Gordon,    John,  woollen    draper,    33    North 

bridge — house,  7  Middleby  street 
Gordon,  Lt-Col.  John,  of  Cluny,  4  St  Andrew 

square 
Gordon,  J.  chemist  &  druggist,  32  Bristo  st. 
Gordon,  Joseph  (  G.,  Stuart^  and  Chei/ne),  5 

Royal  terrace 
Gordon,  Richard,  accountant,  45  Northumber- 
land street 
Gordon,  Robert  {Bank  of  Scotland),  29  War- 

riston  crescent. 
Gordon,  Robert,  tobacco  manufr.   5   Heriot 

bridge — house,  23  Gilmore  place 
Gordon,    Robert  (^Muvro  ^  Drysdale),  23  St 

James'  square 
Gordon,  Robert,  painter  and  glazier,  32  Earl 

Grey  street 
Gordon,  Stuart,  &  Cheyne,  W.S.  5  Royal  ter. 
Gordon,  Wm.  builder,  5  Lothian  road 
Gordon,  Wm.  spirit  merchant,  39  Cowgate 
Gordon,  Wm.  tailor,  27  South  bridge 
Gordon,  Wm.  spirit  mercht.  3  South  College 

street 
Gordon,  William,  baker,  11  South  Richmond 

street 
Gordon,  Mrs  Catherine,  midwife  and  ladies' 

nurse,  3  Carnegie  street 
Gordon,  Mrs  Dr,  14  Northumberland  street 
Gordon,  Mrs  G.  1  Tarvet  st.  Home  st. 
Gordon,  Mrs  Harry,  2  Clarendon  crescent 
Gordon,  Mrs,  10  Eton  terrace 
Gordon,  Mrs,  31  Rutland  square 
Gordon,  Miss,  milliner  &  dressmaker,  6  Castle 

street 
Gordon,  Miss,  12  Nelson  street 
Gordon,  Miss,  23  Inverleith  row 
Gordon,  Miss,  4  Hope  street 
Gordon,  Misses,  13  Rankeillor  street 
Gordon,  Miss,  of  Carleton,  16  Royal  circus 
Gorhara,  Alex,  wholesale  coflFee  and  spice  mer- 
chant, 38  and  40  Earl  Grey  street 
Gorman,  Nath.  furniture  dealer,  239  Cowgate 

— house,  1.3  Hill  place 
Gorrie,  Mrs  Daniel,  18  Drummond  street 
Gorwood,  Richard,  spirit  dealer,  113  Rose  st. 
Goskirk,  Alex.  &  Son,  brokers,  70  Cowgate 
Goudie,  Gavin,  builder,  Leslie  pi. — house,  32 

Dundas  street 
Gough,   Owen,  in   charge   of  Her  Majesty's 

apartments    in    the    Lord    Chamberlain's 

department  at  Holyrood  Palace 


Gould,  John,  5  Upper  Dean  terrace 
Goulding,  James,  broker,  128  Cowgate 
Goulding,  Wm.  spirit  dealer,  206  Cowgate 
Gourlay,  James,  gardener,  Bruntsfield  house 
Gourlay,  Mrs,  3  Duncan  street,  Leith 
Gourlay,  Mrs,  37  Inverleith  row 
Govan,  Alexander,  3  West  Preston  street 
Govan,  John,  W.S.  13  Walker  street 
Government  Emigration  office,  17  South  St 
David  St. — Wm.  Bowie,  agent  to  Her  Ma- 
jesty's Emigration  Commissioners 
Governesses'  Institution,  17  Elder  street 
Gow,  a.  wine  and  spirit  mercht.  23  Howe  st. 
Gow,  Donald,  1  India  street 
Gow,  Forbes,  tailor,  429  High  street 
Gow,  James,  paper  ruler  and  bookbinder,  13 

Blair  street 
Gow,  Jas.  dealer  in  metals,  Easter  road 
Gow,  John,  14  Cumberland  street 
Gow,  Wm.  turner  &  print-cutter,  63  George  st. 
Gow,  Mrs,  lodgings,  42  Albany  street 
Gowan,  Alex.  {Graham S^  Gowans),  32  Dun- 
das street 
Gowan,  Chas.  baker  &  confectioner,  4  Union 

place — house,  6 
Gowan,  George  (  G.  P.-  O.),  5  Pitt  street 
Gowan,  Mrs,  3  Pitt  street 
Gowanlock,  Robert  ho^^ier  and  stay  manufac- 
turer, 41  West  Nicolson  street 
Gowanlock,  Walter,  flesher,  43  West  Nicol- 
son street 
Gowans,   James,  builder  and   contractor,  1 

Randolph  cliff 
Gowans,  Mrs  Jane,  merchant,  21   Brown  sq. 
Gowans,  Mrs  Thomas,  2  Ratcliffe  terrace 
Grady,  John,  messenger- at- arms  and  sheriflT- 

officer,  5  St  James'  square 
Graeme,  Miss,  18  Heriot  row 
Graham  and  Gowans,  silk  raer.  11  George  st. 
Graham,  A.  cowfeeder  &  dairy,  I  Scotland  st. 
Graham,  Andrew,  tea,  wine,  and  spirit  dealer, 

70  Bristo  street 
Graham,  Andrew,  spirit  dealer,  48  Yardheads 
Graham,  David,  spirit  dealer,  5  Holyrood  st. 
Graham,    David    {Storrar  Sf    Graham),    50 

Nicolson  street 
Graham,  George  F.  31  Gilmore  place 
Graham,  George  S.  4  East  Broughton  place 
Graham,  George,  printer  and  bookbinder,  31 

Nicolson  street 
Graham,  Gilbert,  head  master.  Normal  School, 

Moray  House,  14  West  Preston  street 

Graham,    Humphrey,    W.S.,   chambers,    11 

Shandwick  place — house,  14  Atholl  crescent 

Graham,  Jas.  Gillespie,  architect,  15  Castle  st. 

Graham,  James  (G.  and  Gowans),  12  Antigua 

street 
Graham,  James,  boot  and  shoemaker,  18  Ca- 
therine street 
Graham,  James,  hosier  and  shirtmaker,   179 

High  street — house,  13  Blair  street 
Graham,  Colonel  John,  H.E.I.C.S.,  7  Royal 
terrace 


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Graham,   John,   governor    and    treasurer  of 

House  of  Refuge,  68  Canongate 
Graham,  J.  pianoforte-tuner,  17  Fettes  row 
Graham,  Jos.  draper,  15  Union  place 
Graham,  Patrick,  W.S.  14  Royal  crescent 
Graham,  Robert  M.  merchant,  14  Pitt  street 
Graham,  Robt.  {Siinpson  ^  G,),  1 1  India  st. 
Graham,  Robert,  advocate,  18  Heriot  row 
Graham,  Robt.  groctr,  16  West  port 
Graham,   Thomas,   painter   and   glazier,    17 

Queensferry  st. — ho.  29  Alva  street 
Graham,  T.  corn  mercht.  26  SheriflFbrae 
Graham,  Thos.  slater  &  glazier,  150  and  152 

Rose  (street 
Graham,  Walter,  Merchiston  lodge 
Graham,  Rev.  Wm.  2  Laverock  bank,  Trinity 
Graham,  Dr  Wm.  teacher  of  elocution  (iVawa/ 

and  Mili.  Acud.),  private  class-rooms,  78 

Queen  street — house,  6  Ann  street 
Graham,  Wm.  &  Co.  working  jewellers,  &c. 

139  George  Street 
Graham,  Wm.  builder,  Morningside 
Graham,  Wm.  hotel  keeper,  8  Princes  st. 
Graham,  Mrs,  1  Leslie  place 
Graham,  Mrs,  13  Young  street 
Graham,   Mrs    Dr  William,  Duncan    street, 

— house,  Newiiigton 
Graham,  Mrs,  26  Stafford  street 
Graham,  JMrs,  9  Malta  terrace 
Graham,  Mrs,  10  Dublin  street 
Graham,  Mrs  Wm.  76  Constitution  street 
Graham,    Miss    Stirling,    of   Duntrune,   29 

Forth  street 
Graham,  Misses,  Duddingston 
Graham,  Jlisses,  teacher  of  pianoforte,  5  Dun- 
das  street 
Grahams,  Barron,  of  Morphie,  30  George  sq. 
Grahame,  James,  writer,  29  Ann  street 
Grahame,  John,  advocate,  11  Rutland  street 
Granger,  Mrs,  of  Craigpark,  12  AthoU  crest. 
Grandison,  James,  shoemaktr,  125  Pleasance 
Grandison,  W.  linen  manufacturer,  Binnie's 

close 
Grandison,  William,  punch-cutter,  St  Ann's 

lodge,  Croft-an-righ 
Grant  and  Gibson,  lath-splitters.  Spittle  st. 
Grant  &  Ross,  cabinetmakers  and  upholsterers, 

15  Greenside  place 
Giant  and  Wallace,  W.S.  30  Drummond  pi. 
Grant,  Adam,  writer,  18  Brunswick  street 
Giant,  Alexander,  macer,  3  West  Newington 
Grant,  Alex.,  dairy,  40  Whitfield  place 
Grant,  Alex,  general  agent,  14  Clyde  street 
Grant,  Archd.  writer,  Comely  bank  villas 
Grant,  D.  {M'Millan  &f  G.),  37  York  place 
Grant,  D.  14  Canning  place 
Grant,   D.  agent  for  G.  Virtue,  publisher,  11 

Lothian  street 
Grant,  D.  S.  (R.  Brotchie  ^  Co.),  Claremont 

cottage,  Leith 
Grant,  Daniel,  tailor,  7  James's  court 
Grant,  Geo.  lodgings,  11  No.  Melville  place 
Grant,  George  S.  9  Bristo  place 


Grant,  Rev.  Dr  James  (i>t  Mark's),  1 1  Nor- 
thumberland street 

Grant,Jas.D.  tailor  &  clothier,  16  So.  bridge — 
house,  3  Lauriston  place 

Giant,  J.  S.  druggist,  24  N.  W.  Circus  pi. — 
ho.  6  Brunswick  street 

Grant,  James,  superintendent  of  Leith  police, 
18  Charlotte  St. — hous*-,  28  Constitution  st. 

Grant,  James,  47  Great  King  street 

Grant,  John,  35  Broughton  place 

Graat,  John,  confectioner,  52  Shore — bouse, 
45  Tolbooth  wyud,  Leith 

Grant,  John,  spirit  merchant,  1  Bridge  street 

Grant,  John,  Royal  Exchange  Coffee  house 

Grant,  Capt.  John,  47  Great  King  street 

Grant,  Joseph,  W.S.  (G. 6f  Wallace),30  Drum- 
mond place 

Grant,  Lachlan,  hotel  keeper,  154  Rose  street 

Grant,  Maximilian,  Morrison  pi.  Jock's  Lodge 

Grant,  Rev.  Peter,  17  Brown  square 

Grant,  Robert,  spirit  dealer,  10  Greenside  row 
— house,  1  East  Gilchiist  entry 

Grant,  Robert  &  Son,  booksellers,  publishers, 
and  stationers,  and  agents  to  the  Society 
for  Promoting  Christian  Knowledge,  54 
Princes  street 

Grant,  R.  wine  &  spirit  mer.  52  London  st. 

Grant,  Robert,  sen.  (R.  G.  ^  Sofi),  Forth- 
field  cottage,  Trinity 

Grant,  Robt.  jun.  {R.  G.  §•  Son),  14  Scotland  st. 

Grant,  Thomas,  printer  and  publisher,  21 
George  street 

Grant,  T.  Macpherson  {Shephard,  Grant,  Sf 
Cuthbeitson),  15  Moray  place 

Grant,  Thomas,  actuary.  Savings'  Bank,  19 
Broughton  place 

Grant,  William,  printer,  Wright's  houses, 
Bruntsfield  links 

Grant,  Wm.  spirit  merchant,  177  High  st. 

Grant,  William,  writer,  35  Broughton  place 

Grant,  Dow.  Lady  M'Pherson,  15  Moray  pi. 

Grant,  Mrs  Jane,  41  York  place 

Grant,  Mrs,  3  Maitland  street 

Grant,  Mrs,  24  Cumberland  street 

Grant,  Mrs  Ann,  Villa,  Grove  street 

Grant,  Mrs,  16  Scotland  street 

Grant,  Miss,  24  St  Patrick  square 

Grant,  Miss,  19  Broughton  place 

Grant,  Miss,  2  Eastfield,  Leith 

Grant,  INIiss  Christina  B.  Bathfield  cott.  Leith 

Gravett,  Jas.  butcher,  52  N,  Hanover  street 

Gray,  Alex.  F.  chemist  and  druggist,  5  Spring 
gardens 

Gray,  Alexander  D.  (Jale  Wm.  Milne  and  Co.) 
bootmaker,  100  George  street — house,  33 
Dundas  street 

Gray,  Alex,  furnishing  ironmong.  3  St  Patrick 
square 

Gray,  Alex,  wright  and  undertaker,  9  Dock  st. 
Leith 

Gray,  Alexander,  dealer  in  old  iron,  70  St 
Leonard  street 

Gray,  Alexander,  2  Filrig  place 


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Gray,  Andrew,  agent  for  John  Wauchope,  St 

Leonard's  depot. — See  Adv. 
Gray,  Aw.  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  27  Tobago 

street 
Gray,  Andrew,  cork  manufacturer,  72  Tol- 

booth  wynd,  Leith 
Gray,  Andrew,  coal  agent,  169  Fountainbridge 
Gray,  Arthur  &  Co.  booksellers  and  station- 
ers, 4  Baker's  place 
Gray,  Chas.  watch  and  clockmaker,  14  Bank  st. 
Gray,  Charles,  1  Hill  square 
Gray,  Daniel,  house  painter,  38  Howe  street 
Gray,  Eneas,  doorkeeper  Court  of  Session,  5 

Hay's  court 
Gray,  Geo.  hatter,  136  Kirkgate 
Gray,  James  (G.  P.-O.),  3  Montagu  street 
Gray,  .James,  jun.  (G.  §*  Son,  bootmakers),  1 

Pilris;  place 
Gray,  James  {of  A.  G.  ^  Co.),  4  Morton  st. 
Gray,  James,  124  George  street 
Gray,  James,  hosier,  6  Nelson  street 
Gray,  James  &  Son,  bootmakers,  7  Catharine 

street — house,  1  Pilrig  place 
Gray,  James  &  Sons,  ftirnishing  ironmongers, 

and  stove  and  grate  makers  to  her  Majesty, 

85  George  street 
Gray,  James  &  Son,  wholesale  wine  and  spirit 

merchants,  19  I.othian  street 
Gray,  James,  2  Hope  park 
Gray,  James,  victual  dealer,  71  Giles' st.  Leith 
Gray,  Jn.  (of  Gray  S,'  Son),  5  Gilmore  place 
Gray,  John,  bookbinder  and  stationer,  3  East 

Assembly    lane.    Rose    street — house,    11 

Hanover  street 
Gray,  John,  grocer,  53  Broughton  street 
Gray,  .1.  &  J.  proprietors  and  publishers  of 

North  Brit.  Advertiser,  8  Melbourne  place 
Gray,  John,  manager  of  the  North  British 

Advertiser,  11  Inverleith  row 
Gray,  John,    ladies'  shoe   manufacturer  and 

umbrella  maker,  73  George  st. — house,  37 
Gray,  John,  surgeon,  8  Annandale  street 
Gray,  John,  manufacturer,  2  Craigie  terrace 
Gray,  .John,  spirit  dealer,  16  Leven  street 
Gray,  John  W.  saddler,  58  Grassmarket 
Gray,  John,  dairy,  10  North  Melville  place 
Gray,  Matthew,  victual  dealer,  329  Canongate 
Gray,  Matthew,  smith  and  projecting  letter- 
maker,  Horse  wynd 
Gray,   Robert,    oil  and   colour   merchant,    9 

Carnegie  street 
Gray,  Robert,  china  mer.  21  W.  Nicolson  st. 
Gray,  Robert,  grocer  and  wine  merchant,  and 

tea  and  coffee  dealer,  1  Argyle  square 
Gray,    Thomas,   baker    and   confectioner,   2 

Bristo  port 
Gray,  Thomas,  flesher,  8  East  Register  street 
Gray,  Thomas,  victual  dealer,  286  Canongate 
Gray,  Thomas,  spirit  dealer,  56  Kirkgate 
Gray,  William,  flfsher,  13  Romilly  place 
Gray,  William  &  Co.   bone   crushers.    Sala- 
mander street,  Leith 
Gray,  Rev.  W.  H.  23  Minto  street 


Gray,  Wm.  hosier  and  glover,  30  South  bridge 

— house,  2  West  Lauriston  place 
Gray,  Wm.  &  Son,  saddlers,  18  Hanover  st. 
Gray,  William,  Willow  bank,  Newhaven 
Gray,  Wm.  coal  agent,  8  Roxburgh  street 
Gray,  William,  hatter,  29  South  bridge 
Gray,  Wm.  A.  surgeon  &  druggist,  17  Bristo 

street 
Gray,  Wm.  accountant,  32  Broughton  place 
Gray,  Dowager  Lady,  Warriston  house 
Gray,  Mrs  George,  24  Clerk  street 
Gray,  Mrs  James,  2  Regent  terrace 
Gray,  Mrs  Robert,  2  West  Lauriston  place 
Gray,  Mrs,  136  George  street 
Gray,  Mrs,  lodgings,  27  Castle  street 
Gray,  Mrs,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  15  King 

street,  Leith 
Gray,  Mrs,  Church  lane,  Morningside 
Gray,  Mrs,  midwife,  49  Kirkgate 
Gray,  Miss,  of  Carse,  4  St  Bernard's  crescent 
Gray,  Miss,  16  Archibald  place 
Gray,  Miss,  3  West  Arthur  place 
Gray,  Misses,  30  Royal  circus 
Gray,  Miss  Margaret,  23  Archibald  place 
Great  Britain  and  India  and  London  Life 
Assurance    Co.  —  John   A.    Macrae,   W.S. 
agent,  14  Gloucester  place 
Great  Seal  Office,  Register  house — Earl  of 
Home,  keeper  ;    John  Gibson,  jun.  W.S. 
depute ;  F.  W.  Gordon,  substitute 
Greathead,    Henry,  turnery,  toy,  and  fancy 

bazaar,  25  South  bridge 
Greathead,  Miss,  straw-hat  maker,  78  Nicol- 
son street 
Green,  Charles,  macer,  102  Causeyside 
Green,  Charles,  agent  for  the  Patent  Portland 

Cement,  25  Commercial  place,  Leith 
Green,  George,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  35 

Commercial  pi.  and  1  Admiralty  st.  Leith 
Green,  .James  M'Innes,  deputy  purveyor  for 

military  hospitals,  8  Annandale  street 
Green,  John  M.  teacher  of  writing,  arithmetic, 

and  book-keeping,  37  George  street 
Green,  Mrs,  26  Dundas  street 
Greenaway,    James,    grocer   and    wine   mer- 
chant, 33  Elder  street 
Greenfield,  James,  grocer,  7  Canning  place 
Greenfield,  James,  9  East  Claremoat  street 
Greenhill,  James,  manager,  Clydesdale  Bank., 

10  George  square 
Greenhill,  John,  stationer,  10  Bank  street 
Greenlaw,  .Jo!)n,  Whitfield  cottage,  Leith  walk 
Greenoak,  Robert,  bootmaker,  42  Leith  street 

— house,  7  Bellevue  terrace 
Greenslade,  Mrs  Williamina,  milliner  &  straw- 
hat  maker,  5  East  Register  street 
Gregg,  John,  Kirkbank  villa,  Morningside 
Gregor,  D.  Clunie  {Colonial  Assurance  Office) 

— house,  7  George  street 
Gregor,  .John,  writer,  East  Fowderhall 
Gregor,  W.  A.  warehouseman,  10  Arniston  pi. 
Gregorson,  Mrs,  39  Inverleith  row 
Gregory,  John,  advocate,  Canaan  lodge 


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Gregory,  William,  professor  of  chemistry,  114 

Princes  street 
Gregory,  Miss,  22  Elder  street 
Greig,  Alexander,  writer,  14  Leven  street 
Greig,  Andrew,  29  Gayfield  square 
Greig,  Andrew,  Chain   Pier   inn,   and   office 

{Box),  North  Bridge 
Greig,  Benjamin,  6  Pitt  street 
Greig,  D  &  J.  printing  press  and  steel  plate 

manufacturers,  smiths,  and  machine  makers, 

Lothian  road 
Greig,  Daniel,  boot  maker,  36  Lothian  street 
Greig,  David,  smith,  22  Buccleuch  street 
Greig,  David  (Z>.  J.  S^  G),  St  Cuthbert's  glebe 
Greig,  George,  W.S.  11  Queen  street — house, 

9  Abercromby  place 
Greig,  George  M.  artist,  and  teacher  of  draw 

ing  and  painting,  10  South  Charlotte  street 
Greig,  James,  of  Eccles,  W.S.  9  Abercromby 

place 
Greig,  James,  14  Minto  street 
Greig,  James,  china  warehouse,  1  and  2  JjOW 

market  street 
Greig,  Jas.  boot  and  shoe  maker,  46  Bristo  st. 
Greig,  John,  baker,  7  Tol booth  wynd,  Leith — 

house,  59  Constitution  street 
Greig,   John  {Jas.    Dickson  and   Sons),    134 

George  street 
Greig,  John  &  Son,  booksellers  and  publishers, 

2  Melbourne  place 
Greig,  John  Rutherford,  of  Lethangie,  12  Re- 
gent terrace 
Greig,  John  &  Son,  printers,  433  Lawnmarket 

— house,  15  Graham  street 
Greig,  John  {D.  ^  J.  G.),  2  Lothian  road 
Greig,  John  &  Son,  coach  lace  manuf.World's- 

end  close 
Greig,  John,  shipmaster,  14  Albany  st.  Leith 
Greig,  Peter  M.  {of  Jas.  Dickson  and  Sons), 

134  George  street 
Greig,  Robt.  Vice-Pres.  ( G.P.-O.),  6  Pilrig  st. 
Greig,  Wm.  smith,  156  Rose  street — ho.  166 
Greig,  William,  10  AthoU  place 
Greig,  William,  baker,  2  Jamaica  street 
Greig,  Mrs,  6  Brunswick  street 
Greig,  Mrs,  of  West  Cambus,  134  George  st. 
Greig,  Mrs,  117  George  street 
Greliche,  A.  hotel,  lOO  Princes  street 
Gresham  Life  Assurance  Society,  16  Dundas 

street — H.  J.  Rollo,  W.S.  agent 
Greville,  Robert  K.,  LL.D.  33  George  square 
Grey  &  Son,  veterinary  surgeons  to  the  Royal 

Cal.  Hunt,  31  Pleasance,  and  119  Rosest. 
Grey,  Alexander  (  G.  Sf  Son),  5  Roxburgh  st. 
Grey,  Alex.  jun.  (G.  ^  Son),  31  Pleasance 
Grey,  Rev.  Dr  Henry,  5  East  Claremont  st. 
Griener,  Charles,  German  clock  maker,  178 

CanoDgate 
Grierson,  Andrew,  W.S.  15  St  Andrew  square 
Grierson,  John  S.  smith,  Broughton  market — 

house,  34  London  street 
Grierson,    Robt.  jeweller  &   silversmith,   36 

Leith  street — house,  38  Rankeillor  street 


Grierson,  Samuel,  20  Heriot  place 
Grierson,  Mrs  Rohert,  11  Keir  street 
Grierson,  Miss  E.  40  Broughton  street 
Grieve  and  Oliver,  hatters  to  the  Queen,  19 

Princes  street 
Grieve,    Andrew    (Henderson   4'    Bissei),    i 

Dewar  place 
Grieve,  David,  joiner,  2  Keir  street 
Grieve,  Gideon,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  87 

Rose  street 
Grieve,  James,  ladies'  and  gentlemen's  outfit- 
ting warehouse,  9  North  bridge — house,  27 

Salisbury  street 
Grieve,  James,  grocer   and  spirit  dealer,  28 

Clerk  street 
Grieve,  James,  plasterer,  40  St  Cuthbert  st. 

— house,  49  Thistle  street 
Grieve,  John,  agent,  Eastfield  court 
Grieve,  John  {Nat.  Bank),  28  Brunswick  st. 
Grieve,   John,  tavern  keeper,  3  Veal  market 

stairs.  North  bridge 
Grieve,  John,  spirit  dealer,  68  Thistle  street 
Grieve,  John,  Preston   Collieries   and  Bank 

Park  Fire  Clay  Works — office.  Low  CaitoQ 
Grieve,  John,  letter-carrier,  177  Pleasance 
Grieve,    Robt.  spirit  merchant,  Bank  street, 

Leith 
Grieve,  Robt.  &  Co.  furniture  printers,  damask, 

moreen,  carpet,  paper  hanging,  and  bedding 

warehouse,  83  George  street 
Grieve,  Robt.  coach  currier,  patent  leather  & 

oil-cloth    manufacturer,    599  Castle-hill — 

house,  10  Lauriston  lane 
Grieve,  R.  S.  {R.  G.  ^  Co.),  Blacket  place 
Grieve,  Wm.  wright,  23  Bernard  street 
Grieve,  Wm.  carter.  Upper  Dean  street 
Grieve,  Wm.  {lunes  4r  G.),  Biacket  place 
Grieve,  Mrs  James,  22  Abercromby  place 
Grieve,  Mrs  Dr,  26  Dundas  street 
Grieve,  Mrs,  17  London  street 
Grieve,  Mrs  John,  grocer,  115  Pleasance 
Grieve,  Mrs  W.  11  Bennington  place 
Grieve,  Miss,  25  Charlotte  street,  Leith 
Grieve,  Miss  Helen,  48  Lothian  street 
Grieve,  Miss  Margaret,  Newington  cottage 
Grieve,  Miss,  teacher  of  music,  4  North  St 

David  street 
Grieve,    Misses,  dressmakers,    40    Frederick 

street 
Griffith,   James,    accountant,  30  St  James' 

square 
Griffith,  Mrs,  30  St  James'  square 
Griffin,  Joseph,  clothes  commission  agent,  21 

Blair  street 
Grindlay,  Cowan,  &  Co.  corn-factors,  4  Ber- 
nard street,  Leith 
Grindlay,  John,  tanner,  39  Gilmore  place 
Grindlay,  Thomas,  26  Royal  circus 
Grindlay,  Mrs,  Grange  loan 
Grindlay,  Mrs,  26  Royal  circus 
Grindlay,  Mrs,  lodgings,  7  Hill  place 
Grinly,  Miss,  2  Queen's  place,  Leith  walk 
Grinton,  Geo.  draper,  2  Shimdwick  place 


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Grinton,  James,  silk  mercer,  52  South  bridge 

— Louse,  18  Nicolson  street 
Grinton,  Wm.  draper,  39  Lothian  street — ho. 

41  Lothian  street 
Griveson,  Mrs  Ralph,  dairy,  20  Heriot  place 
Groat,  Alex.  G.  advocate,  12  Hart  street 
Grogan,  William,  10  West  Claremont  street 
Grosart,  William,  1  Morrison  place,  Piershill 
Grosset,  James,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  1 

Lauriston  street 
Groucock,  Copestake,  Moore,  and  Co.,   lace 

manufacturers,  46  North  Hanover  street 
Grubb,  J.  S.  music-seller,  1  Gayfield  place 
Guardian  Fire  and  Life  Assurance  Co.  74 

Queen  street — James   Wilkie,  accountant, 

agent. — See  Adv. 
Guild,  Mrs,  31  Scotland  street 
Guild,  Mrs  John,  12  Raeburn  place 
Guillerez,  A.  F.,  F.E.I.S.,  teacher  of  French, 

139  George  street 
Gulland  &  Gray,  hosiers,  glovers,  shirt  mer- 
chants,   and   ladies'    outfitters,   23    South 

Hanover  street 
Gulland,  Andw.   corn    dealer,   20   Greenside 

street — ho.  21  Broughton  street 
Gulland,   Mrs  Geo.  baker  and  confectioner, 

158  High  street 
Gulland,  Mrs,  7  St  John  street 
Gundlach,    Henry,    teacher   of    German,  53 

George  street 
Gunn,  Alex,  shipmaster,  4  Hope  terrace 
Gunn,   Alex,  watchmaker  and  jeweller,    10 

Leith  street 
Gunn,  Alex,  bookseller,  35  Parkside  street 
Gunn,  Alex,  spirit  dealer,  12  Yardheads 
Gunn,  Daniel,  builder,  3  West  Preston  street 
Gunn,  Daniel,  clothier  and  cap  manufacturer, 

6  and  8  High  street 
Gunn,    George,  sub- editor,   Courant,  22  St 

Patrick  square 
Gunn,  James,  copper,  zinc,  and  patent  metal 

agent,  80  Shore,  Leith 
Gunn,  James  C.  civil  engineer,  6  Picardy  pi. 
Gunn,  John,  boot  and  shoe  maker,  19  West 

Register  street 
Gunn,  John,  bookbinder,  13  Georgestreet — 

house,  4  St  Patrick  square 
Gunn,  Peter,  painter,  paper-hanger,  and  gla- 
zier, 3  Calton  street — ho.  4  Calton  hill 
Gunn,  Robt.  bootand  shoemaker, 2  Bedford  st. 
Gunn,  Robert,   solicitor  and  accountant,  53 

Charlotte  street,  Leith 
Gunn,  William,  spirit  dealer,  60  Shore,  Leith 
Gunn,  William,  tavern,  24  FItshmarket  close 
Gunn,  Mrs  Don.  lodgings,  27  No.  Richmond 

street 
Gunn,  Mrs  Ellen,  grocer,  38  Clerk  street 
Gunn,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  49  Broughton  st. 
Gunn,  Miss,  5  Buccleuch  street 
Guthrie,   And.   leather  merchant   and  boot- 
maker, 14G  Kirkgate 
Guthrie,  Chas.  coal  merchant,  79  St  Leonard 
street 


Guthrie,  David,  printer  and  publisher  {North 

British  Ayriculturist),  377  High  street  ' 

Guthrie,  James  C.  25  West  Nicolson  street 
Guthrie,  James,  coal  merchant,  127  Causeyside 
Guthrie,  John,  damask  weaver,  6  Heriot's  br. 
Guthrie,  Michael, spirit  merchant,  11  Coalhill, 

Leith 
Guthrie,  R.  boot  and  shoemaker,  52  Bridge  st. 
Guthrie,  Thomas,  provision  dealer,  11  St  An- 
thony place 
Guthrie,  Thomas,  D.D.  2  Lauriston  lane 
Guthrie,  Wm.  shipmaster,  2  Sandport  street 
Guthrie,  Mrs  Alex.  48  London  street 
Guthrie,  Mrs,  dressmaker,  8  Thistle  street 
Guthrie,  Miss,  of  Craigie,  2  Carlton  terrace 
Guthrie  &  Patterson,   Misses,    milliners,  48 
South  Clerk  street 

Hackett,  John,  baker,  53  Yardheads  M 

Hadden,    Robert,    painter,    97    Constitution  * 

street,  Leith — ho.  35 
Haddow,  Hugh,  coal  merchant,  Newhaven 
Haddow,  Thomas,  dairy.  Comely  bank 
Haddow,  Wm.  dairy,  10  N.-W.  Circus  place 
Haddow,  Wm.,  White  Hart  inn,  32  Grass- 
market 
Haden,  George,  engineer  and  manufacturer 

of  warming  and  ventilating  apparatus,  &c. 

6  St  Andrew  square 
Hadley,  Mrs,  English  hotel,  10  So.  St  Andrew 

street 
Hagart  &  Smith,  W.S.  9  Dundas  street 
Hagart,  Jas.  Valentine,  of  Glendelvine,   19 

Clarendon  crescent 
Hagart,  William  D.  1  Bellevue  crescent 
Hagart,  IMrs,  1.3  Atholl  crescent 
Haig,  Andrew,  tinsmith,  50  Potterrow 
Haig,  D.  B.,  4  Raeburn  place 
Haig,  George,  flesher,  32  West  Richmond  st. 
Haig,  James  D.  3  Gloucester  place 
Haig,T.  School  for  the  Blind,  2  Gayfield  sq. 
Haig,  Robert,  1  Randolph  place 
Haig,  Robt.  carver  and  gilder,  44  Nicolson  st. 
Haig,  Mrs  Robt.  Viewpark,  Bruntsfield  links 
Haig,  Mrs,  13  Hope  street 
Haig,  Mrs,  48  West  Richmond  street 
Haig,  Misses,  6  Blacket  place 
Haig,  Miss,  milliner  and  dressm.  57  Charlotte 

street,  Leith 
Hailing,  George  William,  21  Nelson  street 
Hair,  Mrs,  lodgings,  11  Stafford  street 
Hakluyt  Society — T.G.Stevenson,87  Princes 

street,  agent 
Haldane  and   Rae,   brassfounders,  gasfitters, 

and  plumbers,  2  George  street,  and  5  Old 

Physic  gardens 
Haldane,  James,  accountant,  17  Charlotte  sq. 
Haldane,  J.  (^H.  and  Rae),  31  Buccleuch  pi. 
Haldaue,  Jn.  pawnbroker,  9  Riddle's  cl.  Leith 
Haldane,  J.  &  C.  coal  agents,  7  Spence's  place 
Haldane,  Robert,  of  Cloau  den,  W.S.  17  Char- 
lotte square 
Haldane,  Dr  R.  physician,  34  Drummond  pi. 


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Haldaoe,  Wm.  cabinetmaker,  23  Lauriston  st. 
Haldane,  Mrs,  34  Drummond  place 
Haldane,  Mrs  W.  C.  12  Comely  green 
Haldon,  Geo.  builder,  12  Atholl  place 
Halket,  Wm.  boot-closer,  41  Rose  street 
Halkettj  Geo.  {Ministers'  Widows'  Fund),  15 

Jamaica  street 
Halkett,  John  G.  {Bank  of  Scotland),  18  Dun- 
can street 
Halkett,   Samuel,  keeper  of  the   Advocates' 

Library,  35  East  Claremont  street 
Halkett,  Misses,  60  Frederick  street 
Hail,  David,  lodgings,  6  India  street 
Hall,  George,  smith,  Newhaven 
Hall,  John,  shipm.  5  Hermitage  hill,  Leith 
Hall,  John,  poulterer,  3  Clerk  street 
Hall,  Jn.  stocking  manufact.  Greenside  end 
Hall,  Joseph  luQms  {Ordnance Survey  Dept.), 

Bosewell  road,  Wardie 
Hall,  Lieutenant-ColoneljOf  Killean,23  Drum- 
mond place 
Hall,  Michael,  surveyor,  9  Crescent,  Trinity 
Hail,  Richard,  tailor  &  clothier,  &  robemaker 

to  the  Queen,  20  North  bridge — house,  11 

Trinity  crescent 
Hall,  Robert,  Rose  bank,  Bonnington 
Hall,  Robert,  smith  and  edge-tool  maker,  4, 

Laurie  street 
Hall,  Robt.  engineer,  2  Dock  place,  Leith 
Hall,  Thos.  painter  and  glazier,  2  Eider  st. 
Hall,  William,  joiner  and  cabinetmaker,  28 

Duke  street,  Leith 
Hall,  Wm.  teacher,  1 9  Thistle  street 
Hail,  Mrs,  14  Henderson  row 
Hall,  Mrs,  1 1  Antigua  street 
Hall,  Misses,  dressmakers,  1  Clerk  street 
Hallard,  Frederick,  advocate,  29  Scotland  st. 
Halley,  Geo.,  Leith  saw  m. — ho.  21  Montagu 

street 
Halley,  James  P.  {Chancery),  14  Elder  street 
Halley,  Jas.  clerk,  Leith  saw-mills,  7  Spence's 

place 
Halley,  Robert,  private  teacher,  14  Elder  st. 
Halliday,  Adam,  flesher,  171  West  port 
Halliday,  Geo.  victualler,  42  Fountainbridge 
Halliday,  Walter,  smith  &  farrier,  Croft-an- 

righ 
Halliday,  William,  skinner,  tanner,  and  wool 

merchant,  Bonnington 
Halliday,  Lady,  8  Claremont  street 
Halliday,  Mrs  J.  sick- nurse,  11   Leith  street 

terrace 
Halliday,  Mrs,  lodgings,  115  Princes  street 
Hallion,  H.  15  Nelson  street 
Hambleton,  Wm.  Innes,  14  Roxburgh  street 
Hamilton  and  Macknight,  W.S.  12  London  st. 
Hamilton  and  Miiller,  London  pianoforte  and 

music- sellers,  116  George  street 
Hamilton,  Adam,  teacher  of  the  pianoforte 

and  organ,  31  India  street 
Hamilton,  Alex.,  W.S.  29  Frederick  street — 

ho.  29  Rutland  square 
Hamlltou,  Alexander,  45  Fredtrlck  street 


Hamilton,  Alexander,  procer,  tea,  wine,  and 

spirit  merchant,  139  Kirl<gate 
Hamilton,  Andrew,  tea  merchant  and  grocer, 

12Nicolson  st. — ho.  13  Roxburgh  st. 
Hamilton,  Andw.  grocer,  158  Fountainbridge 
Hamilton,  David,  organ  builder  to  the  Queen, 

116  George  st. 
Hamilton,    Dr,    physician   and    oculist,    140 

George  street — house,  Sciennes  house 
Hamilton,    George,   spirit   merchant,   39    N. 

Richmond  street 
Hamilton,  Jas.  flesher,  16  &  17  New  market, 

Leith — house,  31  Tolbooth  wynd 
Hamilton,  James  W.  assistant  clerk  of  Justi- 
ciary, 8  Elder  street 
Hamilton,  James,  7  East  Adam  street 
Hamilton,  J.  Anderson,  architect,  4  Hunter 

square 
Hamilton,  John,  W.S.  and  agent  for  the  West 

of  England  Insurance  Co.  1  Scotland  street 
Hamilton,  John,  flesher,  25  Bernard  st.  Leith 
Hamilton,  John,  6  Montgomery  street 
Hamilton,  Major,  9  Bellevue  crescent 
Hamilton,  Peter,  architect,  9  Howe  street 
Hamilton,  R.  W.  manager,  Gen.  Steam  Navi- 
gation Co.  21  Waterloo  place,  &  14  Shore, 

Leith. — See  Adv. 
Hamilton,  Robt.  bookseller,  4  Hunter  square 
Hamilton,    Robert,  Signet  Hall  keeper,  391 

Lawnmarket 
Hamilton,  Robt. stamper  {G.P.-O.),  73  Rose 

street 
Hamilton,  Robt.  spirit  mercht.  25  Charles  st, 
Hamilton,  Robert,  grocer,  7  Baker's  place 
Hamilton,  R.  S.  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  13 

Rose  street 
Hamilton,  Thomas,  architect,  9  Howe  street 
Hamilton,  Thos.  &  Co.,  wood  merchants,  17 

Greenside  place 
Hamilton,  Sir  William,  Bart,  of  Preston  and 

Fingalton,  advocate,  professor  of  logic  and 

metaphysics,  16  Great  King  street 
Hamilton,  William,  stamper  {G.  P.-O.),  51 

B  rough  ton  street 
Hamilton,  William,  bootmaker,  40  George  st. 

— house,  5  Nelson  street 
Hamilton,  Wm.  tea  dealer,  10  Briohton  st. 
Hamilton,  W.  L.  W.  tea  deal.  8  Brighton  st. 
Hamilton,  Wm.  wright,  11  Riego  street 
Hamilton,  W.  bootmaker,  122  Nicolson  st. 
Hamilton,  W.  L.  hatter,  42  North  bridge 
Hamilton,  Mrs  Charles,  Sydney  lodge 
Hamilton,  Mrs  Robert,  24  Inverleith  row 
Hamilton,  Mrs  Capt.  T.  Bellevue,  Ferry  road 
Hamilton,  Mrs,  10  Nicolson  street 
Hamilton,  Mrs  Thomas,  10  Hill  place 
Hamilton,  Mrs,  of  Kames,  Holyrood  House 
Hamilton,  Mrs,  lodgings,  47  Castle  street 
Hamilton,  Mrs  Matilda,  140  Princes  street 
Hamilton,    Miss    Charlotte,    music-teacher, 

116  George  street 
Hamilton,  Miss,  spirit  dealer,  198  Canongate 
Hamilton,  Mibs  Eliz.  dressm.  7  E.  Adam  st. 


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Hamilton,  Miss,  milliner,  23  Nicolson  street 

Hamilton,  Miss,  11  Royal  circus 

Hampton,  Wm.  cooper  and  fish-curer,  12,  13, 

14,  15,  and  19,  Dock  street,  Leith 
Handyside,  George,  boot  and  shoe  maker,  194 

Canongate 
Handyside,  H.,  W.S.  6  Northumberland  st. 
Handyside,  Peter  David,  M.D.,  F.R.C.S.  66 

Queen  street 
Handyside,   Peter,  merchant,  14  Constitution 

street — house,  6  Vanburgh  place 
Handyside,  The  Hon.  Lord,  10  Moray  place 
Handyside,  Wm.  23  Great  King  street 
Handyside,  Mrs,  2  Alva  street 
Handyside,  Miss,  1  Summerhall  place 
Hanna,  Rev.  Dr,  4  Castle  terrace 
Hannah,    Rev.   John,   D.C.L.   Oxon,   Rector 

Edin.  Academy,  62  Great  King  street 
Hannah,  William,  butter  and  egg  merchant, 

15  Frederick  street 
Hanson,  Wm.  teacher  of  music,  26  Nelson  st. 
Hanson,  Miss,  teacher  of  piano  and  singing,  26 

Nelson  street 
HARBOUR-master's  office,  foot  of  Shore,  Leith 
HARBOUR-works  office,  west  end  of  New  dock 
Harden,  Robert  A.  6  Doune  terrace 
Hardesty,  Geo.  draper  and  commission  agent, 

35  Lothian  street 
Hardie  and  Co.  merchants  and  shipowners,  46 

Bernard  street,  Leith 
Hardie,  Aw.  cabinetmaker,  50  Lauriston  st. 
Hardie,  D.  commercial  accountant  and  house 

factor,  5  Elder  street 
Hardie,  Charles,  woollen  warehouse,  86  South 

bridge 
Hardie,  James,  tea,  wine,  and  spirit  merchant, 

15  Queensferry  street — house,  11  Alva  st. 
Hardie,  Jas.  tobacco  manufact.  37  Leith  st. 

— house,  2  Haddington  place 
Hardie,  .Jas.  merchant,  35  Bernard  st.  Leith 
Hardie,  .J.  M.  shoemaker,  64  Broughton  street 
Hardie,  John,  merchant,  2  Comely  green  cres. 
Hardie,  John,  builder,  10  Merchant  street 
Hardie,  Ralph,  cattle  dealer,  5  Tobago  street 
Hardie,  Robt.  &  Co.  printers,  20  Frederick  st. 
Hardie,  Robert  {Roht.  H.  ^  Co.),  6  Pitt  street 
Hardie,  Thomas  (.fl'.c*^-Co.),10  St  John's  place, 

Leith 
Hardie,  Thomas,  lodgings,  70  Northumber- 
land street 
Hardie,  Thomas,  violin  maker,  97  High  st. 
Hardie,  Wm.  cabinetmaker  and  upholsterer, 

61   Frederick  street 
Hardie,  W.  P.  {Purves  and  Co.),  3  Duncan 

street 
Hardie,  Wm.  superin.  Regis.  Office,  Register 

place 
Hardie,  Wm.  (N.  B.  Railimi/),  24  Fettesrow 
Hardie,  Wm.  provision  merciiant,  7  South  St 

.Tames'  street 
Hardi*',  Mrs  Peter,  2  Fyfe  place 
Hardie,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  26  India  place 
Hardie,  Miss,  lodgings,  26  Albany  street 


Hardie,  Miss,  straw- hat  maker,  and   milli- 
ner, 2  Dublin  street 
Hardie,  Miss,  music  teacher,  13  Rankeillor 

street 
Hardy,  Charles  H.  fancy  cabinet  and  model 

maker,  1  Elder  street 
Hardy,  Robert,  10  Minto  street 
Hardy,  E.  L.  Elizafield,  Bennington 
Hardyman,  John  H.,  W.S.  assistant  extrac- 
tor in  the  Court  of  Session,  5  Howard  pi. 
Hardyman,  Mrs  Wm.  5  Howard  place 
Hare,  Mrs,  lodgings,  1  Queensferry  street 
Hargitt,  Chas.  jun.  professor   of  music,   56 

Queen  street 
Harkness,  Thos.    B.    (G.P.-O.),    3    Comely 

Green  place 
Harkness,  Mrs,  30  St  Andrew  square 
Harkom,  Joseph,  gunmaker,  36  West  Register      i 

street — house,  1  Nelson  street  " 

Harley,  William,  boot  and  shoem.  51  So.  bridge 

— house,  15  Nicolson  square 
Harlow,  A.  nail  manufacturer,  31  Commercial 

place,  Leith 
Harlow,  David,  wright,  78  Constitution  street 

— house,  10  Wellington  place 
Harper,  Edward,  musician,   12  King's  place, 

Leith  walk 
Harper,  George,  agent.  Water  of  Leith 
Harper,  James,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  21 

Rose  street — house,  29 
Harper,  James,  D.D.  Leith  mount 
Harper,  James  Peddie,   M.D.  53  Consitution 

street 
Harrington,  Robert,  West  Grange 
Harris,  Robert,  Trinity  hut,  Trinity 
Harrison  and  Company,  woollen  drapers  and 

hatters,  36  North  bridge 
Harrison,  George  (H.  l^  Co.),  6  Mansfield  pi. 
Harrison,  Henry,  merchant,  17  George  street 
Harrison,  John,  agent,  5  South  College  street 

— house,  3  Ratcliffe  terrace 
Harrison,  J.  G.  accountant,  17  George  street 
Harrison,    Captain   John,   adjt.    Royal   Mid- 
Lothian  Yeomanry,  18  Melville  street 
Harrower,  Alex,  victual  dealer,  46  Tolbooth 

wynd,  Leith 
Harrower,  D.  lodgings,  7  South  Charlotte  st. 
Harrower,  John,  tobacconist,  167  High  st. 
Harrower,  'Wm.  grocer,  Peirshiil 
Harrower,  Wm.  merchant,  5  Hamilton  place 
narrower,  Mrs  .lohn,  55  Thistle  street 
Hart,  Francis,  teacher  and  boarding  school, 

33  Gilmore  place 
Hart,  Isabella,  24  Clerk  street 
Hartiull's  Guide  and  Emigration  Office,  23 

Waterloo  place 
Harthill,   .1    newspaper   and   general   agent, 

Waterloo  news  rwoms,  23  Waterloo  place 

— house,  5  Rankeillor  street 
Harthill,  William,  medical  galvanist,  7  Castle 

street 
Hartley,   Thomas  F.  tailor  and  clothier,  90 

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Hartmann,  C.  F.  chemist  &  druggist,  5  Hope 

street — house,  16  Comely  bank 
Harvey^  George,  historical  painter,  21  Regent 

terrace 
Harvey,  James  &  Co.,  silk  mercers,  &c.   80 

Nicolson  street 
Harvey,  James,  shoemaker,  19  Castle  street 
Harvey,  James,   silk   mercer  and  draper,  23 

Archibald  place 
Harvey,  Jn.  solicitor,  and  N.P.  43  Bernard  st. 
Harvey,  John,  royal  bazaar,  25  Princes  street 
Harvey,  Thomas,  23  Claremont  crescent 
Harvey,  Watson,  Bonnington  house 
Harvie,  David,  dairyman,  48  Thistle  street 
Harvie,  Miss,  45  George  square 
Hastie,  Alex,  greengrocer,  14  St  Anthony  pi. 
Hastie,    George,  spirit   merchant,  Frithfield 

baths 
Hastie,  .James,  hair-cutter  and   perfumer,  7 

Baxter's  place — house,  8 
Hastie,  James,  South  Back  of  Canongate 
Hastie,  W.  spirit  merchant,  31  North  Nelson 

street 
Haswell,  Geo.  writer,  28  Gayfield  square 
Hasweli,  Jas.  wine  mercht.  &  grocer,  30  Green- 

side  street,  497  Lawnmarket,  and  27  Grass- 
market — house,  Gayfield  house 
Hately,  John,  cowfeeder,  2  East  St  James'  st. 
Hately,   Thomas,   teacher   of  music,    17    St 

James'  square 
Hathorn,  Mrs,  of  Castlewigg,  9  Forth  street 
Hatton,  James,  W.S.  25  Nelson  street 
Hauptman,  Ignaz,  glass  engraver  and  glass- 
cutter,  22  Greenside  lane 
Hawk  FIELD    House   Lunatic  Asylum,   Res- 

talrig  road,  Leith 
Hawkins,  Benjamin,  late  commander  Revenue 

service,  Laverock  bank 
Hawks,  Jn.  bit  and  spur  maker,  1  Calton  hill 
Hawks,  Hen.  sen.  and  jun.  engineers,  E.  P.  & 

D.  Railway  station.  Canal  street 
Hawthorns  and  Co.  engineers,  Leith  engine 

works,  South  Junction  street 
Hay  &  Addis,  plumbers,  brassfounders,  gas- 
fitters,    &c.    agents    for    Easton's    patent 

hydraulic  ram,  79  George  street 
Hay  and  M'Kechnie,  silk  dyers,  &c.  &c.  13 

North  Melville  place 
Hay  and  Pringle,  W.S.  20  Young  street 
Hay,  Adam  {H.  and  Privgle),  25  Rutland  sq. 
Hay,  Alex.,  W.S.,  57  Northumberland  street 
Hay,  Alex.  1  Gayfield  place 
Hay,  Alexander,  jun.  watchmaker  &  jeweller, 

39  Leith  street — house,  31  Broughton  st. 
Hay,  Alex,  writer,  Bofinington  bank 
Hay,  Alex,  portrait  engraver,  9  Henry  street 
Hay,  Alex,  stationer,  engraver,  and  printer, 

4  North  bridge 
Hay,   David,    bookseller    and   stationer,    30 

Leith  street — house,  30  Haddington  place 
Hay,  Chas.  10  Fettes  row 
Hay,  D.  R.  and  Co.  decorative  painters  to  the 

Queen,  90  George  st.— ho.  7  Jordan  bank 


Hay,  F.  and  W.  Cooper,  dyers  and  scourers — 

Offices,  1  Heriot's  pi.  Leith  walk,  11  South 

Frederick  st.,  and  G3  Clerk  st. — See  Adv. 
Hay,  George,  house  agent,  .39  Home  street 
Hay,  Geo.  (J.  Milne  ^  Son),  30  Haiidington  pi. 
Hay,  George,  bootmaker,  27  Haddington  pi. 
Hiiy,  George,  missionary,  19  Keir  street 
Hay,    Hamilton,    accountant,    21    Gardner's 

crescent 
Hay,  Major  H.  13  Rutland  street 
Hay,  James,  postmaster,  107  Abbey  hill 
Hay,  Jas.  Edin.  Ropery  Co.  5  Links  pi.  Leith 
Hay,  James,  baker,  277  Canongate 
Hay,  John,  Stockbridge  mills 
Hay,  John,  smallware  dealer,  Newhaven 
Hay,  J.  H.,  John's  place,  St  Leonard's 
Hay,  John,  of  Morton,  22  Charlotte  square 
Hay,  John,  plasterer,  10  North  College  street 
Hay,  Jn.  inspector  and  treasurer  to  Parochial 

Board,  18  St  .John  street 
Hay,  John  (  Thomson  8j^  H.),  25  George  street 
Hay,  John,  depute  clerk  of  Sess.  4  Hill  street 
Hay,  John,  woollen  draper,  289  High  street — 

house,  3  Duncan  street 
Hay,   John,   china,    crystal,    and   stoneware 

merchant,  50  South  Clerk  street 
Hay,  John,  hosier  and  draper,  61  Pleasance 
Hay,  P.  &  R.   {late  Cooper'),  silk-dyers  and 

scourers,  1   Heriot  buildings,  and  5  So.  St 

David  street See  Adv. 

Hay,  Captain  Philip,  25  St  Bernard's  crescent 

Hay,  Peter  {P.  ^  R.  H.),^  King's  place 

Hay,  Peter,  grocer,  44  Lothian  street 

Hay,  Peter,  grocer,  1  Filrig  place 

Hay,  Robert  (P.  4-  R.  H.),  10  Fyfe  place 

Hay,  Samuel,  Trinity  cottage 

Hay,  Thomas,  merchant,  31  Quality  street — 

house,  Prospect  bank 
Hay,  Wra.  Cooper  {F.  and  W.    Cooper  H.), 

1  North  St  James'  street 
Hay,  William,  wood  merchant,  Haddon's court 

— house,  120  Nicolson  street 
Hay,  William,  smith,  3  Greonside  row 
Hay,  William  B.  writer,  20  Cumberland  st. 
Hay,  Wm.  G.  25  St  Bernard's  crescent 
Hay,  Mrs  Alex.  25  St  James'  square 
Hay,  Mrs  Beatrice,  6  Comely  green  place 
Hay,  Mrs  Colonel,  30  Regent  terrace 
Hay,  Mrs,  ladies'  outfit  and  baby  linen  ware- 
house, 25  George  street 
Hay,  Mrs,  51  Constitution  street 
Hay,  Mrs,  milliner  and  straw-hat  maker,  65 

Canongate 
Hay,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  2  Mackenzie  place 
Hay,  Miss,  Trinity  cottage 
Hay,  Miss,  grocer,  19  Haddington  place 
Hay,  Misses  Dalrymple,  7  Coates  crescent 
Hayne,  Miss,  stayraaker,  92  Princes  street 
Hay  ton,  Mrs,  17  George  street 
Headland,    Wm.   homoeopathic   chemist,  ,69 

George  street 
Healy,  Mar.  shoemr.  to  the  Queen,  74  Geo.  st. 

— house,  40  Northumberland  street 


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Heatly,  Adam,  dairy,  9  St  Andrew  st.  Leith 
Hector,  Aiex.  (^Gibson  and  H.),  57  Inverleith 
row 

Hector,  D.  advocate,  44  Northumberland  st. 

Hedderwick,  Robert,  Christian  bank 

Heddle,  M.  F.,  M.D.  8  Clarence  street 

Heddle,  Miss,  Xewbattle  terrace 

Hedley,  John,  locomotive  manager  Caledo- 
nian Railway^  15  St  Anthony  place 

Helton,  John  {late  Crease,  Heiton,  4-  Douglas), 
1  Hunter  sq. — house,  7  North-west  Circus 
place 

Heiton,  Mrs  George,  5  Deanhaugh  street 

Helmsdale  &  Leith  Shipping  Co. — E.  David- 
son, agent.  Wet  docks,  Leith 

Henderson  &  Bisset,  bookbinders  to  her  Ma- 
jesty, 19  Hill  street 

Henderson  &  Jackson,  wine  merchants,  56 
NicolsoQ  street 

Henderson  &  Wilson,  builders,  27  Charlotte 
street,  Leith 

Henderson,  Adam,  7  Salisbury  street 

Henderson,  Alex.  191  Rose  street 

Henderson,  Alex,  agent,  70  Timber  bush 

Henderson,  Alex,  smith  and  farrier,  4  JIurray 
street,  Crosscausey 

Henderson,  Alexander,  beef-ham  shop,  72 
Leith  street 

Henderson,  Alex.  41  Lothian  street 

Henderson,  A.  (Bank  of  Scot.)  ^  20  Danube  st. 

Henderson,  And.,  M.D.,  F.R.C.P.  Portland 
villa,  Morningside 

Henderson,  Andrew,  late  officer  of  Customs, 
9  West  Claremont  street 

Henderson,  Andrew,  &  Co.  engi-avers,  litho- 
graphic and  letterpress  printers  and  pub- 
lishers, Coalbill,  Leith 

Henderson,  Arcbd.  21  Lauriston  street 

Henderson,  Archibald,  spirit  merchant,  71 
Grassmarket 

Henderson,  Barclay,  superin.  of  works.  Gas 
Co.  Reid's  court,  Canongate 

Henderson,  Charles,  commission  agent,  4 
North  St  David  street 

Henderson,  Charles,  flesher,  6  Kerr  street 

Henderson,  Charles  J.  (Berry,  H.  6f  Co.),  34 
Royal  terrace 

Henderson,  David,  ironm.  81  Broughton  st. 

Henderson,  David  &  Co.  wine  &  spirit  mer- 
chants, 53  Bernard  street 

Henderson,  David,  refreshment  rooms  and 
lodgings,  32  Rose  street 

Henderson,  David,  mere,  elk.,  35  Bristo  street 

Henderson,  D.  (Z>.  H.  Sf  Co.),  9  Wellington 
place,  Leith 

Henderson,  Rev.  D.  chaplain  and  house  go- 
vernor, Gillespie'HhoHpital,  1  Bruntsfield  pi. 

Henderson,   Dav.  chiiu.-swjir.  9  Gibb's  entry 

IIenderst)n,  Dav.  writer,  G  Upper  Gilmore  pi. 

Hendtrson,  Dav.  Wemyss,  commission  agent, 
129  Constitution  st. — ho.  9  Glover  st.  Leith 

Henderson,  Ebenezer,  bookseller,  10  Nicolson 
btreet 


Henderson,   Edward  M.  bookseller  and  sta- 
tioner, 24  Princes  street 
Henderson,  George,  coach  proprietor,  Carlton 

cottage.  Spring  gardens 
Henderson,  George,  licensed  coppersmith  and 

brazier.  Market  street — house,  above 
Henderton,  G.  vict.  dealer,  43  Broughton  st. 
Henderson,   Geo.  F.  watch  and  clock  maker, 

6  X.-w.  Circus  place 
Henderson,  Geo.  {B.  L.  Co.),  2  Scotland  st. 
Henderson,  George,  writer,  7  Argyle  square 
Henderson,  Gines,  Laverock  bank.  Customs, 

Leith 
Henderson,  H,  coachmaker,  98  Abbey  hill 
Henderson,  Hugh,  grocer  and  spirit  mercht., 

19  High  street 
Henderson,  Jas.  shipmaster,  8  Bennington  pi. 
Henderson,  Jas.  spirit  merchant,  5  Dock  place, 

Leith 
Henderson,  James,    teacher   of  English   and 

geography,  6  George  st. 
Henderson,  James,  engraver,  10  India  street 
Henderson,  Jas.  lodgings,  42  Frederick  street 
Henderson,   James  (P.  ^    W.  Macniven),  9 

Gilmore  place 
Henderson,  James,  cowfeeder,  69  Thistle  st. 
Henderson,  James,  10  South  Charlotte  street 
Henderson,  James,  horse  dealer,  58  St  Leo- 
nard street 
Henderson,  Jn.  slater  &  glazier,  63  George  st. 

— house,  3  Castle  st. 
Henderson,  John,  Primrose  villa.  Grange  road 
Henderson,  John,  architect,  7  Hill  street 
Hen<lerson,    John,    Queen's    remembrancer. 

Exchequer 
Henderson,   John,  jun.   hat  manufr.  46  N. 

bridge — house,  27  South  Clerk  street 
Henderson,  Jn.  commission  agent,  Swanfield 
Henderson,  John,  agent  London  parcel  des- 
patch company,  1  Fredeiick  street 
Henderson,  Jn.,  M  D.  26  Charlotte  st.  Leith 
Henderson,  John,  S.S.C.  20  St  Patrick  square 

— house,  16 
Henderson,  John,  builder — yard, lane  east  end 
of  Atholl  crescent — house,  2  Stafford  street 
Henderson,  John  S.,  6  Brunton  place 
Henderson,  John,  bootmaker,  12  High  terrace 
Henderson,  John,  wright,  19  Rose  street  lane 

— house,  62  Hanover  street 
Henderson,  John,  cowfeeder,  5  Union  street 
Henderson,  John,  painter,  4  Spence's  place 
Henderson,   Peter,   teacher,   Heriot's   school, 

12  Grange  loan 
Henderson,  Peter,  hatter,  3  North  bridge — ho. 

Sharpdale,  Dalkeith  road 
Henderson,  Robt.,S.S.C.  11  Royal  Exchange 

— house,  G  St  Vincent  street 
Henderson,  R.  (//.  and  Wilson),  40  Kirkgate 
Henderson,  Thomas,  16  East  Adam  street 
Henderson,  Thomas,  M.D.,  E.I.C.S.  27  South 

Clerk  street 
Henderson,  Thomas,  clerk  of  the  Corn  mar- 
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Henderson,  Thoraas,  spirit  dealer,  127  Can- 

ongate — house,  115 
Henderson,   T.  jun.   (o/"  H.   8f  Jackson),  5 

I>utton  place 
Henderson,  W.  &  R.  merchts.  293  High  st. 
Henderson,  Walter,  comm.trap.  46  Pleasance 
Henderson, Wm.,  M.D.,  F.R.C.P.  prof,  of  med. 

6  gen.  pathology,  61  Northumberland  st. 
Henderson,  Wra.  {Nat.  Bank),  8  Brunton  place 
Henderson,  Wm.  S.,  W.S.,  2  Queen  st. — ho, 

39  Albany  street 
Henderson,  Wm.  victual  dealer,  20  Buccleuch 

street 
Henderson,  William,  Rosehall,  Newington 
Henderson,Wm.(5.  Ziwew  Co.),  21  Scotlandst. 
Henderson,  William,  smith  and  bell  hanger, 

Chalmers'  close 
Henderson,  Mrs  Alexander,  10  Gayfield  sq. 
Henderson,  Mrs   Ann,    lodgings.    Rosewood 

place,  Morningside 
Henderson,  Mrs  Dr,  6  Brunton  place 
Henderson,  Mrs  Grace,  Fillyside  house 
Henderson,  Mrs  James,  Larkfield,  Ferry  rd. 
Henderson,  Mrs  James,  12  High  terrace 
Henderson,  Mrs  John,  1  Manor  place 
Henderson,  Mrs  M.  lodgings,  2  Keir  street 
Henderson,  MrsWm.  milliner  and  dressmaker, 

7  South  College  street 

Henderson,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  38  India  pi. 
Henderson,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  Gilchrist  entry 
Henderson,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  44  India  place 
Henderson,  Mrs,  17  Keir  street 
Henderson,  Mrs,  5  Manor  place 
Henderson,  Mrs,  35  Model  buildings 
Henderson,  Mrs,  lodgings,  7  N.-w.  Circus  pi. 
Henderson,  Miss,  2  Newington  place 
Henderson,  Miss,  dressmaker,  4  E.  Arthur  pi. 
Henderson,  Misses,  12  Ann  street 
Hendrie,  Hugh,  grocer,  &c.  10  W.  Adam  st. 
Hendrie,  James,   tobacco  manf.  4  Catharine 

street,  and  2  Baker's  place 
Hendrie,  Mrs  John,  china  and  gl.  warerooms, 

23  Greenside  place 
Hendrie,  Miss,  5  Dewar  place 
Hendry,   Wm.  Sadlers,  ironmonger,  Sime's 

court 
Henry,  Alex,  gun,  rifle,  and  pistol  manufac- 
turer, 12  South    St  Andrew    st. — house, 
37  Register  street 
Henry,  J.  accountant,  81  George  street 
Henry,  John  (Jolly,   Strong,  and  H,),  6  St 

Vincent  street 
Henry,  Jn.  artificial  limb  and  bandage  maker, 

29  W.  Register  street. — See  Adv. 
Henry,  Wm.  builder,  11  Scotland  istreet 
Henry,  Wm.  bootmaker  and  leather  mert., 

1  Maitland  st. — house,  29  Torphichen  st. 
Henry,  Mrs  Edw.  2  Frederick  street 
Henry,  Mrs,  grocer,  1  Bowling-green  street 
Hepburn,  George,  15  Shandwick  place 
Hepburn,  James,  janitor.  Bell's  school.  Junc- 
tion street,  Leith 
Hepburn,  John  Buchan,  W.S.  15  Royal  circus 


Hepburn,  Simon,  carver  and  gilder,  26  Han- 
over street — house,  26  Frederick  street 
Hepburn,  Misses,  dressmakers,  10  North  St. 

Andrew  street 
Hepburn,  Miss,  23  London  street 
Herbert,  P.  boot  and  shoemaker,  74  Clerk  st. 
Hercules  Insurance  Co.  47  George  street 
Herd,  Mrs  Geo.  lodgings,  1  Broughton  place 
Herdraan  &  Blair,  corn  merts.  &c.  Bristo  port 
Herdman,  Andrew,  teacher,  5  Newport  street 
Herdman,  John,  baker,  2  Charles  street 
Heriot,  Fred.   L.   Maitland,  of  Ramornie,  ad- 
vocate, 18  Rutland  street 
Heriot,  Thomas,  woollen  and  linen  draper,  427 

Lawnmarket — house,  22  Soriety 
Heriot,  William,  printer,  17  Quality  st. — ho. 

11  WeUington  place,  Leith 
Heriot,  Miss,  28  Rutland  street 
Heriot,  Miss,  24  Buccleuch  place 
Heriot's,    George,     Hospital — .John     Dick, 

treasurer — chambers,  1 1  Royal  Exchange 
Herkes,  Adam,  grocer,  39  St  Andrew  Btreet, 

Leith 
Heron,  James,  grocer,  160  Cowgate 
Heron,  John  (Royal  Bank),  1  Danube  street 
Heron,  Wm.  spirit  merchant,  1  Howard  pi. 
Heron,  Mrs,  37  Constitution  street 
Herrald,  Robert,  wright,  Whitfield  lane 
Herries,  Wm.  Young,  of  Spotts,  16  Heriot  row 
Herring  Fishery  office,  2  Dock  place,  Leith 

— J.  Miller,  inspector 
Hetherington,  Rev.  Dr,  47  Minto  street 
Hetherton,  Henry,  bell-hanger  and  locksmith, 

Hillmount — house,  21  Salisbury  street 
Hetherton,  James,  spirit  mercht. 27 Thistle  st. 
Hewat,  Alexander,  wholesale  provision  mer- 
chant, 9  Quality  street,  Leith 
Hewat,  J.  (J.  Spittal  4"  Co.),  5  Henderson  row 
Hewat,  Mrs,  cook,  24  Lauriston  street 
Hewit,  George,  bill-poster,  399  Lawnmarket 
Hewit,  J.  &  Sons,  leather  merchants,  6  and  8 

Niddry  street — house.  Grange  loan 
Hewit,  Mrs,  2  Hewit's  place,  Grange  loan 
Hibbs,  Rev.  Richard,  M.A.,  1  Randolph  pi. 
Hickman,  Wm.  19  Clarence  street 
Hickson,  Mrs  Elizabeth,  14  Brandon  street 
Higgins  and  Thom,  engravers,  printers,  and 

lithographers,  Gabriel's  road 
Higgins,  Mrs,  grocer  and  tobacconist,  4  Citadel 
Highland  and  Agricultural  Society  of  Scot- 
land, 6  Albyn  place — ^Museum,  3  Geo.  IV. 
bridge 
Hill  and  Robertson,  W.S.  25  Frederick  st. 
Hill,  Alex,  printseller  and  publisher  to  the 
Queen  &  R.  S.  Academy,  carver  &  gilder, 
67  Princes  street — house,  7  Dundas  street 
Hill,  Alexander,  wood  carver,  12  South  Rose 

street  lane 
Hill,  Crawfurd,  advocate,  19  Dundas  street 
Hill,  David  Octavus,  R.S.A   Calton  hill  stairs 
Hill,  Geo.  &  Co.  grocers,  wine  merchts.  &  pur- 
veyors to  the  Queen,  45  Frederick  street 
Hill,  Geo.  (Geo.  H.  ^  Co.),  6  Saxe  Coburgpl. 


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Hill,  George,   smith   and    beam    maker,    12 

Richmond  place — house^  30 
Hill,  George,  8  Roxburgh  terrace 
Hill,  Henry  David,  W.S.  2  Picardy  place 
Hill,    Jas.   L.,  W.S,    25   Frederick   street — 

house,  26  Heriot  row 
Hill,    James,     plumber     and     gas-fitter,    4 

Brighton  street 
Hill,  Jas.  10  St  John  street 
Hill,  James  Matthew,  6  Darnaway  street 
Hill,  Jas.  grocer,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  85 

Kirkgate — house,  86 
Hill,  Jas.  builder,  Edinburgh  saw-mills,  21 

Leith  walk 
Hill,  John,  manager  Scottish  Property  In- 
vestment   Co.,   102  South   Bridge— ho.    23 
London  street 
Hill,  John  {B.  Linen  Co.),  28  Scotland  street 
Hill,  John,  boot  and  shoe  warehouse,  43  Nicol- 

son  street 
Hill,  John,  wrighi,  3  Dean  street 
Hill,  Richard,  2  Salisbury  road 
Hill,  Robt.  tea  and  spt.  deal.  491  Lawnmarket 
Hill,  Robert,  spirit  dealer,  523  Lawnmarket 
Hill,  Wm.  and  George,  general  and  commis- 
sion agents,  25  St  James'  square 
Hill,  Wm.  accountant,  25  St  James'  square 
Hill,  W.  (J.  ^-  J.  Ritchie^-  Co.)  12  Castle  st. 
Hill,  Wm.  leather-cutter,  58  Calton 
Hill,  Mrs  John,  71  Cumberland  street 
Hill,  Mrs  John,  17  Keir  street 
Hill,  Mrs  John,  10  Merchant  street 
Hill,  i\Irs  Robert,  5  Abercromby  place 
Hill,  Mrs  Robert,  9  Hailes  street 
Hill,  Mrs,  lodgings,  10  Dublin  street 
Hill,  Mrs,  19  Alva  street 
Hill,  Mi^8,  9  Chapel  street 
Hillditch,  Samuel,  agent,  9  Ann  street 
Hilliard,  H.  &  H. cutlers'  instrument,  artificial 
limb,  truss,  and  bandage  makers  to  Royal 
Dispensary,  7  Nicolson  street 
Hindshaw,  James,  plasterer,  5  Kerr  street 
Hislop,  Alex.  2  Dean  street 
Hislop,  Rev.  George,  chaplain  to  the  prison,  6 

Comely  green  place 
Hislop,  John,  spirit  dealer,  1  Shandwick  place 
Hislop,  Robert,  assistant  inspector  of  letter- 
carriers,  67  Cumberland  street 
Hislop,  Robert,  coach-hirer,  Regent  ter.  lane 
Hislop,  Thomas,  46  Nicolson  street 
Ilihlop,  Wm.  furniture  warerooms,  42  and  44 

Howe  street 
Hislop,  Mrs  Stephen,  lodgings,  26  Cumber- 
land street 
Hitchcock,  John  Deyking,  23  Union  place 
Hinlop,  Mrs,  21  Broughttm  place 
Hobbs,  Thomas,  38  Broughton  street 
Hobday,  T.  postmaster,  liackney,  posting,  and 
funeral    tquipa^e    establishment   offices,  2 
York  place  and  York  lane 
Hobday,  Mrs  F.,  Berlin  lepos.  6  Queensf.  st. 
Hobkirk,  Wm.  &  John,  corn  merchants,  18 
Chapel  street 


Hodder,  Rob.  (^Customs),  7  Hermitagepl.  Leith 

Hodge,  Archd.  corn  factor,  40  Bernard  street, 
Leith 

Hodge,  Colin,  30  Bath  street 

Hodge,  James  &  Son,  tailors  and  clothiers,  90 
Rose  street 

Hodge,  Jas.  warehouseman,  2  John's  lane, 
Leith 

Hodge,  Robert,  coppersmith  and  brassfounder, 
20  Niddry  street — house,  8  Chapel  street 

Hodge,  Mrs,  19  Salisbury  street 

Hodges,  James  M.,  M.D.  21  Charlotte  square 

Hodges,  Mrs,  1  Lutton  place 

Hodgston,  Mrs,  21  Howard  place 

Hodson,  John,  M.D.,  The  Bloom,  Canaan 

Hodson,  Miss,  boarding  school,  18  Royal  circ. 

Hodson,  Hoey,  John,  boot  and  shoemaker,  86 
St  Andrew  street 

Hofford,  William,  printer,  1  Oxford  terrace 

Hoffmann,  John  D.  R.  plane- maker  and  edge 
tool  manufacturer,  45  and  47  Lothian  st. 

Hoffmann,  ]\Iagnus  L.  teacher  of  the  cornet- 
a-pistons,  28  Greenside  street 

Hogarth,  Jlrs,  13  Frederick  street 

Hogben,  Wm.  S.  inspector  of  poor  for  Leith, 
2  Smith's  place 

Hogben,  Mrs,  3  Hamburg  place 

Hogg,  Alex,  tea,  wine,  and  spirit  merchant,  7 
Bristo  sreet 

Hogg,  David,  Gray's  court 

Hogg,  Fraser  {F.  G.  Mitchell  Sr  Co.),  5 
Haddington  place 

Hogg,  James,  grocer,  125  Causeyside 

Hogg,  Jas.  haircutter  &  toy  warehouse,  34  W. 
Register  street 

Hogg,  James,  1  Randolph  place 

Hogg,  Jamts,  printer  and  publisher,  4  Nicol- 
son street,  and  Brown  street  lane 

Hogg,  John,  9  Scotland  street 

Hogg,  John,  stationer,  22  Pitt  street 

Hogg,  Robert,  37  Abbey  hill 

Hogg,  Robert,  watchmaker,  81  South  bridge 

Hogg,  Thomas,  temperance  coffee-house,  1 
Hunter  square 

Hogg,  W  upholsterer  and  undertaker,  30 
Dundas  street 

Hogg,  William,  auctioneer  and  appraiser,  44 
S^icolson  street 

Hogg,  Mrs,  5  Middleby  street 

Hogg,  Mrs  Isabella,  7  Park  street 

Hogg,  Mrs  Marion,  grocer,  45  William  street 

Hogg,  Mrs  F.  fishing  tackle  maker,  79  Princes 
street 

Hogue,    Rt.  surgeon-dentist,  65    Queen  st. 

Iloilis,  Daniel,  tailor,  34  Frederick  street 

HoUis,  Misses,  milliners,  dress  &  straw- 
bonnet  makers,  34  Frederick  street 

Hi'lmes,  Matt,  locomotive  superintendent 
JS.  ^-  G.  ii.,  Haymarket 

Iloltum,  Thomas,  tailor,  45  George  street 

Ilolium  &  Welsh,  coat  makers,  6  George  st. 

HoLYRooD  Flint-glass  works,  S.  B.  of  Canon- 
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Home,  Dr  A.  G.,  M.D.  Whitefield— house, 

Leith  walk 
Home,  A.  F.  accountant,  9  Cheyne  street 
Home,  D.  Milne,  of  Milne  Graden,  10  York  pi. 
Home,  J.  H.  13  Inveileith  row 
Home,  Robt.  engraver,  &c.  9  Leith  at.  terrace 
Home,  Robert,  tailor,  39  South  bridge 
Home,  Lady,  11  South  Charlotte  street 
Home,  ]\Irs  George,  9  Cheyne  street 
Home,  Mrs  N.  Merchiston  house 
Home,  Miss,  3  Danube  street 
Home,  Miss,  lodgings,  13  Union  place 
Home,  Miss,  45  George  square 
Hood,  Alexander,  wine  and  spirit  merchant, 

22  Couper  street,  Leith 
Hood,  Jas.  smith  and  beam-maker,  3  M'Dou- 

gal  street 
Hood,  Robert,  M.D.  5  Salisbury  road 
Hood,  Thomas,  bootmaker,  05  Rose  street 
Hooper,  William,  3  Duke  street 
Hope,  Olipbaut,  &  Mackay,  W.S.  119  Princes 

street 
Hope,  Andw.  flesher,  60  Queen  street — house, 

60  Castle  street 
Hope,  Lieut. -Col.  F.  35  Albany  street 
Hope,  James  {H.  O.  Sf  ilf.),  D.K.S.  14  Saxe 

Coburg  place 
Hope,  James,  jun.  (J.  Sf  J.  H.),  31  Moray  pi. 
Hope,  James,  flesher,  24  Union  place 
Hope,  John  and  James,  W.S.  31  Moray  pi. 
Hope,  Right  Hon.  John,  Lord  Justice-clerk, 

20  Moray  place 
Hope,  John,  W.S.  31  Moray  place 
Hope,  John  David,  6  Constitution  street 
Hope,  John,  baker,  2  India  street 
Hope,  Robert  A.  grocer,  wine  and  spirit  mer- 
chant, 75  Kirkgate  and  38  Giles'  street 
Hope,  William,  54  South  Clerk  street 
Hope,  Mrs,  1 1  Archibald  place 
Hope,  Marion,  dressmaker,  7  Raeburn  place 
Hope,  Miss,  Wardie  lodge 
Hope,  IMiss,  9  Gloucester  place 
Hope,  Miss  Eliz.  dressmaker,  16  Jamaica  st. 
HoPETouN  Rooms,  72  Queeu  street — John 

H.  Barry 
Hopekirk,  Adam,  printer,  21  Salisbury  street 
Hopkirk,  John  G.,  W.S.  75  Great  King  street 
Hopkirk,  Wm.  florist  &  gardener,  32  Kirkgate 
Hopper,  Thomas,  15  Calton  hill 
Hopper,  Mrs  Thomas,  cowfeeder,  Restalrig 
Hopton,  John  &  Co.  wine  and  spirit  mercht. 

10  Drummond  street 
Hopton,  Mrs,  staymaker  to  the  Queen,  46 

Hanover  street 
Horetzky,  Mons.  teacher  of  music,   7  Scot- 
land street 
Horn,  Andw.  accountant,  19  Queen  street 
Horn,  Robert,  advocate,  7  Randolph  crescent 
Home  and  Rose,  W.S.  96  George  street 
Home,  Archd.  accountant,  15  Hill  street 
Home,  Donald,  of  Langwell,  W.S.  10  AthoU 

crescent 
Home,  Jas.  W.  surveyor  of  roads,  4  Park  st. 


Home,  James,  civil  engineer  &  land  surveyor, 

19  St  Andrew  square 
Home,  Peter,  Starbank  place,  Trinity 
Home,  Wm.  advocate,  sheriff  of  Haddington, 

New  Club,  Princes  street — ho.  Portobello 
HouNiNG  Office,  Register  house 
Horsburgh,  Jas.  tea  dealer,  34  Clerk  street 
Horsburgh,  James,  agent,  27  Quality  street 
Horsburgh,  John,  engraver,  18  Buccleuch  pi. 
Horsburgh,  Thomas,  gardener,  Dean 
Horsburgh,  W.,  W.S.  2G  Northumberland  st. 
Horsburgh,  Mrs  G.  ladies'  nurse,  42  India  pi. 
Horsburgh,  Miss  Margt.  30  Alva  street 
Hosie,  Mrs,  lodgings,  17  Albany  street,  Leith 
Hosie,  Miss  E.  15  Constitution  street,  Leith 
Hospital,  Donaldson's,  Whitehouse  Toll 

Walter  Cook,  W.S.,  treasurer 
Hospital,  Gillespie's,  Wright's  houses — Geo. 

Meikle,  treasurer 
Hospital,  Fever,  Royal  Infirmary 
Hospital,  George  Heriot's,  Lauriston — John 

Dick,  treasurer 
Hospital,  George  Watson's,  Meadows — Jas. 

Young,  treasurer — Rev.  J.  Johnston,  M.A. 

head  master 
Hospital,  Leith,  and  Humane  Society — A. 

Main,  21  Bernard  street,  secretary 
Hospital,  Lock,  6  Surgeon  square 
Hospital,  Merchant  Maiden,  Lauriston  lane 

— James  Burgess,  treasurer 
Hospital,  Orphan,  Dean — J.  Scott  Moncreiff, 

20  India  street,  treasurer 
Hossack,  D.  grocer,  329  Cowgate 
Hossack,  Mrs,  4  Lindsay  place 
Hossack,  Mrs,  provision  shop,  Granton  pier 
Hossack,  Misses,  milliners  &  dressmakers,  118 

Princes  street 
Houlden,   Thos.  jun.   stationer,    9   Nicolson 

street — house,  26  Rankeillor  street 
Houliston,  John,  tea,  wine,  and  spirit  mercht., 

74  Leith  street — house,  2  Elm  row 
House  Agency  office,  22  South  Hanover  st. 
House  of  Industry,   19  St  John  street — Mrs 

Gemmell,  matron 
Houston,  John  A.,R.S.A.  13  Fettes  row 
Houston,  Wm.,  advocate,  31  Howe  street 
Houston,  Mrs,  41  Clerk  street 
Houstoun,  Misses,  20  Heriot  row 
Houy,  William,  accountant   to  the   G.P.O., 

Jordan  Bank,  Morniugside 
Howden,  Aw.  {Mowbray  ^  H.),  21  Walker  st. 
Howden,  James,  secretary.  National  Fire  and 

Life  Insurance  Company,  21  Walker  street 
Howden,  James  C,  assistant  physician.  Royal 

Edinburgh  Asylum 
Howden,  Jas.  and  Son,  jewellers  and  watch- 
makers, 56  North  bridge — house,  2  Mans- 
field place 
Howden,  Oliver,  stock  and  sharebroker,   H 

George  street — house,  11  Fettes  row 
Howden,  Patrick,  furniture  dlr.  40  Blair  st. 
Howden,  Peter  and  Co.  wine  merchants,  7 

Meuse  lane — house,  6  Brandon  street 


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HowdeD,  Robert,  W.S.,  5  North  Charlotte 

street 
Howden,  Wm.  gardener,  20  Dundas  street 
Howden,  Mrs  Alex.  12  Clarence  street 
Howden,  Mrs,  8  Carlton  terrace 
Howden,  Mrs  A.  Grange  road 
Howden,  Mrs  Francis,  7  Haddington  place 
Howden,  Mrs  John,  5  Dean  street 
Howden,  Mrs,  boarding  house,  31  Howe  st. 
Howe,  Alexander,  W.S.  62  Castle  street — 

house,  7  Forres  street 
Howe,  David,  printer,  9  Thistle  street 
Howe,  William,  19  Salisbury  street 
Howell,  John,  polyartist,  110  Rose  street 
Howey,  Thomas  &  Co.  agents  for  the  goods 
traffic  of  the  North  British,  and  E.  Perth, 
and  Dundee  Railiuays — Offices  at  the  Rail- 
way Stations 
Howie,  James,  com.  agent,  54  South  bridge 
Howie,  Alex.  4  Milne  square 
Howie,  Charles,  fruiterer,  39  Howe  street 
Howie,  James,  plumber  and  brassfounder,  59 

Tolbooth  wynd,  Leith — house,  4 
Howie,  James,  com.  agent,  59  South  bridge 
Howie,  James,  portrait  and  animal  painter,  45 

Princes  street 
Howie,  Jas.  jun.,  miniature  painter,  and  pho- 
tographic artist,  71  Princes  st. 
Howie,  J.  surgeon  &  druggist,  69  Pleasance 
Howie,  John,  sculptor,  Brandon  st. 
Howie,  Jn.  tea  and  coffee  dealer,  5  &  6  Tol- 
booth wynd — house,  1  Madeira  street 
Howie,  Thomas,  railway  agent,  3  Charlotte 

place 
Howison,  Arch.  Y.  of  Hyndford,  6  Carlton  ter. 
Howison,  Dr  W.,  F.  R.C  S.  9  Nicolson  square 
Howison,  Mrs,  of  Hillend,  5  Inverleith  row 
Howkins,  John,  civil  engineer,  Granton  pier 

— house,  Queensberry  place,  Wardie 
Howkins,  Miss,  South  cottage,  Wardie 
Hudson,  Thos.  coram,  agt.  20  Gr.  Stuart  street 
Hughes  and  Mylne,  WS.  1  Sj  Charlotte  st. 
Hughes,  Edwin,   saw   maker,  Leith  sawmills 

— house,  Pitt  street,  Leith 
Hughes,  Geo.  (//.  &;  Mylne),  10  Rutland  st. 
Hughes,  John,  printer,  3  Thistle  st. — house, 

6  Mansfield  place 
Hughes,  Herbert  Jones,  17  East  Claremont  st. 
Hughes,  Pat.  furniture  dealer,  110  Cowgate 
Hughes,  Wm.  saw  maker,  Greenside  row 
Hughes,  Elizabeth,  spirit  dlr.  Hillhousefield 
Hughson  and  Dobson,   stockbrokers  &    law 

agents,  5  Royal  Exchange 
Hughson,  A.  D.,  writer,  16  Royal  Exchange 

— house,  1 1  Darnaway  street 
Huie,  Edward,  merchant,  2  Walker  street 
Huie,  Richard,  M.D.  8  George  square 
Huie,  Mrs  James,  27  St  Patrick  square 
Hull  and  Leith  Steam  Pacl<et  Co.  34  Ber- 
nard street 
Hull,  Captain,  Lufra  Cottage,  Granton 
Humane  Society,  Edinburgh  and  Leith — A. 
Mann,  21  Bernard  Btreet,  secretary 


Hume  &  Melville,  plumbers,  brassfounders, 

and  gasfitters,  1  W.  Register  pi. — See  Adv. 
Hume,  Alex.inn-kpr.  Parkside,  Old  Gibbet  toll 
Hume,  George,  spirit  merchant,  16  India  pi. 
Hume,  George,  20  Pitt  street 
Hume,  James,  Haymarket  mills 
Hume,    James,    builder,    Cassells'    place  — 

house,  49  Kirkgate 
Hume,  James,  spirit  dealer,  1  Niddry  street 
Hume,  John,  brush  manufacturer,  104  West 

bow 
Hume,  John,  wood  merchant,  60  Cowgate 
Hume,  M.  N.  Macdonald,  4  Heriot  row 
Hume,  Peter,  flesher,  76  Thistle  street 
Hume,  Robert,  cowfeeder,  1  Wallace  place 
Hume,  Robt.  (^H.  Sf  Melville),  kxmahiW  Villa, 

Grange  road 
Hume,  Thos.  plumber  and  gasfitter,  5  Rose 

street — house,  17  James'  street 
Hume,  W^illiam,  clerk,  8  Morrison  street 
Hume,  Mrs,  27  Nelson  street 
Hume,  Mrs  George,  26  Cumberland  street 
Hume,  Mrs,  18  Broughton  street 
Hume,  Misses,  6  Nelson  street 
Hunt,  James,  of  Pittencrieff,  13  Moray  place 
Hunt,  William,  W.S.  28  Gt.  King  st. 
Hunter,  Blair,  &  Cowan,  W.S.  7  York  place 
Hunter,  Adam,  physician,  18  Abercromby  pi. 
Hunter,  Alex.  {H.,  Blair,  6^  Cowan),  Cameron 

House 
Hunter,  Andrew,  59  South  Bridge 
Hunter,    David,    ironmonger    and    tinplate- 

worker,  15  Howe  street — ho.  17 
Hunter,  David,  carpet  warehouse,  178  High 

street — ho.  2  George  place 
Hunter,  David  {Duncan,  Flockhart,  ^  Co.),  15 

Minto  street 
Hunter,   Evan    Allan,  7  York  place — house, 

Cameron  House 
Hunter,  Francis,  flesher,  9  Middle  market — 

house,  21  Blair  street 
Hunter,  Geo.  flesher,  1  Fleshmarket,  Leith 
Hunter,  H.  lodgings,  13  N.-w.  Circus  place 
Hunter,  James,  29  Claremont  street 
Hunter,  James,  staflF-oflScer,  Castle 
Hunter,  James,  grocer,  68  shore  Leith 
Hunter,  James,  20  Haddington  place 
Hunter  James,  builder,  Morningside 
Hunter,  John,  writer,  13  Hill  street 
Hunter,  John,  Auditor  of  the  Court  of  Ses- 
sion, 16  R.  Exchange — house,  Craigcrook 
Hunter,    Rev.    John,    principal.     Episcopal 

Church  Training  Institution,  16  St  John  st. 
Hunter,   John,  painter,  72   Tolbooth    wynd, 

Leith 
Hunter,  Rev.  Dr  John,  15  Regent  terrace 
Hunter,  .In.  session  clerk,  179  Canongatc. 
Hunter,  John  M.  teacher,  27  Albany  street — 

house,  17  Howe  street 
Hunter,  Patrick  {F.  and  //.),  26  Frederick  st. 
Hunter,  Peter,  spirit-dealer,  Canonmills 
Hunter,  Philip,  cooper,  64  Nicolson  street — 

ho.  2  West  Nicolson  street 


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Hunter,  Richard,  10  Ainslie  place 

Hunter,  Robert,  advocate,  sheriff  of  Dumbarton 

and  Bute,  67  Northumberland  street 
Hunter,  R.  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  35  West 

port 
Hunter,  R.  wi  igbt  and  cabinetmaker,  3  Albany 

8t.  lane — warehouse,  4  Albany  street 
Hunter,    Robt.  &  Son,  smiths,  109  Kirkgate 

— house,  33 
Hunter,  Robt.  soda  water  manuf.  Allan's  close 
Hunter,  Robert,  4  East  Adam  street 
Hunter,  Robert,  tailor,  64  Bristo  street 
Hunter,  R.  letter-carrier,  27  North  Richmond 

street 
Hunter,   Robert  (Johnstone  &j-  H.^,  7  Rox- 
burgh street 
Hunter,  Robert,  builder,  98  Abbey  hill 
Hunter,  Robt.  jun.  sculptor  and  builder,  14 

N.  R.  Canongate 
Hunter,    Thomas    M.    teacher   of    music,    7 

Broughton  place 
Hunter,  Thomas,  grocer,  36  Tolbooth  wynd, 

Leith 
Hunter,  W.  picture-frame  and  looking-glass 

manufacturer,  62  &  64  Candlemaker  row 
Hunter,  William,  wright,  1  So.  Howard  place 
Hunter,  Willm.  wright  and  builder.  Morning- 
side 
Hunter,  Wm.  5  Calton  hill 
Hunter,  Wm.  furniture  dealer,   164  &    168 

Cowgate 
Hunter,  Mrs  Andrew  B.  7  Salisbury  street 
Hunter,  Mrs  E.  sick  nurse,  7  Hill  square 
Hunter,  Mrs  F.  grocer,  23  College  street 
Hunter,  Mrs,  9  Brunswick  street.  Hillside 
Hunter,  Miss  A.  7  Minto  street 
Hunter,  Miss  C.  51  Minto  street 
Hunter,  Miss,  26  Rankeillor  street 
Hunter,  Miss  H.  17  Keir  street 
Hunter,  E.  &  M.  milliners  and   dressmakers, 

34  India  place 
Hunter,  Misses,  dress  &  cloak  makers,  13  Hope 

street 
Hurley,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  67  Fountainbr. 
Husband,  Wm.,  M.D.,  F.R.C.S.E.,  surgeon, 

28  Clarence  street 
Huskie,  J.  &  M.  wine  and  spirit  merchants,  17 

Chapel  lane,  Leith 
Hutchins,  Chas.  surgeon  and  dentist,  26  Char- 
lotte square 
Hutchinson  and  Rogers,  timber   merchants, 

Duke  street,  Leith 
Hutchinson,  .Jn.  wood  merchant,  17  Cassells* 

place 
Hutchinson    Brothers,    merchants.    Railway 

buildings,  Citadel 
Hutchinson,  Thos.  {H.  Brothers),  4  St  James' 

place,  Leith 
Hutchinson,  Mrs  J.  R.  12  Manor  place 
Hutchinson,  Mrs,  16  Hart  street 
Hutchinson,  Misses,  3  Doune  terrace 
Hutchison  &Co.  merchants,  11  Bernard  street 
Hutchison,  Alex,  solicitor,  18  London  street 

H 


Hutchison,  Alex,  successor  to  W.  Finnic,  brush 

and  portmanteau  manufacturer,  99  George 

street — house,  34  Castle  street 
Hutchison,   Alexander,  commercial  traveller, 

6  Albany  street,  Leiih 
Hutchison,  And.  Alex,  advocate,  18  London  st. 
Hutchison,  Andw.  sugar  agent,  15]{ose  st. 
Hutchison,   C.   M'K.   teacher,  St   Bernard's 

school.  Dean  street 
Hutchison,  David,  spirit-dealer,  6  W.  Adamst. 
Hutchison,  George,  spirit  dealer,  1  Hamilton 

place,  High  riggs 
Hutchison,  Hen.  spirit  merchant,  41  Home  st. 
Hutchison,  Rev.  Dr  James,  7  St  Bernard's  cres. 
Hutchison,  James,  31  Wright's  houses 
Hutchison,  John,  bootmaker,  28  Dean  street 
Hutchison,   John,   wool    staple    and   coram. 

agent,  14  Constitution  street — ho.  28  Ber- 
nard street 
Hutchison,  John,  writer,  1  Claremont  place 
Hutchison,  M.  spirit  merchant,  89  Canongate 
Hutchison,  Peter,  victual  dealer  and  grocer, 

121  Pleasance 
Hutchison,  Peter,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  I 

Hamburg  place 
Hutchison,  Rob.  bootmaker,  5  St  Patrick  sq. 
Hutchison,  W.  &  T.  coach  builders,  Lothian 

road 
Hutchison,  Mrs  Colonel,  45  Heriot  row 
Hutchison,  Mrs  Helen,  ladies'  nurse,  18  Bed- 
ford street 
Hutchison,  Mrs,  sick  nurse,  16  Jamaica  street 
Hutchison,  Mrs,  Hermitage  house,  Leith 
Hutchison,  Miss  Mary,  dressmaker,  28  Dean 

street 
Hutton  and  Ross,  London,  Manchester,  and 

Glasgow  warehouse,  124  High  st. 
Hutton  and  Romania,  undertakers.  Mint 
Hutton,  Arch,  pawnbroker,  10  High  street 
Hutton,  David,  clothier  and  tailor,  15  South 

College  street 
Hutton,  J.  teacher,  1  Lord  Russell  place 
Hutton,  James  {E.  ^  L.  Gas-L.Co.),  3  Baltic 

street,  Leith 
Hutton,  James,  grocer.  Water  of  Leith 
Hutton,  John,  inspector  of  works,  Taaphall, 

Ferry  road 
Hutton,  John,  4  Poplar  lane,  Leith 
Hutton,  John  {H.  6f  Ross),  8  Graham  street 
Hutton,    Wm.   writer,     10     Duncan   street, 

Drummond  place 
Hutton,  Mrs,  midwife,  70  St  Leonard  street 
Hyndman,  A.  lodgings,  8  St  Patrick  street 

Imlach,  Fran.  Brodie,  dentist  and  surgeon, 

48  Queen  street 
Imlach,  George,  47  Ann  street 
Imlach,  Mrs  Agnes,  48  Queen  street 
Imperial  Fire  and  Life  Insurance  Co.  of  Lon- 
don, Wm.  F.  Gibson  of  the  British  Linen 
Co.,  agent. — See  Adv. 
Imperial  Fire  Insurance  Office,  Murray  & 
Logan,  agents,  141  George  street 


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Imrie,  Andw.  spirit  dealer,  89  Fountainbridge 
Imrie,  Henry,  pastry  cook,  65  South  bridge 
Imrie,  Robert  B.  27  Nelson  street 
Inch,  John,  flesher,  3  Howard  street— house, 

3  Howard  place 
Inch,  John,  jun.  flesher,  53  London  street 
Inderwick,  Miss,  22  Rose  street 
Indigent    Gentlewomen's  Fund    Office,   69 

N.  Hanover  street — John  K.  FuUarton,  sec. 
Indisputable,  the  London,  Life  Policy  Co., 

•11  Albany  street. — See  Adv. 
Industrial  and  General  Life  Assurance  and 

Deposit  Company — David  Marshall,  9  N. 

St  David  street 
Industry,  House  of,  19  St  John  street 
Industrial  School  (United),  South  Gray's 

close,  58  High  street — See  Adv. 
Infirmary,  Royal,  Infirmary  street 
Inglis  &  Leslie,  W.S.  16  Queen  street 
Inglis,  Alex,  spirit  dealer,  1  Infirmary  st, 
Inglis,  A.  grocer,  wine,  and  spirit  merchant, 

95  Nicolson  st — ho.  2  W.  Nicolson  st. 
Inglis,   Archibald,    M.D.    and   F.R.C.S.    11 

Albany  street 
Inglis,  David,  Broughton  cottage 
Inglis,  David,  10  Wright's  houses 
Inglis,  H.  Maxwell,  W.S.  8  N.  St  David  street 

— house,  4  Coates  crescent 
Inglis,  Henry  (/.  4"  Leslie),  29  St  Andrew  sq. 
Inglis,  John,  advocate,  Dean  of  Faculty,  30 

Abercromby  place 
Inglis,  John,  warehouseman,  Laurie  street 
Inglis,  John,  tailor,  62  Nicolson  street 
Inglis,  John,  gardener,  E.  Powderhall 
Inglis,  Rob.  (  Gall  &)  Inglis),  1 1  INIinto  street 
Inglis,  Robt.  boot  and  shoemaker,  51  India  pi. 
Inglis,    T.   depute    commiseary-clerk,    Mer- 

chiston  mount 
Inglis,  Thos.  victualler,  38  Lothian  street 
Inglis,  William  T.  8  Dean  street 
Inglis,  W.  &  C.  booksellers,  stationers,   and 

circulating   library,   48    Hanover    street — 

house,  11  Minto  street 
Inglis,  William,  coachbuilder  and  harness- 

muker,  69  Adam  square,  and  4  Hay  street 
Inglis,    William,   postmaster,   3    Hay    street, 

and  Forrest  road 
Inglis,  Wm.  &  J.  shoemaks.  16  Qiieensferry  st. 
Iniiiis,  William,  spirit  &  victual  dealer,  41  St 

Leonard  street 
Inglis,  Mrs  Dr,  4  Coates  crescent 
Inglis,  IMrs  E.  lodgings,  71  Cumberland  st. 
Inglis,     Mrs    George,    and    Miss    Edmond, 

boarding  school,  12  Great  King  street 
Inglis,  Mrs  J.  spirit  deal.  8  Spence's  pi.  Leith 
Inglis,  Mrs,  2  Melville  street 
Inglis,  Mrs  I'eter,  Seafield  place,  Leith 
Inglis,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  2  Carnegie  street 
Inglis,  Miss  Anne,  5  Clarence  street 
Inglis,  Isabella,  dressuiaker,  8  Carnegie  st. 
Inglis's  lodgings,  i;5  y\lbany  street 
Ingram,  J.  bookseller,  stationer,  and  circula- 
ting library,  2  Catharine  street 


Inkster,  John,  manager  of  the  Hull,  Leith,  & 

Hamburgh  Steam  Packet  Co.  34  Bernard  st. 

Inland    Revenue    Office    for    Scotland,    10 

Waterloo  place 
Inland  Revenue  Office,  Customhouse,  Leith 
Innes  &  Grieve,  oilmen,    grocers,   and  wine 

merchants,  11  St  Andrew  square 
Innes,  Charles,  plasterer,  46  Thistle  street 
Innes,   Cosmo,   advocate,   principal  clerk   of 

session,  15  Inverleith  row 
Innes,  Sir  David,  14  Brandon  street 
Innes,  John  B.  {Mackenzie,  I.  and  Logan), 

37  Heriot  row 
Innes,  John,  spirit  dealer,  16  Catharine  street 

— house,  6  Union  place 
Innes,  John,  gardener,  Seafield,  Leith 
Innes,  Robt.  shipbuilder,  8  Bridge  st. — house, 

Old  Church  street 
Innes,  Robt.  portrait  painter,  20  Howe  street 
Innes,  Robt.  (/.  and  Grieve),  5  Pitt  street 
Innes,  Robert  (Alex.  §*  J.),  29  Clarence  street 
Innes,  Thomas,  tailor,  36  Home  street" 
Innes,  Rev.  William,  64  Frederick  street 
Innes,  Wm.  (  UnionBank  of  Scotland),  8  Great 

Stuart  street 
Innes,  Wm.  bookseller  and  stationer,  and  Scot- 
tish tract  depositary,  31  Hanover  street 
Innes,  William,  stationer,  34  Frederick  street 
Innes,  Mrs  Thomas,  6  Danube  street 
Innes,  Miss  Isabella,  Berlin  wool  and  fancy 

repository,  13  Dundas  street 
Inskip,  Wm.  warehouseman,  26  George  st. 
Institution,  Deaf  &  Dumb,  Henderson  row 
Institution  for  Drawing  and  Painting,  54 

Frederick  street — George  Sirason,  U.S.A. 
Institution,  John    Watson's,    Dean — John 

Hamilton,  W.S.  treasurer 
Insurance  Co.  of  Scotland,  95  George  street 

— David  Maclagan,  manager. — See  Ado. 
Insurance  companies. — See  Insurance  Direc- 
tor!/, also  Advertisements. 
Iona  Society,   T.  G.  Stevenson,  87  Princes 

street,  agent 
Ions,  James,  agent,  7  Scotland  street 
Ireland,  Chas.  smith,  35  Commercial  place 
Ireland,  George,  builder,  house  carpenter,  and 
agricultural  implement  manufacturer,  North 
Back  of  Canongate — house,  J  5  New  street 
Ireland,  Thomas,  Mercantile  acct.  4  Hunter 

square — house,  71  Clerk  street 
Ireland,  Thos.  jun.  bookseller  and  stationer, 

2  Lindsay  place 
Ireland,  Wm.  contractor  for  mason  and  house 
work  in  general,  Broughton  cottage — yard, 
Broughton  road 
Ireland,  ]\Irs,  21  Charles  street 
Ireland,  Miss,  14  Gay  field  square 
Irish  Evangelical  Society,    Edin.  Auxiliary 

— W.  F.  Watson,  treas.  52  Princes  street 
Irish  Archaeological  Society — T.  G.  Steven- 
son, 87  Princes  street,  agent 
Irish  Celtic  Literary  Society — T.  G.  Steven- 
son, ^7  Princes  street,  agent 


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Irons,  David,  tailor,  4  St  Patrick  square 

Ironside,  Edmond,  carver,  134  High  street 

Ironside,  Mrs,  lodgings,  116  Princes  street 

Irvine,  Alex.  F.  advocate,  22  Coates  crescent 

Irvine,  David,  3  St  Bernard's  row 

Irvine,  Duncan  (JVational  Bank),  13  Hart  st. 

Irvine,  Geo.  flesher,  13  Queensferry  st. 

Irvine,  Captain  Francis,  8  Blacket  place 

Irvine,  Jas.  die  and  stamp-cutter,  3  West  Re- 
gister street 

Irvine,  John,  23  Cheyne  street 

Irvine,  John,  assistant  superintendent,  New- 
ington  cemetery 

Irvine,  John,  portrait- painter,  3  Duncan  st. 

Irvine,  P.  auctioneer  &  appraiser,  Victoria  st. 

Irvine,  Robert,  18  Buccleuch  place 

Irvine,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  56  Bridge  street 

Irvine,  Miss,  23  Northumberland  street 

Irvine,  Miss  E.  6  Dean  street 

Irving,  David,  LL.D.  6  Meadow  place 

Irving,  David,  spirit  dealer,  5  So.  Melville  pi. 

Irving,  James,  13  Charles  street 

Irving,  James,  portmanteau,  trunk,  and  brush 
manufacturer,  97  Princes  street 

Irving,  Brothers,  portmanteau,  trunk,  and 
brush  manufacturers,  80  Princes  street 

Irving,  Mrs,  furniture  dealer,  10  Victoria  st. 

Irving,  Mrs,  2  George  square 

Irving,  Mrs,  18  Moray  place 

Irving,  Misses,  &  Rae,  dressmak.  81  George  st. 

Isbister,  Thos.  brush  manufacturer  &  general 
merchant,  48  Frederick  street 

Isbister,  Miss,  lodgings,  5  Drummond  street 

Isles,  Andrew,  currier  and  leather  merchant, 
9  and  11  Blair  street — ho.  24  Buccleuch  pi. 

Isles,  Miss  Catherine,  milliner,  3  Lindsay  pi. 

Ivory,  Holmes,  actuary  and  accountant.  Na- 
tional Fire  and  Life  Insurance  Company  of 
Scotland,  2  Steele's  place,  Morningside 

Ivory,  Lord,  9  Ainslie  place 

Ivory,  William,  advocate,  11  Nelson  street 

Ivory,  Wm.  {Madachlan  §•  i.),  St  Roque, 
Grange  loan 

Izatt,  James,  baker,  4  North  Junction  street 

Jaap,  Jas.  teacher  of  music,  3  S.  St  Andrew  st. 
Jaap,  Miss  Isabella,  teacher  of  music  and  sing- 
ing, 3  South  St  Andrew  street 
Jaap's  Temperance  hotel,  3  and   14  South 

St  Andrew  street 
Jack,  Andrew,  printer,  13  Clyde  street 
Jack,  Chas.  jun.  gardener,  133  Causey  side 
Jack,  Charles,  113  Causeyside 
Jack,  James,  agent,  9  Davie  street 
Jack,  John,  writer,  28  India  street 
Jack,  John,  slater,  5  North  Bank  street 
Jack,  John,  grocer,  2  Norton  place 
Jack,  Samuel,  boot  and  shoemaker,  1  Barony 

street. 
Jack,  Thomas  C.  bookseller,  stationer,  pub- 
lisher, circulating  library,  92  Princes  st. 
Jack,  Mrs  Andw.  13  Montgomery  street 
Jack,  Mrs,  housekeeper.  Royal  Edin,  Asylum 


Jack,  Mrs,  midwife,  9  Duke  street,  Leith 
Jack,  Miss  Agnes,  84  Great  King  street 
Jack,  Misses,  milliners,  3  No.  St  David  st. 
Jackes,  Rodon,  22  India  street 
Jacob,    Frederick,   bricklayer    and  furnace- 
builder,  Richmond  cottage,  Wardie 
Jacob,    Robert   E.    bricklayer    and    furnace 

builder,  AVardie  cottage 
Jacob,  Moses,  broker,  32  George  IV.  bridge. 
Jackson,  Dr  Alex.,  F.R.C.P.E.  9  India  street 
Jackson,  Edw.  James,  6  Coates  crescent 
Jackson,   Edward  {Gilfillan  4  J".))  H  Mel- 
ville place 
Jackson,  Henry,  59  Castle  street 
Jackson,  James,  23  Dundas  street 
Jackson,  John,  victual  dealer,  219  Canongate 
Jackson,  Thos.  plumber,  &c.  37  Howe  street 
Jackson,  Thomas,  wine  and  spirit  merchant, 

1  Howard  street 
Jackson,  Mrs  James,  9  India  street 
Jackson,  Mrs,  lodgings,  4  Sahsbury  street 
Jackson,  Mrs,  3  Regent  terrace 
Jackson,  Mrs  Eliz.  18  Nelson  street 
Jaffray,  Rev.  .John,  60  Frederick  street 
JafFray,  Mrs  William,  29  Alva  street 
James,  Alexander,  S.S.C.  16  DubliH  street 
James,  Alex,  gardener,  Wardie,  Trinity 
James,  George,  surveyor,  30  George  street 
James,  J.  &  Son,  bootmakers,  102  George  st. 
James,  Capt.  Henry  R.  E.  Erneston,  Granton 
James,  Wm.  boot  and  shoemaker,  9  Keir  st. 
Jameson,  Andw.  advocate,  Greenhill  gardens 
Jameson,  John,  fishmonger,  79  Queen  street 

— house,  6  Great  Stuart  street 
Jameson,  R.  W.,  W.S.  and  Notary   Public, 

5  North  Charlotte  street 
Jameson,  R.  fruiterer,  79  Queen  st. — ho.  76 
Jameson,  IMrs  Cecilia,  5  Pitt  street 
Jameson,  Miss,  21  Royal  circus 
Jameson,  Jane  M.  3  East  Newington  place 
Jamieson,  Alex,  accountant,  65  Princes  street 

— house,  6  Nelson  st. 
Jamieson,  Alex,  cowfeeder,  4  St  James'  sq. 
Jamieson,  Alex,  turner,  71  Adam  square 
Jamieson,  Andrew,  S.S.C.  7  Great  Stuart  st. 
Jamieson,  Andrew,  tailor,  foot  of  Fleshmt.  cl. 
Jamieson,  Bernard,  spirit  dealer,  42  Shore 
Jamieson,  Gilbert   and    Son,   wine  and   tea 

merchants,  66  Grassraarket 
Jamieson,  Hen.  ivory  turner,  29  Richmond  pi. 
Jamieson,   James,   boot  and   shoemaker,   13 

Riddel's  close 
Jamieson,  N.  commercial  clerk,  13  Cannon  st. 
Jamieson,  P.   wine   and   spirit  merchant,  6 

Nicolson  square 
Jamieson,  Robert  &  Co.  wholesale  coffee  and 

spice  dealers,  8  Leith  street  terrace 
Jamieson,  Robert,  chemist  and   druggist,  4 

Deanhaugh  street — ho.  23  Raeburn  place 
Jamieson,  William  T.  solicitor,  and  agent  for 

the  Defender  Fire  and  Life  Insur,  Co.  38 

N.  Hanover  street — ho.  23  Raeburn  place 
Jamieson,  W.  M.  haberder.  60  &  62  High  st. 


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Jamieson,  Mrs  Isabella,  ladies'  nurse,  25 
Arthur  street. 

Jamieson,  3Irs,  10  Comely  green  place 

Jamieson,  Mrs  R.  136  Causeyside 

Jamieson,  IMrs  William,  34  Howe  street 

Jannetti,  Signer,  Italian  teacher,  14  Hope  st. 

Jardine,  Francis,  wine  merchant  and  grocer, 
109  George  street  ■ 

Jardine,  James,  civil  engineer,  18  Queen  st. 

Jardine,  Stodart,  &  Fraser,  W.S.  31  Princes  st. 

Jardine,  W.  A.  engineer  and  surveyor,  18 
Queen  street 

Jardine,  Miss,  14  Inverleith  row 

Jastrau,  William  {W.  J.  S,-  Co.),  8  Baxter  pi. 

Jeandin,  Francis,  French  basket  warehouse,  3 
Crichton  street — ho.  26  Rankeillor  street 

Jeannin,  Mademoiselle,  professor  of  French, 
65  George  street 

Jeffery,  E.  broker,  240  Cowgate 

JefFery,  .James,  2  High  school  yards 

JefFery,  John  J.  grocer  and  wine  merchant, 
Newhaven 

Jeffrey,  John  &  Co.  brewers,  73  Grassmarket 

Jeffrey,  John  (J.  J.  and  Co.),  5  Lynedoch  pi. 

Jeffrey,  John,  tobacconist,  37  Hanover  street 

Jeffrey,  Robt.  engraver  and  printer,  72  Nor- 
thumberland street 

Jeffrey,  Thomas,  grocer,  227  Canongate 

Jeffrey,  William,  draper,  4S  Tolbooth  wynd, 
Leith — house,  10  Wellington  place 

Jeflfrey,  William,  accountant,  43  Potterrow 

JeflFrey,  Airs  Jessie,  6  Mansfield  place 

Jeffrey,  Mrs,  27  Brunswick  street 

Jelly,  Mrs  Bethia,  7  Upper  Gilmore  place 

Jenkins,  Mrs,  5  St  Bernard's  row 

Jenkinson,  Wm.  and  Jas.  wine  and  spirit 
merchants,  77,  78,  and  79  St  Andrew  street, 
Leith 

Jenkinson,  James  (  W.  and  J.  J.),  So.  Junct. 
street 

Jenkinson,  James,  grocer,  2  East  Arthur  pi. 

Jenkinson,  John,  cowfeeder,  3  Dean  street 

Jenkinson,  Wm.  (  W.  mid  J.  J.),  17  Bath  st. 

Jenkinson,  Maitland,  spirit  dealer,  34  Giles' 
street,  Leith 

Jenner,  Charles  (A',  and  J.),  32  Howard  place 

Jervis,  Mrs,  cloak,  bonnet,  and  corset  rooms, 
9 1  Princes  street 

Jobson,  Kobt.,  innkeeper,  15i  Fleshmarket  cl. 

Jockel,  Conrad,  flesher  and  ham-curer,  55 
Frederick  street — house,  59 

Jockel,  Christian,  Berlin  and  Frankfort  ware- 
house, 1 18  George  street.  West  end  Bazaar 

.loel,  Moses,  18  Drummond  street 

.Johns,  T.  i\-  Co.  clothiers,  95  Princes  street 

Johnson,  Joseph  {Scot.  Wid.  Fund),  39  Dub- 
lin street 

Johnston,  A.  and  J.  victuallers,  91  Canongate 

Johnston  and  Thorn,  coal  merchants,  11  Port- 
Hamilton — house,  4  Grove  street 

.Johnston,  Adam,  currier  and  leather  mer- 
chant, C6  St  Mary's  wynd 

Johnston,  Ad.  merchant,  1  Rankeillor  street 


Johnston,  Adam,  baker,  12  Home  street 
Johnston,  Alexander,  W.S.  5  York  place 
Johnston,  A.  cabinetmaker  and  undertaker, 

9  Charles  street,  and  6  Park  place 
Johnston,  Alex,   builder,  1 1  South  Norton 

place 
Johnston,  Alex,  flesher,  3  Qneensferry  street 
Johnston,  Alex,  baker  and  victual  dealer,  10 

and  14  Calton  street — ho.  13  Calton  hill 
Johnston,  Alex.  K.  geographer  to  the  Queen 
{W.  ^  A.  K.  J.),  March  hall  park,  Dal- 
keith road 
Johnston,  A.  (T/ios.  J.  S^-  Son),  69  Rose  st. 
Johnston,  Bosewell,  cowfeeder,  26  Brunswick 

street 
Johnston,  Charles  (A".  B.  Rail.  Co.'s  office), 
24   St  Andrew  square — house,  Freeman's 
cottage,  Causeyside 
Johnston,  Daniel,cabinetmaker  &  woodmercht. 
S.  back  of  Canongate — ho.  10  E.  Adam  st. 
Johnston,  David,  tanner  and  currier,  70  St 

Mary's  wynd — tanwork,  do. 
Johnston,  David,  brassfounder,  62  Thistle  st. 
Johnston,  Major  George,  10  Pilrig  street 
Johnston,  Geo.,  teacher  of  dancing,  11  Brown 

street 
Johnston,  Geo  jun.  professor  of  dancing,  75 

Princes  street 
Johnston,  Geo.,  Edinburgh  Temperance  hotel 

and  reading-room,  5  Nicolson  street 
Johnston,  Rev.  George,  F.S.A.6  Minto  street 
Johnston,   George,  private  teacher,  7  N.-w. 

Circus  place 
Johnston,  George,  hairdresser,  55  Earl  Grey 

street 
Johnston,  Henry,  3  Hermitage  hill 
Johnston,  Hugh,  12  Bellevue  crescent 
Johnston,  H.  lieutenant  R.N.,  Bellevue  Ferry- 
road 
Johnston,  J.  S.,  S.S  C.  28  Pitt  street 
Johnstoi^  J.  S.  5  George  square 
Johnston,  James,  10  Gilmore  place 
.Johnston,  James,  53  Cumberland  street 
Johnston,  James,  writer,  Silvermills  cottage 
Johnston,  James,  61  York  place 
Johnston,  James,  currier,  68  St  Mary's  wynd 
Johnston,  James,  M.D.  surgeon,  a4  Queen  st. . 
Johnston,  .Tas.  belt  maker,  501  Lawnmarket 
Johnston,  James,  ofiBcer  of  Fishery,  1  East- 
field  place 
Johnston,  James,  cowfeeder,  6  Allan  street 
Johnston,  Jn.  (Coi/  S,-  J.),  17  Union  place 
Johnston,  Rev.  John, M. A.  bead-master,  Geo. 

Watson's  Hospital 
Johnston,  John,  gardener,  Braid's  burn 
Johnston,  John,  surveyor,  28  Grcenside  st. 
Johnston,  John  G.  7  Scotland  street 
Johnston,  John  K.  teachtr,  3  West  Preston  st. 
.Tohuston,  M.  spirit  dealer,  Newhaven 
Johnston,  Patrick,  broker,  136  Cowgate 
Johnston,  I\Iajor  P.  37  East  Clarcmont  street 
Johnston,  Peter  T.  writer,  9  Crichton  street 
Johnston,  Robert,  1  Albany  street,  Leith 


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Johnston,  Robert,  W.S.  8  Broughton  place 
Johnston,  Robt.  paiuter,  5  Charlotte  st.  Leith 
Johnston,  Robert,  Merchiston  cottage,  Burgh- 

niuirhead 
Johnston,  Robt.  chaplain  to  city  workhouse, 

17  St  James'  square 
Johnston,  Robt.  victual  dealer,  49  Hanover  st. 
Johnston,  Robert,  builder  and  house  agent, 

91  and  92  Fountainbridge 
Johnston,  Robert,  accountant,  19  North  St 

David  street 
Johnston,  Robert,  accountant,  20  Annandale 

street 
Johnston,  T.  and  Sons,  Wrights',  69  Rose  st. 
Johnston,  Thos.  cabinetmaker,  34  Castle  st. 
Johnston,  Thomas,  ironmonger,  44  Tolbooth 

wynd,  Leith 
Johnston,  T.  B.  {W.  S;  A.  K.  J.),  17  Gay- 
field  square 
Johnston,  Thos.  victual  dealer,  5  Bedford  st. 
Johnston,  Thos.  printer,  11  West  Adam  street 
Johnston,  W.  &  A.  K.  geographers,  engravers, 
and  printers  to  the  Queen,  publishers,  litho- 
graphers, and  stationers,  4  St  Andrew  sq. 
Johnston,  Rev.  William,  23  Archibald  place 
Johnston,  W^m.  B.  artist,  Silverraills  cottage 
Johnston,  Wm.  (iV.  B.  Office),  24  Heriot  pi. 
Johnston,  Wm.  victual  dealer,  ]9  Howe  street 

— house,  1 
Johnston,  William,  baker,  123  Rose  street 
Johnston,  Wm.  dairy,  29  St  Patrick  square 
Johnston,  William,  agent,  3  Davie  street 
Johnston,  Mrs,  of  Sands,  18  Royal  terrace 
Johnston,  Mrs  Isabella,  stoneware  merchant, 
74  St  Andrew  St.— ho.  13  Tolbooth  wynd, 
Leith 
Johnston,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  31  Brunswick  st. 
Johnston,  Mrs  William,  II  Howe  street 
Johnston,  Mrs  J.  stabler,  100  Grassmarket 
Johnston,  Mrs,  victual  dlr.  74  Broughtoii  st. 
Johnston,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  7  Abbey 
Johnston,  Mrs,  French  stay-mkr.45  George  st. 
Johnston,  Mrs  Dr,  8  Pilrig  street 
Johnston,  Mrs,  lodgings,  27  Elder  street 
Johnston,  Mrs,  3  South  Charlotte  street 
Johnston,  Miss  A.  31  East  Claremont  street 
Johnston,  Miss   Isabella,  shawl  cleaner,  21 

Carnegie  street 
Johnston,  Miss,  13  Gilmore  place 
Johnston,  Miss,  straw-hat  maker,  7  Hay  st. 
Johnston,  Misses  E.  &  J.  silk  and  worsted 

warehouse,  57  South  bridge 
Johnstone  &  Hunter,  printers,  publishers,  and 
booksellers,  15  Princes  street,  and  104  High 
street 
Johnstone,  David,  2  Rankeillor  place 
Johnstone,  Fred,  tavern-keeper,  11  Abbey 
Johnstone,  John  {J.  ^  Hunter),  13  St  John  st. 
Johnstone,  John,  engraver,  printer,  &  litho- 
grapher, 7  Park  street 
Johnstone,  John,  12  Buccleuch  place 
Johnstone,    William,    commission    agent,.  4 
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Johnstone, William  James  Hope,  Rear-admiral, 

24  Albany  street 
Johnstone,  Wm.  teacher,  38  Fountainbridge 
Johnstone,  Mrs  Major,  4  Howard  place 
.Johnstone,  Mrs,  37  Albany  street 
Johnstone,  Miss,  3  Howard  place 
Johnstone,  Miss,  Holyrood  palace 
Johnstone,  Miss  Agnes,  4  Montgomery  street 
Johnstone,  Miss  G.  milliner  and  dressmaker. 

6  Ronaldfon's  buildings 
Johnbtone,  Miss   Margaret,   shoe  warehouse, 

283  High  street 
.loiner,  James,  tailor,  4  N.  St  David  street 
Jollie,  Strong,  &  Henry,  W.S.  chambers,  21 

Young  street 
Jollie,  Walter,  W.S.  59  Melville  street 
Jolly,  Robt.  of  Stevenston,  21  Windsor  st. 
Jones,  Alex,  shipmaster,  14  Albany  st.  Leith 
Jones,  Francis  {G.P.  O.),  17  Keir  street 
Jones,  George,  merchant,  24  Danube  street 
Jones,  Liston,  tea,  coffee,  and  spirit  dealer, 

31  Couper  street 
Jones,  Rev.  T.  Henshaw,  13  Shandwick  place 
Jones,  T.  agent.  Bank  of  Scotland,  17  Char- 
lotte street,  Leith 
Jopp  and  Johnston,  W.S.  30  Albany  street 
Jopp,    Charles,  civil    engineer,    118  George 

street— house,  1 5  Northumberland  street 
Jopp,  John,  W.S.  30  Albany  street 
Jordan,  William,  spirit  dealer,  13  Calton  st. 
Jordan,  Mrs  John,  45  Tolbooth  wynd,  Leith 
Junkison,  Wm.  flesher,  91  Kirkgate 
Junner,  J.  M.  solicitor  and  accountant,  6  N. 

St  David  street — house,  U  Union  st. 
Juridical  Society,  40  Charlotte  square 
Jury  Clerk's  Office,  Register  house 
Justice  of  Peace  Office,  City,  Royal  Exchange 
Justice  of  Peace  Office,  County  hall 
Justiciary  Office,  Register  house 

Karley,  Capt.  A.,  R.N.,  4  Clarendon  crest. 
Kay,  Alex,  plumber  &  gasfitter,  144  Princes 

street — house,  ditto 
Kay,  George,  fruiterer,  147  Princes  street 
Kay,  Jas.  basket  manufacturer,  Gd  Tolbooth 

wynd  and  18  Queen  street,  Leith 
Kay,  Jas.  &  Son,  upholsterers  &  undertakers, 

1  Teviot  row 
Kay,  Jas.  surgeon  R.N.  27  Hamilton  place 
Kay,  J.  W.  lace  warehouse,  1 05  George  street 
Kay,  John,  agent,  26  Charles  street 
Kay,  John,  teacher,  98  Constitution  street 
Kay,  John,  wine  &  spirit  merchant,  39  Jamaica 

street — house,  72  Northumberland  street 
Kay,   John,  basketmaker.  Market   stairs,  27 

North  bridge 
Kay,  Peter  (  Oliver  ^  Boyd),  2  Buccleuch  pi. 
Kay,  Robert,  stabler  and  spirit  dealer,  9  St 

Anthony  place 
Kay,  Robert,  Union  Hotel,  4  Lothian  road 
Kay,  Thos.  {Jas.  K.  ^  Son),  Dick  pi.  Grange 
Kay,  Tho.  plumber  and  gastitter,  18  Charlotte 

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Kay,  Thomas,  missionary,  8  Glover  street 
Kay,  Wm.  ship-chandler  and  painter,  6  &  8 

Commercial  pi ho.  1  Prince  Regent  street 

Kay,  William,  stationer,  6  Bank  street 
Kay,  Mrs  T.  20  Barony  street 
Keating  &  Co.  outfitters,  4  Kirkgate,  Leith 
Keddie  &  Knox,  wrights  and  cabinetmakers, 

12  North  Melville  pi.  and  17  Church  st. 
Keddie,  John,  bootmaker,  25  Hanover  street 
Keddie,  Nicholas,   spirit  merchant,  202  Rose 

street 
Keddie,  Thos.  cahinetraaker  and  appraiser,  7 

and  ]  4  Melville  place — house,  9 
Kedslie,  Alex,  Malta  house 
Kedslie,  A.  F.,  Middlefield  house,  Leith  walk 
Kedslie,  A.  F.  commis.  mercht.  27  Quality  st. 

(agent  for  Atlas  Assurance  Co.  London) 
Kedslie,  Geo.  late  upholsterer,  Hebron  bank, 

Canaan  lane 
Kedslie,  Mrs,  ]\Iiddlefield  house,  Leith  walk 
Keedy,  William,  49  Canongate 
Keegan,  John,  solicitor,  5  N.  St  David  street 
Keegan,   T.  wine  merchant,  ]   N.   St   David 

street  and  7  ISTorth  St  Andrew  street 
Keighley,  Matt.  2  Upper  Gray  street 
KeiUer,  Dr  Alexander,   F.R.C.P.E.  30  Nor- 
thumberland street 
Keiller,  Mathewson,  5  George  square 
Keiller,  William,  5  George  square 
Keiller,  JIrs,  5  George  square 
Keir,  Robert,  warehouseman,  9  Fife  place 
Keir,  Miss  Ann,  furnishing  shop,  48  Kirkgate 
Keir,  Miss,  12  Torphichen  street 
Keir,  IMisses,  12  Buccleuch  place 
Keith  E.  bookseller  and  stationer,  36  Howe  st. 
Keith,  Geo.  S.,  M.D.,  F.R.C.P.  58  Northum- 
berland street 
Keith,  James,  printseller.pictureframe maker, 

and  artists'  colourman,  60  Princes  street 
Keith,  Dr  Jas.,  F.R.C.S.E.  10  Wemyss  place 
Keith,  Thomas,  grocer,  152  Fountainhrldge 
Keith,  Thos.,  M.D.,  F.R.C.S.E.  26  India  st. 
Kell,  Mrs,  145  Princes  street 
Kelland,  Professor,  20  Clarendon  crescent 
Kelly,    And.    pocket-book   maker,    52    West 

Register  street 
Kelly,  .John,  locksmith,  156  Rose  st. — ho.  166 
Kelly,  Patrick,  pawnbroker,  258  Canongate 
Kelly,  Peter,  lodgings,  6  Howe  street 
Kelly,  Mrs.  lodgings,  9  Hope  street 
Kelly,  Mrs,  midwife  &  ladies'  nurse,  2-3  Howe 

street 
Kelt,  Mrs,  china  merchant,  17  Horse  wynd 
Kemme,  Jacob,  Granton  brick  and  tile  work 
Kemp  &  Co.  chemicaland  philosophical  instru- 
ment makers,  12  &  l.i  Infirmary  street 
Kemp,  Francis,  janitor,  Circus  place  school, 

2  Royal  circus 
Kemp,  George,  clerk,  17  Cannon  street,  Leith 
Kemp,  J.  &  R.coal  merclits.  14  Port-Hamilton 
Kemp,  .lames,  coal  merchant,  5  Morrison  st. 
Kemp,  .lames,  baker,  42  Jamaica  street 
Kemp,  John,  chimney-sweeper,  (5  Rose  street 


Kemp,  Robert,  letter-carrier,  7  Calton  hill 
Kemp,  T.  Lindley,  M.D.  2  Upper  Dean  ter. 
Kemp,  Wm.  confectioner,  12  North  bridge, 

and  37  Nicolson  street 
Kemp,  William,  victual  dealer,  13  Tobago  st. 
Kemp,  William,  tailor,  75  Giles'  street 
Kemp,  Mrs  Robert,  27  j\Iontagu  street 
Kemp,  jNIiss,  25  Royal  crescent 
Kempster,  Thomas,  sheriflF  officer,  3  Salisbnry 

square 
Kenmore,  John,  22  Elm  row 
Kennedy,  Angus,  26  Cumberland  street 
Kennedy,  A.,  tea  and  coffee  merchant,  102 

High  street,  house  4  West  Adam  street 
Kennedy,  Bruce,  King's  Arms  inn,  Newhaven 
Kennedy,  Daniel,  sheep  and  cattle  agent,  1  3 

Gardner's  crescent 
Kennedy,  Donald,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  6 

East  Register  street 
Kennedy,  Francis,  71  York  place 
Kennedy,   Fred,   hop   and    seed    agent,   51 

Princes  st. — house,  100  Lauriston  place 
Kennedy,  Hugh,  W.S.  37  L<mdon  street 
Keimedy,  James,  tailor,  25  Thistle  street 
Kennedy,  J.  ironm.  &  gasfitter,  3  Wemyss  pi. 
Kennedy,  John,  3  Anderson's  court 
Kennedy,  John,  W.S.  71  Great  King  street 
Kennedy,  Robert,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  1 

St  James'  place 
Kennedy,  Thomas,  artist,  30  Rutland  square 
Kennedy,  Thomas,  Wardie  hotel,  Granton 
Kennedy,  Wm.  ship  hotel  (successor  to  Fer- 

gusson),  East  Register  street 
Kennedy,  Wm.,  W.S.  59  Northumberland  st. 
Kennedy,  W.  P.  bookseller,  &c.  15  South  St 

Andrew  street — house,  7  London  street 
Kennedy,  Mrs,  of  Romanno,  71  York  place 
Kennedy,   Mrs,   straw-hat   maker,   5   North 

Richmond  street 
Kennedy,  Miss,  Helen  cottage,  Canaan 
Kennington&  Jenner,silk  mercers  and  drapers, 

47  and  48  Princes  st.  and  2,  4,  6,  8,  and  10 

St  David  street 
Kenward,W.D.  music-teacher,  ISt  Vincent  st. 
Ken  ward,  W.  music-teacher,  1  St  Vincent  st. 
Keir,  Robert,  warehouseman,  9  Fife  place 
Keir,  Miss,  12  Torphichen  street 
Ker,  Robert,  spirit  dealer,  38  Potterrow 
Ker,  Robert  Darling,  St  Leonard's  hou-e 
Ker,   Thomas  and  Son,  corn  merchants,  St 

Leonard's  house 
Ker,  Mrs,  26  Ann  street 
Ker,  Mrs,  Nelson's  Monument,  Calton  hill 
Ker,  Mrs  Thomas,  6  West  Preston  street 
Ker,  IMrs  Wm.  Herris,  9  Albyn  place 
Ker,  Miss  M.  A.  18  Upper  Gray  street 
Ker,  ]\Iiss,  Greenhill  gardens 
Ker's  laboratory,  16  Leith  street 
Kermack,  John,  W.S.  20  Broughton  place 
Kermack,  John  and  W.  R.,  W.S.  20  Brough- 
ton place 
j  K^mack,  W.  R.,  W.S.  20  Broughton  place 
Kermack,  Mies,  '.i  Lynedoch  place 


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Kidd,  Chas.  tailor  &  clothier,  146  Princes  st. 

Kidd,  Rev.  George,  teaclier,  I  Farquharson  pi. 

Kidd,  James,  121  Nicolson  st. 

Kidd,  John, merchant,  88  Constitution  st. 

Kidd,  John,  baker  &  vict.  deal.  21  Arthur  st. 

Kidd,  Tho8.  (G.  P.  Office),  2  Gienorchy  pi. 

Kidd,  Mis&,  5  Portland  place 

Kieser,Jn.C.  teacherof  music,  14  Hope  street 

Kigie,  Wm.  tailor,  22  Society 

Kilgour,  James,  assistant- keeper  of  register  of 

deeds,  &c.  8  IMinto  street 
Kilgour,  James,  flesher,  Newhaven 
Kilgour,  Jas.  classical  teacher,  8  Downie  pi. 
Kilgour,  Joseph,  wholesale  and  retail  tea  and 

coffee  merchant,  74  Tolbooth  wynd,  Leith 
Kilgour,  Thos.  (^Royil  Bank),  5  Comely  bk. 
Kilgour,  William,  of  Glaslie,  39  Ann  street 
Kilg-our,  Mrs,  lodgings,  136  Princes  street 
Kilgour,  Mrs  Wm.  18  Nicolson  street 
KiLi.iNGWoRTH  Colliery,  3  E.  Register  street 
Killoch,  Miss,  straw  hat  mak.  66  Nicolson  st. 
Kilpatrick,  Mrs,  vict.  dealer,  173  Wtst  port 
Kincaid,   Sir  John,  Inspector  of  the  Prisons 

and  Factories  of  Scot.  United  Service  Club 
King,  Chas.  spirit  dealer,  6  Shakspeare  sq. 
King,  R.  gas-fitter  and  bell-hanger,  6  Simon  sq. 
King.  Thos.  gardener.  Canon  st.  Canonmills 
King,  Mrs,  band-box  manuf.  Old  Assembly  cl. 
King,  Misses,  milliners,  &c.  35  Castle  street 
Kinghorn,  Jas.  wright,  12  Coburg  st. 
Kinghorn,  Wm.  15  India  street 
Kinghorn,  Mrs  Alex.  3  Cromwell  street 
Kininmont,  Rev.  A.  D.  1  Morton  street 
Kinlay,   John,    agent   for    Tranent   colliery, 

Rose  lane  house.  Comely  green  cottage. — 

See  Adv. 
Kinloch,  Sam.  silver-chaser,  11  Drummd.  st. 
Kinloch,  Mrs,  lodgings,  146  Princes  street 
Kinloch,  Miss,  teacher  of  pianof.  and  singing, 

25  India  street 
Kinnaird,  Miss,  32  Rankeillor  street 
Kinnaird,  Miss  Margaret,  6  Leopold  place 
Kinnear,  David,  accountant  and  stockbroker, 

4  North  St  David  street 
Kinnear,  J.German  clock  maker,  475  Lawn- 
market 
Kinnear,  John,  spirit  dealer,  1  Johnston  place 
Kinnear,  Robert,  48  India  street 
Kinnear,  Mrs  James,  3  Clarendon  crescent 
Kinnear,  Mrs  Thos.  3  Clarence  street 
Kinnell,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  5  St  James'  place 
Kinniburgh,  David,  coal  merchant,  agent  for 

Garnkirk  Fire- clay  Co.  16  Port-Hopetoun 

— house,  18  Downie  place 
Kinnis,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  50  Cumberland  st. 
Kinnoch,    Andrew,    foundry.    Abbey    hill — 

house,  61 
Kippen,  A .  hotel,  2  Terrace,  Leith  street 
Kippen,  Dun.  spirit  mer.  25  Richmond  place 
Kippen,  Miss  Margaret,  1  Rutland  square 
Kirk,  Rev.  John,  Hopefield  cottage,  Greenhill 

gardens 
Kirk,  John,  W.S.  40  Heriot  Row 


Kerr,j!Llex.  boot  and  shoemaker,  7  Romilly  pi. 
Kerr,  Andrew,  clerk  (office  o/H.  M.  Works), 

Sciennes  gardens 
Kerr,  And.  A.  {Royal  Bank),  4  Broughton  pi. 
Kerr,  Archibald,  tailor,  17  West  Register  st. 
Kerr,  Chas.  M.  wine  mer.  9  Bernard  st.  Leith 

— house,  1 1  Dean  terrace,  Edinburgh 
Kerr,  Chas.  Jas.  sec.  Edin.  ^  Glasgow  Bank, 

45  Albany  street 
Kerr,  Geo.  grocer  and  tea  dealer,  48  Brough- 
ton street — house,  26  St  James'  square 
Kerr,  G  ,  china  warehouse,  149  Canongate 
Kerr,  George,  house  agent,  8  Hamilton  place 
Kerr,  Lieut.  Geo.  C,  R.N.  4  Saxe  Coburg  pi. 
Kerr,  Henry,  com.  agent,  53  Albany  street 
Kerr,  H.  N.  J.  40  Inverleith  row 
Kerr,  Hugh,  coach-hirer,  9  William  street 
Kerr,  James,  provision  merchant,27  Bridge  st. 
Kerr,  James,  grocer,  15  Poplar  lane 
Kerr,  James,  6  Gardner's  crescent 
Kerr,  James,  grocer,  89  Nicolson  street 
Kerr,  James,  missionary,  3  Shrub  place 
Kerr,  James,  Lieutenant  R.N.  Hope  cottage 
Kerr,  Jas.  tea  &  coffee  merchant,  21  Richmond 

place 
Kerr,  Jas.  bookseller  &  circulating   library, 

32  Nicolson  street 
Kerr,  James,  spirit  dealer,  155  West  port 
Kerr,  James,  hosier,  91  Nicolson  street 
Kerr,  James,  lath-splitter.  Low  Broughton 
Kerr,  John,  17  Norton  place 
Kerr,  John  B.  umbrella  manuf.  47  Tolbooth 

wynd — house,  13 
Kerr,  John,  grocer,  37  North  Richmond  street 
Kerr,  John,  grocer,  146  Cowgate 
Kerr,  Jonathan  D.  cupper  to  the  Queen 
Kerr,  R.  &  Son,  tailors  &  clothiers,  1  Elder  st. 
Kerr,  Robt.,  M.A.  classical  teacher,  3  Lothian 

street 
Kerr,  Robert  {Com.  Bank),  53  Albany  street 
Kerr,  Robt.  wine  mercht.  &  grocer,  5  and  6 

Richmond  lane 
Kerr,  Robert,  baker,  16  Hill  place — house,  7 

Hill  square 
Kerr,  Robert,  victual  dealer,  12  Jamaica  st. 
Kerr,  Thomas,  cowfeeder,  2  Riego  street 
Kerr,  Thomas  and  Son,  tailors  and  clothiers, 

85  South  bridge 
Kerr,  Thomas,  letter-carrier,  37  Arthur  st. 
Kt-rr,  Wm.  wine  &  spirit  merchant,  1  Princes 

street,  148  High  st.,  19  Hanover  street,  and 

Bridge  hotel,  1  Princes  street 
Kerr,  W.  steam  boat  &  coach  office,  1  Princes  st. 
Kerr,  William,  builder,  2  Lord  Russell  pi. 
Kerr,  Mrs,  19  Fettes  row 
Kerr,  Miss,  1 5  Scotland  street 
Kerr,  Miss  Agnes,  milliner,  31  Lothian  street 
Kerr,  Miss  G.  milliner,  &c.  3  Downie  place 
Kerr,  INIiss  Margaret,  31  Morrison  street 
Kerr,  Miss,  dressmaker,  Baxter's  close 
Kerr,  Miss,  4  Upper  Dean  terrace 
Ketching,  Wm.  clockmaker,  Malloch's  close, 

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Kirk,  John,  Ship  Inn,  Newhaven 
Kirk,  Robert,  13  Cassels'  place 
Kirk,  Mrs,  5  Roxburgh  place 
Kirkaldy,  Mrs,  22  Windsor  street 
Kirkham,  Mrs,  6\  Broughton  street 
Kirkhope,  John,  grocer  and   wine  mercht.  I 
So.  JNIelville  place— house,  3  Randolph  pi. 
Kirkland,  John,  clerk,  24  Gardner's  crescent 
Kirkland,  John,  manager  Duke  of  Hamilton's 

collieries,  10  Port-Hamilton 
Kirkland,  Mrs,  I  Hope  street,  Leith  walk 
Kirkland,  Mrs  James,  lodgings,  10  Preston  st. 
Kirkpatrick,  John,  advocate,  12  Charlotte  sq. 
Kirkwood   &    Murray,    wholesale    hardware 

merchants,  78  South  bridge 
Kirkwood,  Alexander,  die  and  stamp  cutter, 

Meuse  lane — house,  20  Pitt  street 
Kirkwood,  Alex,  flesher,  297  Canongate 
Kirkwood,  Charles,  accountant,  2  Paterson's 

court,  Old  Broughton 
Kirkwood,  James,  working  jewr.  12   Thistle 

street 
Kirkwood,  James,  goldsmith,  10  Duncan  street 
Kirkwood,  Rev.  James,  27  Claremont  street 
Kirkwood,  Robt.  tailor,  8  Brunswick  street 
Kirkwood,  Robt.  civil  engineer,  57  No.  bridge 

— house,  1  Carleton  street 
Kirkwood,  Waiter,  7  Hunter  square 
Kirkwood,  Wm.  &  Sons,  plumbers  and  gas- 
fitters,   West   Thistle    street  lane — house, 
Arniston  place 
Kirkwood,  Mrs  Captain  James,  25  Yorkpl. 
Kirkwood,  Mrs  John,  26  Royal  crescent 
Kirkwood,  Mrs,  30  Pitt  street 
Kirkwood,  Mrs,  1  Carlton  street 
Kirkwood,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  109  Rose  st. 
Kissock,  Miss,  10  Forres  street 
Kitchen,  John,  plasterer,  11  Cowan's  close 
Klausman,  A.  and  D.,  clockmakers,  10  Nicol- 

8011  street 
Kitchie,  Robert,  blacksmith,  9  Beauaiont  pi. 
Knapp,  Dr  John,  65  Inverleith  row 
Knight,  And.  waggoner.  Bowling-green  ho. 
Knight,  George,  1  Montpelier 
Knight,  G.  &  Son,  smiths  and  furnishing  iron- 
mongers, 21   Wtst  Register  street— ho.  24 
Calton  hill 
Knight,  R.  (of  G.  K.  and  Son),  26  Calton  hill 
Knight,  Wm.  hairdresser,  19  Kirkgate 
Knight,  W.,  gro.  &  spirit  dealer,  88  Canong. 
Knight,  Mrs,  grocer  &  spirit  deal.  6  Coburg  st. 
Knox  retreshnn-nt   rooms,  53  High  street — 

.John  M'Kechnie,  superintendent 
Knox,  Captain  Alexander,  3  Salisbury  place 
Knox,  James,  land  surveyor  iS:  civil  engineer, 

Tipperlinn 
Knox,  James,  Batlifield  cottage,  Leith 
Jvnox,   James,    glazier,    16   Catharine  street 

— houne,  4  Kast  Uroujihton  place 
Knox,  Samuel,  &  Dickson,  fringe   and  gimp  i 
manufacturers,    hosiers,  glovers,  &  small- 
ware   merchants,    13,    15,   and    17    South 
Hanover  street 


Knox,  Thomas  (ifi,  Samuel,  ^  Dickson),  67 
Hanover  street 

Knox,  Wra.,M.D.  and  surgeon,  11  Hart  street 

Knox,  Mrs,  16  Barony  street 

Knox,  Miss,  Drum,  Easter  road 

Knox,  Miss,  7  Fife  place 

Knox,  Miss,  15  Clerk  street 

Kohler,  E.  harp-string  maker,  187  High  street 

Kreutzer,  Bernhard,  director  of  music  to  H. 
R.H.  the  Grand  Duke  of  Baden,  1  Great 
Stuart  street 

Kyle,  Alexander,  baker,  82  Kirkgate 

Kyle,  James  &  Son,  bootmakers,  12  Constitu- 
tion street — house,  3  Madeira  street 

Kyle,  John,  coal  merchant,  3  St  Leonard's 
depot — house,  45  New  street 

Kyle,  Mrs  Archibald,  1  Whitfield  place, 
Leith  Walk 

Kyles,  Thomas,  carver  and  gilder,  2  Vennel 

Kynoch,  Mrs,  9  Torphichen  street 

Laidlaw  &  Cowan,  drapers  and  milliners,  294 

Lawnmarket 
Laidlaw,  David,  victualler  and  dairyman,  1 14 

Cowgate 
Laidlaw,  George,  grocer  and  spirit  merchant. 

New  lane,  Newhaven 
Laidlaw,  James,  baker,  4  Kerr  street 
Laidlaw,  R.  &  Son,  Venetian  blind  manufs. 

bell-hangers,  brassfounders,  gas-meter  ma- 
nufacturers, and  gasfitters,  Simon  square 
Laidlaw,  Mrs,  victual  dealer,  23  Arthur  st. 
Laidlaw,  Mrs,  3  Newington  place 
Laidlaw,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,   120  Nicolson  st. 
Laidlaw,  IMiss,  10  South  Gray  street 
Laidlaw,  Miss,  dressmaker,  32  Clerk  st. 
Laing,  A.  tailor  &  clothier,  23  Sandport  street 
Laing,  Archd.  C.  tailor,  29  N.  Richmond  st. 
Laing,  David,  Signet  library — house,  James' 

street,  Portobello 
Laing,  David,  writer,  5  Randolph  place 
Laing,  Geo.  Venetian  blind  maker  &  wright, 

70  Potterrow. — See  Adv. 
Laing,  H.  &  Co.  fishmongers,  I  Hope  street 
Laing,  James  B.(-B.  of  Scutlu^id),  27  Windsor 

street 
Laing,  James,  accountant,  19  St  Andrew  sq. 
Laing,  James  {R.  Schaw  &;  Co.),  15  Albany 

street,  Leith 
Laing,  John  and  Sons,  Royal  horse  bazaar,  & 

postmastfrs  to  her  JNlajesty,  Lothian  road  ■ 

— house,  7  St  Cuthbert's  glebe 
Laing,  Jn.  glass  stainer  and  japanntr,  8  Caltoa 

hill — house,  12  High  terrace 
Laing,  Rev.  .John,  26  Pitt  street 
Laing,  Rob.  {Rat/nl  Bank),  27  Windsor  street 
Laing,  R.  gravel  dealer,  Rosehall,  Newington 
Laing,  William,  ship  agent,  44  Bernard  street, 

— house,  9  Albany  street,  Leith 
Laing,  Mrs  Isabella,  matron,  Orphan  hospital 
Laing,  Mrs,  25  Gayfield  square 
Laing,  Mrs,  41  East  Claremont  street 
Laing,  Mrs,  22  London  street 


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Laing,  Mrs,  16  York  place 
Laing,  Miss,  32  Gilmore  place 
Laing,  Miss  Helen,  boarding-school,  Newh. 
Laird  &  Banks,  salt  manufacturers,  22  Con- 
stitution street 
Laird,  Robert  B.  (Z>.  §•  L.),  9  Grove  street 
Laird,  Mrs,  grocer,  5  East  Richmond  street 
Laird,  Mrs,  sick-nurse,  28  India  place 
Lamb,  Edm.  clerk,  Ho.  of  Refuge,  Canong. 
Lamb,  James,  glasg-stainer,  1  Market  place 
Lamb,  John,  builder,  Lothian  road — house, 

4  Dunbar  street 
Lamb,  John  and  Thomas,   slaters,  glaziers, 

and  house  agents,  78  Clerk  street 
Lamb,  Peter  (C'«s^OMw),  2  Vanburgh  pi.  Leith 
Lamb,  Richard,  accountant,  21  Leith  street 
Lamb,  Robert  (late  wood  merchant),  90  St  An- 
drew street,  Leith 
Lamb,  Robert,  embosser  and  black  borderer, 

11  Hanover  street 
Lamb,  Tho,  confectioner,  19  Leith  street — 

house,  21 
Lamb,  Thos.  &  J.  slaters,  glaziers,  and  house 

agents,  78  Clerk  street 
Lamb,  Wm.  wright,  10  Coatfield  lane,  Leith 
Lamb,  William,  wright,  40  Rose  street  lane 
Lamb,  Miss,  matron,  St  Cuthbert's  poorho. 
Lamb,  Mrs,  26  Duiidas  street 
Lambe,  A.  J.  8  Coates  crescent 
Lambie,  teacher,  2  Ellen  street.  North  Leith 
Lammie,  Hugh,  76  Broughion  street 
Lamond,  Alex,  accountant,  40  India  street 
Laraond,  Duncan,  15  Graham  street 
Lamond,  Duncan,  spirit  mercht.  1  Maitlandst. 
Laraond,  Jas.,  S.S.C  &  N.P.  11  Darnaway  st. 
Lamond,  John,  watchmaker,  16  Riddle's  ct. 
Lamond,  William,  W.S.  56  Buccleuch  st. 
Lamond,  Mrs  C^pt.  7  Frederick  street 
Lamond,  Mrs  Dr,  18  Windsor  street 
Lamond,  Miss  Christian,  56  India  street 
Lamont  and  Newton,  W.S.  33  Gt.  King  st. 
Lamont,  Alex,  of  Knockdow,  W.S.  28  Royal 

circus 
Lamont,  John,  manager,  Inverleith  nursery 
Lamont,  Mrs,  lodgings,  7  Park  street 
L'Amy,  Sylvester,  27  Northumberland  street 
L'Aray,  Miss,  27  Northumberland  street 
Lancaster,  Mrs,  lodgings,  35  Moray  place 
Lancefield,  Alfred,  civil  engineer,  surveyor, 
teacher  of  fortifications,  and  civil  and  mili- 
tary engineering  drawing,  6  S.  Castle  st. 
Land,  E.  M.  &  Co.  printers,  25  St  James' sq. 
Landale,  David,  mining  engineer,  6  Forth 
Landale,   Robert,    of  Pitmedden,    S.SiC.  & 

N.P.  9  Drummond  place 
Landale,  T.  and  R.,  S.S.C.  18  Forth  street 
Landale,  Thomas,  S.S.C.  18  Forth  street 
Landels,  Mrs  E.  spirit  dealer,  1  Haddington  pi. 
Lane,  Thos.  school-slate  maker,  37  Leith  walk 
Lane,  Mrs  T  ,  Taaphall,  Ferry  road 
liang,  Daniel,  11  Henry  street 
Lang,  Peter  {Com.  Bank),  8  Wharton  place 
Lang,  Rob.  L.  writer,  10  Grove  street 


Lang,  Samuel,  fishing-rod  and  tackle  mauu- 

facturer,  59  Princes  street 
Lang,  Mrs  W.  8  Danube  street 
Lang,  Mrs  Margaret,  3  Blacket  place 
Lang,  Miss,  George  street,  Leilh 
Lang,  Miss  Mary,  Greenhill  bank 
Langhorn,  Mrs,  1  South  Charlotte  street 
Langlands,  William,  wright,  Tipperlinn  cot. 
Lapsley,  Mrs,  24  South  Castle  street 
Largie,  J.  Edin.  Ropery  Co.  Fritbfield  cottage 
Larnach,  Alex,   commercial  hotel,   14   Com- 
mercial place 
Lascelles,  Mrs,  broker,  262  Cowgate 
Latimer,  George  B.  watch  and  clock  maker. 

Cant's  close 
Latimer,  Mrs,  14  Castle  street        ^ 
Latimer,   Mrs,    proprietor    of    M'Phersou's 

ointment,  Cant's  close 
Latta,  Mrs  Robert,  St  Ann's  Bank  house 
Latta,  Mrs  T.  A.  39  Minto  street 
Lauder,  A.,  carpet  manufacturer,  draper,  and 

furnishing  warebouee,   46  Princes  street — 

house,  17  Windsor  street 
Lauder,    James   Eckford,   E.S.A.    historical 

and  portrait- painter,  24  Fettes  row 
Lauder,  James,  19  Lutton  place 
Lauder,  John,  victual  dealer,  55  Canongate 
Lauder,  Sir  John  Dick,  Bart,  of  P'ountainhall, 

The  Grange  house 
Lauder,  Thomas,  baker,  9  East  Regi?ter  street 
Lauder,  William,  3  Darling's  buildings 
Lauder,  Dowager  Lady  Dick,  Greenhill  house, ' 

Bruntsfield  links 
Lauder,  Mrs  Catherine,  lodgings,  1  Alva  street 
Lauder,  Mrs,  17  Windsor  street 
Lauder,  Mrs  George,  5  Lothian  road 
Lauder,  Mrs  Dr,  8  Windmill  street 
Lauder,  Miss  M.  lace  cleaner,  13  Fredrck.  st. 
Laughton,  Mrs  Jane,  lodgings,  7  Hill  place 
Laule,  Fidely,  German''clock  maker  and  Ger- 
man fancy  bazaar,  5  North  bridge  and  92 

South  bridge 
Laurence,  Geo.  C.  hair-dresser,  25  Rose  st. 
Laurence,  William,  surveyor,  1  Darnaway  st. 
Laurie  &  Glover,painters,  30  West  Register  et 
Laurie,  Alex.  &  Co.  printers  to  her  Majesty, 

13  North  Bank  street 
Laurie,  A.  surg.  &  druggist,  47  Broughton  st. 
Laurie,  Andw.  upholsterer,  3  Saunders  street 
Laurie,  Geo.  dairy,  6  Elbe  street 
Laurie,  James,  conjunct  town-clerk,  10  Royal 

Exchange — house,  43  Ann  street 
Laurie,  J.,  groc.  and  spirit  mer.,  52  Yardheads 
Laurie,  Jdhn,  teacher,  31  Coatfield  lane,  Leith 
Laurie,  Peter,  Helena  cottage,  Sciennes  hill 
Laurie,  R.  {L.  Son,  &^  Co.),  21  Claremont  cr. 
Laurie,  R.  painter  &  paper-hanger,  3  Davie  st. 
Laurie,  Robert  (T.  B.    Campbell  6i  Co.),   118 

Constitution  street 
Laurie,  Thomas,   writer  and  accountant,   6 

Clarence  street 
Laurie,  Son,  and  Co.,  American  merchants, 

10  Quality  street 


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Laurie,  Thomas,  auctioneer  and  appraiser,  26 

Rankeillor  street 
Laurie,  Wro.  Alex.,"W".S.  Gazette  keeper,  and 

Sec.  Grand  Lodge  of  Scotland,   13   North 

Bank  street 
Laurie,  Wm.  victual  dealer,  161  Rose  street 
Laurie,    Wm.   F.    Hunterj  W.S.    1    Avenue 

villas,  Comely  bank  i 

Laurie,  Wm.  accountant,  126  Lauriston  pL 
Laurie,  Mrs  James,  9  Hill  place 
Laurie,  Miss,  dressmaker,  67  Cumberland  st. 
Law  Life  Assurance  Society  of  London,  33 

York  place — D.  Cormack,  agent. — See  Adv. 
Law  Property  Fire  and  Life  Assurance  Co. 

25  York  place  ; 

Law,  Geo.  {w.  S^  G.  L.),  Rose  park,  Trinity 
Law,  George,  gardener,  Hiilhousefield 
Law,  James,  tailor  &  clothier,  429  Lawnmar. 
Law,  John,  working  jeweller,  3  Hanover  st. 
Law,  John,  victual  dealer,  5  ToUcross 
Law,  John,  Hillhouse6eld 
Law,  Philip,  officer,  Commissioner  of  North. 

Lights,  84  George  street 
Law,  Robt.  H.  grocer  and  wine  merchant,  16 

GreensiJe  street 
Law,  W.  and  G.  dealers  in  tea  and  coffee,  31 

St  Andrew  square 
Law,  Wm.  (  W.  c^  G.  L.),  Hermitage,  Mur- 

rayfield 
Law,  Mrs,  midwife  and  ladies'  nurse,  13  Rae- 

burn  place 
Law,  Mrs  Helen,  midwife,  3  Dean  street 
Laws,  Mrs  A.  T.,  Retreat  cottage,  Sciennes 
Law,  iSIiss  Elizabeth,  32  Saxe  Coburg  place 
Law,  Miss  S.  grocer,  Water  of  Leith 
Lawder,  James,  mason  and  chimney-sweep, 

Merrilees'  close 
Lawrence,  David,  clerk,  Granton  pier 
Lawrence,  James,  surgeon  R.N.  20  Minto  st. 
Lawrence,  Jane  A.  baby  linen  warehouse,  79 

Princes  street 
Lawrenson,  W.  H.  sp.  deal.  10  Commercial  pi. 
Lawrenson,  Wm.  spirit  dealer,  56  Bernard  st. 
Lawrie  &  Ritchie, brassfound.  12  Catharine  st. 
Lawrie,  A.  &  Co.  commission  coke  and  coal 

merchts.  24  Sheriff  brae,  Leiih — house, Cor- 

storphine 
Lawrie,  Alex,  spirit  merchant,  9  Dock  place 
Lawrie,  Alex,  flrshcr,  40  High  street 
Lawrie,  Alex,  music-teacher,  11  York  place 
Lawrie,  Alex.  &  Sons,  commission  merchants, 

6  St  Andrew  sq. — house,  46  Castle  st. 
Lawrie,  Aw.  coke  and  coal  wharf,  24  Shirra 

brae,  Leith 
Lawrii',  A.  T.  surgeon,  Parkside  house 
Lawrie,  Andrew,  16  Downie  place 
Lawrie,  Charles,  flesher,  71  Broughton  st. 
Lawrie,  Henry,  clothitr,  7  Hill  ^qua^e 
Lawrie,    J.    cabinetmaker    and    upholsterer, 

.32  Causeyside 
Lawrie,  JameH,  M.D.  surg.  22  Rankeillor  st. 
Lawrie,  James,  grocer,  5  East  Sciennes  Bt. 
Lawrie,  James,  flesher  4  Duke  street,  Leith 


Lawrie,  J.  W.  (Sanderson  §•  i.),  6  Hay's  court 
Lawrie,  John  (Z.  |-  R.),  2  St  James'  place 
Lawrie,  John,  baker,  26  Rose  street 
Lawrie,  Robt.  mess.  Com.  Bank.,  10  George  st. 
Lawrie,  Thomas,  marble  cutter,  37  Leith  walk 
Lawrie,  William   H.   commission  merchant, 

46  N.  Castle  street 
Lawrie,  W.  mills,  Coltbridge,  Murrayfield 
Lawrie,  Mrs  Rachel,  47  Constitution  street 
Lawrie,  Mrs,  16  South  Charlotte  street 
Lawrie,  Mrs,  39  St  Leonard  street 
Lawrie,  Miss,  17  Arthur  street 
Lawrie,  Miss,  9  Ain^lie  place 
Lawson,  Andw.  (G.P.-O.),  40  Model  build. 
Lawson,  Charles  (P.  L.  §-  iion),  35  George  sq. 
Lawson,  Francis,  1  Annandale  street 
Lawson,  Geo.  boot  and  shoemaker,  86  Rose  st. 
Lawson,  George,  46  Charlotte  square 
Lawson,  G.  assistant-secretary  and  curator  to 

the  Botanical  Society,  7  Hill  square 
Lawson,  George,  baker  and  conft'Ctioner,  1 

Arniston  place — ho.  29  Upper  Gray  st. 
Lawson,  George,  poulterer  and  victual  dealer, 

1  North  St  Andrew  street 
Lawson,  James,  W.S.  33  London  street 
Lawson,   James,   tobacco  and  snufF  manufr. 

110  West  port — house,  9  Graham  st. 
Lawson,  James  H.  Bos  well  road,  Wardie 
Lawson,  Jas.  letter-carrier,  6  S.  St  James'  st. 
Lawson,   James,    wright,    83   Rose   street — 

house,  1  Tollcross 
Lawson,  John,  dairy,  21  Water  lane 
Lawson,  John,  flesher,  180  Canongate 
Lawson,  John  and  Robert,  victual  dealers, 
I      64  Grassmarket 

I  Lawson,  Mich.,S.L.&S.S.C.  16  S.  Bridge  st. 
I  Lawson,  Peter  &  Son,  nurserymen,  seeds- 
1      men,  and   wood  foresters  to  the  Queen's 
most  excellent  majesty,  and   to  the  High- 
land and  Agricultural  Society  of  Scotland, 
1    Geo.    IV.    bridge.  —  Nurseries,    Golden 
Acres,    Bangholm,    Inverleith    row,    and 
Lilliput,  Trinity 
Lawson,  Wm.  coach-hirer,  25  Duke  street 
Lawson,  William,  silk  and  merino  dyer,  31 

West  Nicolson  street 
Lawson,  William,  10  Young  street 
Lawson,  Wm.  glazier,  39  Bridge  street 
Lawson,  William,  5  Glover  street 
Lawson,  Mrs  William,  ladies'  nurse,  4  Little 

King  street 
Lawson,  Mrs,  cook,  39  India  place 
Lawson,  jNIiss,  21  Fettes  row 
Lawson,  Miss,  designer  and  ornamental  hair- 
worker,  47  Cumberland  street 
Lawson,  blisses,  dressmakers,  9  Chapel  street 
LawtoD,  ]\Ir8  Allison,  4  Springfield 
Lazzaroni,  Ant,  figure  maker,  96  Princes  st. 
Lazzaroni,  Ant.  spirit  dealer,  184  Cowgate 
Leackie,  G,  grocer  and  fruitertr,  1  Dundas  st. 
Leailbetter,  C.  architect,  Dick's  place,  Grange 
Leadbetter,  James,  spirit  and  provision  mer- 
chant, 26  Causeyside  and  12  Canning  pi. 


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Lear,  William,  23  Pitt  street 

Learmont,  James    and  Co.,  Port-Hopetoun 

foundry,  69  Fountainbridge 
Learmonth,  A.  victual  dealer,  54.  Bristo  et. 
Learmonth,  John,  of  Dean,  6  Moray  place 
Learmonth,  Thomas,  beilhanger,gasfitter,  and 

coal  merchant,  10  Barony  street 
Learmonth,  Misses,  board,  sch.  1 1  Rutland  sq. 
Leask,  J.  B.  ironm.  10  Tolbooth  wynd,  Leith 

— house,  1  Union  street,  foot  of  Leith  v/alk 
Leaton,  Miss,  of  Hoppyland  castle,  88  Abbey 

hill 
Leavock,  Mrs,  6  Windmill  street 
Leburn,  Thomas,  S.S.C  .58  George  square 
Leburn,  Pat.  M.  writer,  8  Upper  Gilmore  pi. 
Leckie,  John,  spirit  merchant,  214  Cowgate 
Leckie,    William,   cashier.    Com.  Bank,   22 

Picardy  place 
Leckie,  Mrs,  22  Picardy  place 
Leckie,  Mrs,  4  Stafford  street 
Le  Conte,  John,  engraver,  15  St  James'  eq. 
Ledingham,  Alex.  M.  merchant,  6  Hermitage 

place,  Leith 
Lee,  the  Very  Rev.  Dr  John,  Principal  of 

the  University,  College 
Lee,  .Tames  {Begbie  and  Z.),  5  Nicolson  sq. 
Lee,  Richard,  lace  merchant,  1 1  Nicolson  st. 
Lee,  Rev.  Robt.  D.D.  professor,  24  George  sq. 
Lee,  Wm.    corn  merchant,  2   Leven  street 

— house,  2  Gilmore  place 
Lee,  Miss,  21  Leopold  place 
Lee,  Misses,  ladies'  school,  5  Nicolson  sq. 
Leechman,    Alex,  coal  mercht.  3  Downie  pi. 

Port  Hopetoun 
Leechman,  Jas.  merchant,  4  Park  street 
Leechman,  Miss,  Merchant  Maiden  hosp. 
Leef,  Mrs  Robert,  72  Northumberland  st. 
Lees,  Charles,  R.S.A.  19  Scotland  street 
Lees,  David,  33  Earl  Grey  street 
Lees,    George,    LL.D.    lecturer  on  natural 

philosophy,  School  of  Arts 
Lees,  Henry,  secretary  Edin.  Perth  and  Dun- 
dee Railway,  26  Royal  crescent 
Lees,  John,  tobacco  manufr.  3  Brown  square 

— house,  Argyle  park 
Lees,  Robt.  surg.  &  druggist,  20  Nicolson  st. 
Legal  and  General  Life  Assurance  Society,  7 

Nelson  st. — Murray  &  Rhind,  W.S.  agents 
Legal  and  Commercial  Life  and  Manchester 

Fire  Assurance  Societies,  8  Bank  street — 

James  P.  Falkner,  S.S.C.  agent 
Legat,  R.  leather  and  hide  factor,  28  Blair  st. 
Leggat,  G.  &  J.  whip  and  thong  makers  to  the 

Queen,  4  Brown  square. — See  Adv. 
Leggat,  Jas.  manager,  Benniehill  and  Strath- 

aven  collieries,    4   Port-Hopetoun — house, 

17  Portland  place 
Leggat,  James,  16  Chapel  street 
Leggat,  Robert,  spirit  merchant  and  coach- 
hirer,  54  Broughton  street 
Leggat,  Miss,  17  Portland  place 
Leggate,  D.  D.  skinners,  leather  manufacturers 

and  wool  merchants,  Dean  Skinner  works 


Legget,  Robert,  skinner,  tanner,  and  wool  mer- 
chant. Water  of  Leith 
Leighton,  Alex.  York  lodge.  Trinity 
Leighton,  George  (G.  P.  O/^ce),  5  James'  pi, 
Leighton,  Robert,  flesher,  6  Charlotte  place — 

house,  \  Grove  street 
Leishman,  James,  merchant,  42  Minto  street 
Leishman,  John,  W.S.  18  Drummond  place 
Leitch,  Alex,  tailor  and  clothr.  3  E.  Regist.  st. 
Leitch,  John,  9  Antigua  street 
Leitch,  Thos.  tailor,  15  Dean  street 
Leith  and  Rottekdam  St.  Ship.  Co.'s  office, 

5  Wet  docks — Geo.  Gibson  &  Co.  agents 
Leith,  Jas.  chem.  and  druggist,  14  Union  pi. 
Leiih,  John,  solicitor,  123  Constitution  street 

— house,  2  Portland  terrace 
Leith,  Sara,  lithographic  printer,  9  South  St 

Andrew  street 
Leith  Barm  Co.  of  Bakers,  4  Spence's  place 
Leith  Candle  Co.  Old  Sugar-house  close,  and 

20  Frederick  street,  Edinburgh 
Leith  Com.  List  office,  2  Bernard  st.  Leith 
Leith  Dock  Commission  office.  Customhouse, 

Leith 
Leith  Mechanics'  Library,  13  Tolbooth  wynd 
Leith  News-room,  51  Tolbooth  wynd 
Leiih   and    Newcastle   Steam-packet   Com- 
pany, 44  Bernard  street 
Leith  Public  Library,  116  Constitution  st. 
Leith  Poor's  House,  South  Junction  street 
Leith  Reading- Rooms,  130  Constitution  street 
Leith,  South,  Parochial  Office,  Junction  road 
Lemmi,  Enrico,  LL.D.  teacher  of  Italian,   1 

Rutland  street 
Lendrum,  R.  &  Co.  booksellers  and  station- 
ers, 20  Hanover  St. — ho.  5  N.  Charlotte  st. 
Lennie,  Jas.  optician,  14  Leith  street — ho.  17 

St  James*  square 
Lennie,  James,  spirit   merchant,  42    Cross- 
causey 
Lent,  James,  Old  Ship  hotel,  28  Shore 
Leny,  James  M.  of  Dalswinton,  27  Abercromby 

place 
Lennie,  P.  agent,  9  Davie  street 
Lennox,  James,   spirit  merchant,  42  Cross- 
causey 
Lennox,  Mrs,  dressmaker,  97  Nicolson  street 
Lennox,  Mrs  Ann,  lodgings,  21  Lothian  st. 
Leon,  Morris,  &  Co.  wax  chandlers  and  general 

agents,  7  Ingliston  street 
Leslie,  A.  tinsmith  and  gasfitter,  60  Pleasance 
Leslie,  Andrew,  stationer,  37  Earl  Grey  st. 
Leslie,  Geo.  {Cowan  S^-  Co.),  13  St  James'  sq. 
Leslie,  James,  civil  engineer,  72  George  street 

— house,  2  Charlotte  square 
Leslie,  John,  6  Howe  street 
Leslie,  John,  4  Forth  street 
Leslie,  Thomas,  tailor,  9  Bridge  street 
Leslie,  Captain  William,  24  Minto  street 
Leslie,  Wm.,  W.S.  (Inglis  ^'  Leslie),  2  Nelson 

street 
Leslie,  Hon.  Mrs  George,  3  Inverleith  terrace 
Leslie,  Mrs,  4  Albany  street 


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Leslie,  Miss,  20  Fettes  row 

Lessels,  John,  architect,  21  Heriot  row 

Lethem,  James,  tobacconist,  7i  Shore — house, 

2  Regent  street 

Lethem,  James,  jun.  {Customs),  Madeira  st. 
LettoD,  W.  H.  tail  or  and  clothier,  1^  N.  bridge 
Letton,  W.  H.  9  Elder  street 
Leuchars,  David,  shoemaker,  Newhaven 
Leven,  John,  W.S.  1  Bellevue  crescent 
Levy,  Philip,  fur  manufr.  25  Hanover  street 
Levy,  JL  A.  clothier  and  woollen  draper,  94, 

96,  and  98  So.  bridge,  and  7  St  Andrew  sq 
Levy,  M.  A.,  21  Clarendon  crescent 
Lewis  &  Beater,  general  drapers  and  lacemen, 

7  7,  78,  7  9,  and  80  Leith  street 
Lewis,  Chas.  tobacconist,  1  Bernard  street 
Lewis,  David,  bootmaker,  217  High  street — 

ho.  Farquharson  place 
Lewis,  Rev.  James,  Claremont  park,  Leith 
Lewis,  James,  grocer,  wine  and  spirit  mer- 
chant, 34  Hanover  street 
Lewis,  Jas.  grocer,  6  &  7  Market  street  and 

177  Canongate — house,  1  George  square 
Lewis,  John  {Lewis  ^'  Beater),  8  Salisbury 

place,  Newington 
Lewis,  William,  4  Crosscausey 
Lewis,  Mrs  H.  \\  .  3  Henderson  row 
Lewis,  Mrs,  1  Park  street 
Lewis,  Miss,  ladies'  school,  19  Rutland  tq 
Liddall  and  Sons,  watchmakers,  silversmiths, 

and  jewellers,  5  Bank  st. 
Liddall,  B.  {of  Liddall  ^'  Sons),  6  Fingal  pi. 
Liddall,  ^Ym.  (of  Liddal  S,^  Sonft)  2  JMeadow  pi. 
Liddell  Brothers,  engravers  and  gen.  printers, 

62  Charlotte  street,  Leich 
Liddell,  James,  upholsterer,  6  St  James'  st. 
Liddell,  Joseph  M.  accountant,  Cambrian  Fire 

and  Life  Insurance  Co.  8  South  St  David  st. 

— house,  12  Scotland  street 
Liddell,  J.  J.  optician,  artificer  in  glass,  &c. 

3  Hanover  street 

Liddell,  Robt.  engraver  and  lithographer,  46 

Nicolson  street 
Liddell,  W.  H.  currier,  135  West  port 
Liddell,  AVilliam,  wright,  77  Clerk  street 
Liddell,  IMiss,  2  Meadow  place 
Liddle,  James,  victual  dealer,  531  Castlehill 
Liddle,  Joseph,  S.S.C.  12  Scotland  street 
Liddle,  Thomas,  gardener,  Heriot  hill 
Lidgate,  Jn.  leather  mercht.  6-b  St  Patrick  sq. 
Lite    Association    of    Scotland,    2    Hanover 

street — John  Fraser,  manager. — See  Adv. 
Lightbody,  John,  staff- surgeon,  17  Danube  st. 
Lillie,  .Joseph,  4  I  George  square 
Lillie,  Peter,  smith,  Chalmers'  close 
Lillie,  Miss,  Rankeillor  place 
Lillico,  "William,  baker,  1  Brown  street 
Limond,  Mrs,  18  Rutland  square 
Limont,  Mrs,  3  Sylvan  place 
Lind,  Andrew,  jun.  tailor,  clothier,  and  gene- 
ral outlitttr,  12  Dock  place 
Jviiid,    Andrew,  sen.   tailor  and   clothier,  30 
Kirkgate 


Lind,  David,  tailor  &  clothier.  Glover  street 
Lind,  David,  stone  merchant  and  builder,  2 

Port-Hopetoun — house,  1  S.  Charlotte  st. 
Lind,    Robert,    commission   sale    rooms,   21 

Picardy  place— house,  17  London  street 
Lind,  Wm.  cheese  merchant,  4  Lothian  street 
Lindesay,  Jas.  &  Sons,  wine   merchants,  33 
Quality  st — ho.  18  Constitution  st.  Leith 
Lindesay,   James,   of  Feddinch,   wine   mer- 
chant, 18  Constitution  street 
Lindesay,  Jas.  jun.,  W.S.  110  George  street 
Lindesay,  Mrs  Patrick,  48  Albany  street 
Lindesay,  Mrs  Wm.  22  Regent  terrace 
Lindores,  Wm.  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  55 

Frederick  street 
Lindsay,  Mackay,  &  Howe,  W.  S.  62  Castle  st. 
Lindsay  &  Paterson,  W.S.  24  Dublin  street 
Lindsay  and  Shaw,  pharmaceutical  chemists 

and  druggists,  1 1  Elm  row 
Lindsay  &  Son,  grain  merchants,  31  Cowgate 
Lindsay,  Chas.  &  Co  plumbers,  brass  found- 
ers, and  meter  manufacurers,  8  Green- 
side  street 
Lindsay,  D.  painter  and  glazier,  56  Bristo  st. 
Lindsay,  Don.,  &  Geo.  A.  Esson,  accountants, 

59  George  street 
Lindsay,  Donald,  15  Abercromby  place 
Lindsay,  George,  rope  manuf.  28  Horse  wynd 
Lindsay,  Geo.  (Z.  ^  Son).,  65  Lauriston  place 
Lindsay,  Geo.  47  Constitution  street 
Lindsay,  J.  dairy,  78  Queen  street 
Lindsay,  James  &  Sons,  agents  and  wholesale 

wine  and  spirit  merchants,  5  Royal  Exch. 
Lindsay,  Jas.  {Susine  office),  42  Gilmore  pi. 
Lindsay,  James,  baker,  73  Kirkgate — ho.  52 
Lindsay  J.  painter  and  glazier,  12  Chapel  st. 
Lindsay,  James,  W.S.  1  Minto  street 
Lindsay,  James,  fruit  salesman,  8  Physic gard. 

— house,  13  Aigyle  square 
Lindsay,  Jas.  bookseller,  32  Candlemaker  row 
Lindsay,  John  M.,  P.C.S.  19  Melville  street 
Lindsay,  John,  18  West  Richmond  street 
Lindsay,  John,  printer,  1  Buccleuch  street 
Lindsay,  John,  cowfeeder.  Link  well,  Leith 
Lindsay,  John,  gardener.  Bower's  hall 
Lindsay,  Jn.  coal  mercht.  2  E.  &  G.  R. 
Lindsay,  Robert,  printer,  1  Buccleuch  street 
Lindsay,  Robert,  8  Brunton  place 
Lindsay,  Robert,  fruiterer,  8  Physic  gardens 
Lindsay,  Thos.  shipmaster,  30  Charlotte  street, 

Leith 
Lindsay,  Thos.  shoe  merchant,  171   High  st. 

— house,  4  Lindsay  place 
Lindsay,  Thos.  silk  dyer,  35  Leith  street 
Lindsay,  Thos.  S.  assistant  sec.  and  cashier  to 

JScoltin/i  N.  Plot.  Sac.  85  Great  King  st. 
Lindsay,  William   (^Mercury  office),  3  West 

Preston  street 
Lindsay,  Win.,  S.S.C.  &  Xotary  Public,  124 
Constitution  st.— ho.  Hermitage  hill  house 
Lindsay,  R.  surgeon,  8  Brunton  place 
Lindsay,  Wm.  cooper,  31   Hanover  street — 
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Lindsay,  Wm.  tailor  and  clothier,  2  Drum- 
raond  street 

Lindsay,  William,  ropemaker,  47  Rose  street 

Lindsay,  Mrs,  7  Cassells'  place 

Lindsay,  Mrs,  Bathfield  house 

Lindsay,  Miss,  8  Duncan  street,  Newington 

Lindsay,  Miss,  25  Forth  street 

Lindsay,  Misses,  straw-hat  makers,  175 
Canon  gate 

Linkie,  Thomas,  china  dealer,  15  Home  st. 

Linklater,  J.  &  J.  provision  dealers,  104 
Grassmarket — house,  62 

Linklater,  Mrs  M.  tavern,  71  Shore 

Linn,  Mrs  PL  4.  East  Adam  street 

Linton,  Andrew,  cork-cutter,  87  High  street 

Linton,  Thomas,  superintendent  of  police. 
Parliament  square 

Linton,  W.  C.  painter,  5  Frederick  street — 
house,  8  Mackenzie  place 

Linton,  Mrs,  dressmaker,  73  Rose  street 

List,  Alfred  John,  justice  of  peace  fiscal  for 
the  county,  and  superint.  county  police^ 
county  hidings. — ho.  Clarkeville, Grange  rd. 

List,  Alfred  0.  C.  {Bank  of  Scotland)^  Clarke- 
ville, Grange  road 

List,  Louis  G.  {Exchequer),  Clarkeville, 
Grange  road 

Lister,  Richard,  commercial  traveller,  31  S. 
Clerk  street 

Liston,  Alexander,  22  St  John  street 

Liston,  Andrew,  spirit  dialer,  Newhaven 

Liston,  David,  professor  of  Oriental  languages. 
Elm  cottage,  west,  Whitehouse  gardens 

Liston,  Mrs  Ramage,  19  St  Cuthbert  street 

Lithgow  &  Purdie,  house  painters  and  deco- 
rators, 60  Hanover  street  and  15  George  st. 

Little  and  Reid,  joiners  and  cabinetmakers, 
107  High  street 

Little,  A.  &  A.  ironmongers,  35  Hanover  st. 

Little,  Andrew,  St  Bernard's  cottage 

Little,  Jas.  commission  agent,  12  Catharine  st. 
— house,  17  Elm  row 

Little,  Jas.  jun.  tobacconist,  28  Princes  street 

Little,  Jn.  commission  agent,  12  Catharine  st. 

Little,  Robert,  Royal  Institution,  Mound 

Little,  Mrs,  18  Fettes  row 

Little,  Mrs  W.  M.  3  Pitt  street,  Bonnington 

Littlejohn,  David,  writer,  13  North  Bank  st. 

Littlejohn,  Dr,  67  York  place 

Littlejohn,  T.  M.  confec,  31  and  3-3  Leith  st. 

Littlejohn,  Mrs,  67  York  place 

Littlejohn,  Mrs,  2  Minto  street,  Newington 

Liverpool  and  London  Fire  and  Life  Insur- 
ance Co K.  Mackenzie  aa:ent,  29  North- 
umberland street 

Livingston  &  Gibson,  clothiers  and  outfitters, 
106  South  bridge 

Livingston  and  Weir,  mercantile  agents,  7 
Roxburgh  place 

Livingston,  Alex,  general  agent  and  cork  ma- 
nufacturer, 15  St  Patrick  square — house,  12 
Buccleuch  place 

Livingston,  Alex.  14  Barony  street 


Livingston,  J.  messenger.  Commercial  Bank, 

10  George  street 
Livingston,  John,    tailor    and    clothier,    20 

South  bridge 
Livingston,  .John,  S.S.C.  11  Young  street — 

house,  4  Danube  street 
Livingston,  John,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  30 

and  32  Water  lane 
Livingston,  Josiah,  hosier,  glover,  and  shirt- 
maker,  37  George  st — ho.  31  Scotland  st. 
Livingston,  Jos.  (/y.  ct  Weir),  6  Arniston  place 
Livingston,  R.  F.  herbalist,  15  Ingiiston  st. 
Livingston,  Mrs,  7  Buccleuch  street 
Livingston's  lodgings,  16  Castle  street 
Lizars,  Professor,  consulting  &  operating  sur- 
geon, 15  South  Charlotte  street 
Lizars,  W.  H.  engraver,  lithographer,  copper- 
plate and  letterpress  printer,  3  St  James'  sq. 
Lizars,  Mrs,  Bonnington  bank 
Lloyd,  John,  agent,  31  B  rough  ton  place 
Loch,  Thomas  Francis  Erskine,  Rear-admiral, 

27  George  square 
Locke,  Mrs,  6  Comely  bank 
Lockhart,  Archibald,  8  Shakspeare  square 
Lockhart,  William,  gardener,  Dean 
Lockhart,  Mrs  Elizabeth,  3  W.  Claremontst. 
Lockhart,  Miss  M.  Elliot,  5  Rutland  place 
Lockhart,  Miss  Ann,  of  Castlehill,  40  Ann  st. 
Lockie,  Ch.   merchant,  25    W.  Nicolson  st. 
Lockie,  Tliomas,  32  William  street 
Lockie,  William,  tailor,  118  West  port 
Lockie,  Mrs,  lodgings,  6  Brighton  street 
Loewenstein,  Sigismund,  teacher  of  German, 

5  York  place 
Loewenstein,  Madame,  teacher  of  piano  and 

French,  5  York  place 
Loewentbal,  M.  chiropodist,  14  North  Bank 

street  and  7  James'  court 
Logan,  Alex.  S.  advocate,  sheriff  of  Forfar- 
shire, 12  York  place 
Logan,  Edmond,  W.S.  141  George  street 
Logan,  Geo.,   W.S.  clerk  of  teinds  Register 

house.  Hawthorn  brae,  Duddingston 
Logan,  George,  writer,  3  South  Howard  pi. 
Logan,    Hugh,  ship  carver,  49  Timber  bush 
Logan,  James,  13  Annandale  street 
Logan,  John  {Mackenzie,  Innes,  andL.),  29 

India  street 
Logan,  John,  6  Malta  terrace 
Logan,  John,  printer,  86  Pleasance 
Logan,  John,  watchmaker,  5  Dean  street 
Logan,  John,  Broughton  point 
Logan,  William,  Broughton  point 
Logan,  Mrs,  Seafield  lodge 
Logan,  Mrs,  7  East  Claremont  street 
Logan,  Mrs,  18  Dundas  street 
London   Assurance   Corporation — Alexander 

Stevenson,  S.S.C.  agent,  4  St  Andrew  sq. 
London    Mission.  Society,   Edin.  Auxiliary 
to — W.  F.  Watson,  treasurer,  52  Princes  st. 
London  Hotel,  2  St  Andrew  square 
London  &  Edin.  Ship.  Co.'s  clippers  office, 
67  Shore — Archibald  Ritchie,  manager 


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London  Union  Assurance  Society  and  An- 
nuity Office,  20  Nelson  st.  and  16  Hill  st. — 
See  Adv. 
London  Union  Fire  and  Life  Assurance 
Co.  and  Annuity  Office,  17  George  street 
— J.  G.  Harrison,  agent 
London'  and  Leith  Old  Shipping  Co.'s  office, 

71  Shore 
London,   Leith,   Edin.   and  Glasgow   Ship. 
Co.'s  office,  Upper  drawbridge,  Leith, and  9 
Waterloo  place — Thos.  Dowie,  manager. — 
See  Adv. 
London    General   Steam  Navigation  Co.    21 
Waterloo  place,  Edin.  and  14  Shore,  Leith 
— R.  W.  Hamilton,  manager. — See  Adv. 
London  Printg.  &  Pubg.  Co.  3  Roxburgh  st. 
Long,  Thomas,  engineer  and  machine  maker, 

Logan's  close — house,  45  New  street 
Longmore,  Adam  C.  {Exch.)^  2  Mansfield  pi. 
Longmore,  John  Alex.,  W.S.  56  Melville  st. 
Lorimer,  G.  builder  and  contr.  18  Graham  st. 
Lorimer,  James,  advocate,  27  Alva  street 
Lorimer,  James,  civil  engineer  and  surveyor, 

41  George  st. — house,  10  Torphichen  st. 
Lorimer,  John,  builder,  10  Torphichen  street 
Lorimer,  John,  advocate,  19  Albany  street 
Lorimer,  Wm.,  S.S.C.  18  Annandale  street 
Lorimer,  Mrs,  69  York  place 
Lothian,  Andrew,  S.S.C.  6  Elm  row 
Lothian,  D.  and  Son,  painters,  3  York  place 
Lothian,  John,  painter,  25  Barony  street 
Lothian,  John,  victual  dealer,  244  Canongate 
Lothian,  George,  1 1  Carlton  street 
Lothian,  Maurice,  procurator-fiscal  for  county, 

County  buildings — ho.  28  Drummond  pi. 
Lothian,  Peter,  gardener,  10  Saunders'  street 
Lothian,  Mrs  John,  15  Carlton  terrace 
Lothian,  Mrs,  grocer,  1 1  Greenside  row 
Lothian,  Mrs,  25  Barony  street 
Lothians  and  Finlay,  solicitors,  GO  George  Bt. 
Louden,  David,  lodgings,  44  Howe  street 
Lough,  John,  chimney-sweeper,  19  Wm.  st. 

and  14  Jamaica  street. — See  Adv. 
Loughton,  Alex,  lodgings,  146  Princes  street 
Love,  M.  &  J.  milliners,  &c.  9  Hill  square 
Love,  Miss  E.  milliner,  8  Lothian  street 
Lovell,  Miss  E.  39  Montagu  street 
Low,  David,  professor  of  agriculture,  Univer- 
sity, Mayfield,  Trinity,  and  14  Young  street 
Low,  David,  outfitter,  3  Hope  park 
Low,  D.  AV.  (//.  M.  Customs),  Cherry  bank, 

Newhaven 
Low,  Jas.  gardener,  2  South  b.  Canongate 
Low,  John,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  14  N.  St 

Andrew  street 
Low,  John,  hootmaker,  10  N.  St.  David  st. 
Low,  John,  slater,  30  Nicolson  street 
Low,  William,  accountant,  58  Great  King  st. 
Low,  Lieut.- Col.  Robert,  Mayfield,  Trinity 
Low,  Miss,  14  Dublin  street 
Lowdcn,  Wm.  wholesale  and  small  wares,  18 

Hill  place 
Lowe,  John,  16  Ann  street 


Lowe,  John  D.  &  Co.  booksellers  &  stationers, 

123  Princes  st. — ho.  1  Lower  Gilmore  place 
Lowe,  Joseph,  teacher  of  dancing  and   calis- 

thenic  exercises,  32  Frederick  street 
Lowe,  Capt.  W.,  Indian  navy,  50  Melville  st. 
Lowe,  Robt.  Wm.  assistant  procurator-fiscal 

of  county,  Middlefield  house,  Leith  walk 
Lowes,  Thomas  C.  (G.P.-O.),  Bridge  place, 

Bennington 
Lowne,  Thomp.  M.D.  surgeon,  46  Minto  st. 
Lowrie,  John,  cart   and  plough    wright,  77 

Abbey  hill 
Luckie,  David,  Leithwalk  saw  mills.  Brown's 

entry 
Luis,  EUice,  stucco  manufr.  Fountain  close 
Luke,  James,  baker,  25  Brunswick  street — ho. 

72  Cumberland  street 
Luke,  Jn.  &  Wm.  merchants,  193  High  st. 
Luke,  Wm.  of  Cairnbank,  5  Gardner's  cresc. 
Luke,  Mrs  James,  116  Lauriston  place 
Luke,  Miss,  7  Charles  street 
Lumsdaine,  .Tames,  spirit  dealer,  2  Old  Phy- 
sic gardens 
Lumsdaine,  John,  grocer  and  spirit-dealer, 

317  Cowgate 
Lumsdaine,  Wm.  8  Comely  green  place 
Lumsdaine,  Miss,  8  Comely  green  place 
Lumsden,  Henry,  6  Leopold  place 
Lumsden,  James,  tailor,  51  Cumberland  street 
Lundin,  Miss,  3  Eyre  place 
Lyall  &Swinton,  builders,  Ingleston  street — 

house,  18  Roxburgh  street 
Lyall,  David,  23  Alva  street 
Lyall,  David,  writer,  20  Rankeillor  street 
Lyall,  Alexander,  baker,  5  Shrub  place 
Lyall,  John,  merchant,  8  Port-Hopetoun — ho. 

7  Lothian  road 
Lyall,  Richard,  meal-dealer,  37  Bridge  street 
Lyall,  Robert,  8  Clarendon  crescent 
Lyall,  William,  goods  superintendent  N.  B. 

Railway,  11  Drummond  street 
Lyle,  Alex,  merchant  and  commission  agent, 

58  Timber  bush — house,  17  Bath  street 
Lyle,  George,  5  Drummond  street 
Lyle,  Thomas,  stockbroker,  65  Princes  street 
Lyle,  Thomas,  3  West  Newington 
Lynch,  Thos.  spirit  dealer,  285  Cowgate 
Lynch,  Mrs  Charles,  broker,  161  Cowgate 
Lyon,  C.  refreshment  rooms,  30  Lothian  rd. 
Lyon,  David,  bookbinder,  505  Lawnmarket 
Lyon,  Francis  {Edinbunjh  and  Leith  Gas  Co.), 

12  Baltic  street,  Leith 
Lyon, George,  accountant,  54  Rankeillor  street 
Lyon,  George,  W.S.  26  Forth  street 
Lyon,  Hugh,  S.S.C.  7  N.  St  Andrew  street 
Lyon,   J.   W.   stockbroker,   bill-broker,   and 

agent  to  the    Globe  Insurance,  I..ondon — 

34  Dundas  street 
Lyon,  James,  hairdresser,  61  LowCalton 
Lyon,    John    Stewart,   of   Kirkmichael,    47 

Albany  street 
Lyon,  Robert,  teacher  of  law,  4  Northumber- 
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Lyon,  Wm.  (X)o?^e//s^  L,),  1  Dundas  street 
Lyon,  Mrs,  lodgings,  27  Brunswick  street 
Lyon,  Misses,  12  Nelson  street 
Lyons,  Lewis,  quill  manufacturer,  2l  North 
Richmond  street — ho.  12  Buccleuch  street 
Lyschinski,  Adam,  M.D.  10  Warriston  cres. 

Macadam,  Anstruther,   clothier    and  linen 

draper,  27  West  Nicolson  street — house, 

8  Chapel  street 
M'Adie,  David,  spirit  dealer,  20  Giles'  street 
M' Adie,  W.  spirit  mer.  1 11  Kirkgate — ho.  1 1 2 
Macallan  &  Chancellor,  W.S.  26  Rutland  sq. 
Macallan,  J.  (M.^-  Chancellor),  26  Rutland  sq. 
Macall urn,  Walter  Buchanan,  stock  &  share 

broker,  10  Hanover  street — house,  8  Annan- 
dale  street 
Macallum,  Mrs  W.  B.,  8  Annandale  street 
Macallum,  Miss,  2  Windsor  street 
Macalpine,  Wra.  saddler,  12  Broad  wynd 
M'Alpine,  Mrs  James,  19  Comely  bank 
Macandrew,   D.   M.   merchant,    15   Bernard 

street,  Leith 
Macandrew,  J.  and  J.,  S.S.C.  33  Dublin  st. 
Macandrew,  James  M.  accountant,  65  Princes 

street — house,  28  Dublin  street 
Macandrew,  John  {J.  Sf  J.  M.),  41  Inver- 

leith  row 
Macandrew,  John,  jun.  (J.  S^-  J.  M.),  41  In- 

verleith  row 
Macandrew,    R.    {Reg.   House),    Inverleith 

field,  Queensferry  road 
Macara,  Cbs.  commercial  agent  and  appraiser, 

6  Brighton  street 
Macara,  James,  W.S.,  8  Roxburgh  terrace 
Macara,  L.  M.,  W.S.  14  S.  Charlotte  street 
Macara,  Mrs,  lodgings,  12  Antigua  street 
Macart,  James,  shoe  shop,  30  Bridge  street 
Macarthur,  Alexander,  builder,  31    William 

street  lane — house,  7  Randolph  clifF 
Macarthur,  Mrs,  12  Queen  street 
M'Arthur,  A.  writer,  9  Antigua  street 
M' Arthur,  John,  grocer,  &c.  29  Lothian  st. 
M'Arthur,  Neil,  shoemaker,  1  Water  lane 
M'Arthur,  Peter  {Com.  Bank),  8  Wharton  pi. 
Macaulay,  Alex.,  broker,  6  St  Andrew  st. 
Macaulay,  B.  J.  6  Park  street 
Macaulay,  Miss,  4  West  Claremont  street 
Macaw,  Mrs,  38  York  place 
M'Bain,  Mrs,  midwife  and  nurse,  41  India  pi. 
M'Bain,  Mrs,  nurse,  9  St  Bernard's  row 
M'Bayne,  Miss,  20  Dublin  street 
Macbean,  ^neas,  W.S.  11  Charlotte  square 
Macbean,  jEneas,  jun.  W.S.  11  Charlotte  sq 

— house,  63  Great  King  street 
Macbean,  Mrs,  St  Ann's  yard*",  Abbey 
M'Bean,  H.  A.  6  Warriston  crescent 
M'Bean,  Miss,  6  Warriston  crescent 
Macbrair,  Dav.  J.,  S.S.C.  8  Darnaway  street 
M' Bride,  Mrs  John,  28  Bernard  street 
M'Call,  Adam,  baker,  449  Lawnmarket 
M'Call,  C.  &  Co.  engineers  and  millwrights, 

Montgomery  street 


M'Call,  John,  Hawthorn  bank 

M'Call,  Peter  &  Co.  sugar  and  spice  grinders, 
and  coffee  roasters,  Montgomery  street 

Maccallum,  Alexander,  4  Moray  street 

Maccallum,  Geo.  accountant,  13  Montgomery 
street 

Maccallum,  George,  stockbroker,  and  agent 
for  the  London  Fire  and  Life  Assurance  Co. 
30  St  Andrew  square 

M'Callum  &  Dundas,  C.E.  143  Princes  st. 

M'Callum,  Duncan,  C.E.  7  Torphichen  street 

M'Callum,  Dn.  spirit  merchant,  3.9  Thistle  st. 

M'Callum,  Jas.  commercial  hotel,  3  Hill  place 

M'Callum,  John  and  Son,  soda  water  manu- 
facturers, 1  West  Richmond  street 

M'Callum,  John,  farmer,  Plewlands,  Mor- 
ningside 

M'Callum,  Male,  agent,  17  London  row 

M'Callum,  Peter,  coal  agent,  11  Buccleuch  st. 

M'Callum,  Mrs,  dressmaker,  166  Fountain- 
bridge 

M'Callum,  Mrs  Edward,  12  Brandon  street 

M'Callum,  Mrs  Janet,  spirit  dealer,  26 
Heriot  buildings 

M'Callum,  Mrs,  lodgings,  64  Frederick  st. 

M'Cambridge,  Peter,  pawnbroker,  59  &  61 
Candlemaker  row 

M'Candlish,  John  M.,  W.S.  manager  National 
Fire  and  Life  Insurance  Co.  18  Moray  pi. 

M'Candlish,  Wm.  View  field  ho.  Trinity  road 

M'Cann,  Jas.  stationer,  6  Deanhaugh  street 

M'Cann,  John,  shawl  merchant,  99  South  br. 

M'Carron,  Charles,  boot  and  shoemaker,  Old 
Fishmarket  close 

M'Carter,  D.  (Hume  ^-  Melville),  6  Scotland  st. 

M' Carter,  Mrs,  6  Scotland  street 

M'Cartney,  Hugh,  tailor  &  clothier,  4|  North 
bridge 

M'Caskie,  James  and  Co.  hat  manufacturers, 
90  Candlemaker  row 

M'Caskie,  J.  {J.  M'C.  6f  Co.),  25  George  sq. 

M'Caul,  Charles,  contractor,  Heriot  cottage 

M'Caul,  James,  hatter,  11  Bread  street 

M'Cheyne,  Mr.'*,  24  Maitland  street 

M'Cheyne,  Mrs,  33  Cumberland  street 

M'Chrystal,  Mich.  Paisley  shawl  warehouse, 
9  Jamaica  street 

Maccoll,  Alex.  S.  teacher  of  English  and  clas- 
sical literature,  11  Hillsid.e  crescent 

Maccoll,  John,  messenger.  Bank  of  Scotland, 
2  Lauriston  terrace 

M'Clurapha,  John  &  Co.  Balmoral  tavern,  4 
Milne  square 

M'Clumpha,  John,  tailor  and  clothier,  26  Wil- 
liam street 

M'Clure,  Henry,  1  Henry  place 

M'Combie,  D.  spirit  dealer,  37  St  Leonard  st. 

M'Connel,  K.  &  M.  embroiderers,  dressmakers, 
and  milliners,  33  Castle  street 

Maconochie,  Jas.  4  Middle  Arthur  place 

Maconochie,  Robt.  B.,  W.S.  49  Castle  street 

Maconochie  &  Co.,  toy  and  fancy  bazaar,  35 
George  street 


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Maconochie,   IMrs,    French   stay   maker,   35 

George  street 
M'Cook,  Mrs  James,  44  Great  King  st, 
jVI'Carrack,  ]\Iiss,  12  Hope  stret- 1 
M'Cowan,  Fran.  D.,  M.D.  &  surg.  14  Elder  st. 
ArCrae,  Mrs^  ladies'  sick  nurse,  4  Young  st. 
M'Craken,  John,  S.S.C  22  Walker  street 
M'Craw,  John,  shoe  warehouse,  249  High  st. 

— house,  Westerhall  lodge 
M'Craw,  Robert,  tobacco  and  snuff  manufac- 
turer, 167  Hiah  street 
M'Craw,  William,  boot  and  shoe  warehouse, 

281  and  287  High  street 
M'Credie,  Miss,  teacher,  63  Cumberland  st. 
M'Crie,  Thos.,  D.D.  45  George  square 
M'Crie,  WilUam  &  Co.  paper-stainers  to  the 

Queen,  22  Leith  walk 
M'Crie,  Wm.  11  Carlton  terrace 
M'Crie,  Mrs  Dr,  13  Salisbury  place 
M'Crorie,  Mrs  Jane,  Admiralty  street 
M'Cuaig,  Dn.  &  Son,  tailors  and  clothiers,  10 

Frederick  street 
M'CuUoch,  Alex.  {J.  P.  officer),  134  High  st. 
M'Culloch,  Horatio,  R.S.A.  landscape-painter, 

7  Danube  street 
M'CuUocb,  John,  teller  B.  Linen  Co.  Bank,  1 
London  st.,  agent  for  Phce.'iix  Fire  and  Pe- 
lican Life  Insurance  Companies See  Adv. 

M'CuUoch,  John,  painter,  22  Downie  place 
M'CuUoch,  Thomas,  plumber,  Lothian  road 
M'CuUoch,   Wm.   sheriff-officer,  391  Lawn- 
market 
M'CuUoch,  Wm.  jun.  messenger-at-arms,  and 

sheriff-officer,  391  Lawnmarket 
M'CuUoch,  William  T.  librarian,  Edin.  S.  L. 

24  George  street 
M'CuUoch,  Mrs  A.   &  Co.  dealt^rs  in  hams, 

sausages,  &c.  32  Lothian  street 
M'CuUoch,  Mrs  Wm.  lodgings,  6  St  Vincent  st. 
M'Dermaid,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  1  Sherriff 

brae,  Leith 
M'Dermott,    James,    feather    merchant,    61 

North  Hanover  street 
M'Diarmid,  Archd.  clothier,  83  Princes  street 
]\I'Diarmid,  Angus,  Donaldsoji's  hospital 
]M'Diarmid,  -John,  clothier,  13  North  bridge 
Macdonald,   A.    flesher,   8    Antigua   street — 

house,  9  Antigua  street 
Alacdonald,  Alex.,  Edin.   and   Leith  carrier, 

6  Richmond  court 
Alacdonald,   Alexander,  boot  and  shoemaker, 

73  Nicolson  street 
INIacdonald,  A.  market  officer,  Physic  gardens 
Macdonald,  Alex.  {G.  P.O.),  50  Thistle  st. 
IMacdonald,  And.  gardener,  42  Caustyside 
Alacdonald,  Andrew,  7  Summerhall 
IMacdonald,  Angus,  saddler,  42  Grassmarket 
Macdonald,  Angus,  3  Annfield  lodgings.  New- 
haven 
Macdonald,  Rev.  Arch.  .12  Bernard  street 
Macdonald,  Arch,  cabinitm.  21  Castle  street 
Macdonald,   Arch.   &   Co.   cabinetmakers,  4 
Swinton  row 


Macdonald,  Arthur,  horse  dealer,  100   Rose 

street — house,  82 
Macdonald,  Dan.  tinsmith,  41  Earl  Grey  st. 
Macdonald,  David,  watchm.  3  East  Arthur  pi. 
Macdonald,  David,  tailor,  Merrilees'  close 
Macdonald,  Donald,  of  Dulness,  Aultnafeigh 

cottage,  Abbotsford  park 
Macdonald,  Donald,  accountant,  collector  of 

poor's  rates,  57  North  bridge — house,  28 

Gayfield  square 
Macdonald,  Don.  victualler,  24-5  Canongate 
Macdonald,  D.  gardener,  44  India  street 
Macdonald,  Gilbert,  bookbinder,  21  George  st. 
Macdonald,  George,  chemist  and  druggist,  7 

Duke  street. — See  Adv. 
Macdonald,  G.  &  Son,  boot  and  shoemakers, 

148  Princes  street 
Macdonald,  James,  tailor,  42-3  Lawnmarket 
Macdonald,  Jas.  manufr.  15  Buccleuch  place 
Macdonald,  James  {G.  P.-O.),  19  South  St 

James'  street 
Macdonald,  John,  writer  and  accountant,  23 

Cumberland  street 
Macdonald,  John,  lodgings,  6  Forres  street 
Macdonald,    John,   teacher   of    elocution,  56 

George  street 
Macdonald,  J.  C,  M.D.  3  Forrest  road 
Macdonald,  John,  shoemaker,  28  Thistle  st. 
Macdonald,  Rev.  John,  17  Brown  square 
Macdonald,  John,  printer,  13  Carrubber's  close 
Macdonald,  John,  bootmaker,  76  Leith  street 
Macdonald,  John,  accountant,  1  Nelson  st. 
Macdonald,  John,  porter,  17  South  St  James' 

street 
Macdonald,  John,  flesher,  4  Greenside  place 
Macdonald,  Ronald,  writer,  27  Hamilton  pi. 
Macdonald,  Stodart,  S.h.C.  1  Abercromby  pi. 
Macdonald,  Thos.  A.  agent,  7  Brighton  st. 
Macdonald,   Tertius,    surgeon   and  druggist, 

13  Catharine  street 
Macdonald,  Thos.  spirit  dealer,  21  Coatfield 

lane 
Macdonald, William,  surgeon  and  druggist,  42 

Kirkgate 
Macdonald,  Wm.  of  Powderhall,  Powderhall 
Macdonald,  Capt.  Wm.  4  Ann  street 
Macdonald,    Wra.    J.    working  jeweller,    5 

Castle  street — house,  12 
Macdonald,  W^m.  tailor,  4  West  Adam  street 
Macdonald,  W.  gentlemen's  attendant,  War- 

riston  court 
Macdonald,  Mrs  Hay,  dyer,  27  South  back  of 

Canongate 
Macdonald,  Mrs,  of  Dalness,  1 1  Torpichen  st. 
Macdonald,  Mrs  Col.,  St  Ann's  house 
Macdonald,  Mrs  Capt.  3  Warriston  crescent 
Macdonald,  Mrs,  2  Gardner's  crescent 
Macdonald,  Mrs,  straw-hat  mkr.  429  Lawnmt. 
Macdonald,  Mrs,  8  Barony  street 
Macdonald,  Mis,  33  London  street 
Macdonald,  Mrs,  31  Gayfield  square 
Macdonald,  Mrs,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  1 

Stafford  street 


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Macdonald,  Mrs,  35  West  Nicolson  street 
Macdonald,  Mrs  Mary,  1  Henderson  row 
Macdonald,  Mrs,  lodgings,  13  Hill  place 
Macdonald,  Miss,  housekeeper,  George  He- 
riot's  Hospital 
Macdonald,  Miss  J.  silk  and  worsted  ware- 
house, 32  Princes  street 
Macdonald,  Miss  Robertson,  24  Walker  st. 
Macdonell,  Mrs  G.  B.  5  Raeburn  place 
M'Donell,  Mrs  James,  JO  Broughton  place 
M'Dougal,  Alex,  farmer,  Grancon 
M'Dougal,  Alex,  grocer,  &c.  agent  for  Guin- 
ness &  Co.'s  Dublin  porter,  18  Howe  st. 
M'Dougal,  George,  grocer,  &c.  3  India  st — 

house,  30  Hamilton  place 
M'Dougal,  J.  grocer,  19  Dublin  st. — ho.  23 
M'Dougal,  Walter, cowfeeder,  26  Greensidest. 
M'Dougald,  Robert,  19  Nelson  street 
Macdougald,  R.  &  J.  W.  china  and  glass  mer- 
chants, 84  Candlemaker  row 
MacDougall,  Patrick  C.  Professor  of  Moral 

Philos.  University,  6  Clarendon  crescent 
MacDougall,  Mrs  Alex.  6  High  Albany  street 
M'Dougall,  Alex,  spirit  mercht.  82  Potterrow 
M'Dougall,  Alexander,  treasurer  superintend- 
ent. Royal  Infirmary 
M'Dougall,   David    {Clj/desdale   Bank),    16 

Royal  Exchange 
M'Dougall,  Dougall,  21  St  Leonard  street 
M'Dougall,  James,  gardener,  Swanfield 
M'Dougall,  John,  grocer  aud  spirit  merchant, 

78  Giles'  street 
M'Dougall,  Neil,  spirit  dealer,  23  Bank  st. — 

house,  9  Bristo  place 
M'Dougall,  Patrick,  W.S.  4  Great  King  stre  t 
M'Dougall,  Mrs  John,  20  Heriot  place 
M'Dougall,  Mrs  Captain,  South  coates 
Macdougall,  Gilbert,  2  Gardner's  crescent 
Macdougall,  Miss,  matron  R.  Edinb.  Asylum 
M'Dowall,    James,    merchant    and   agent,   4 
Leith  street  terrace — house,  43  East  Clare- 
mont  street 
M'Dowall,  Robt.  baker,  57  George  street 
M'Dowall,  Thomas,  11  Lothian  street 
M'Dowall,  William,  bookseller  and  stationer, 

14  North  bridge — house,  12  Hill  square 
M'Dowall,  Mrs  William,  8  Bellevue  crescent 
M'Dowall,  Mrs,  lodgings,  7  Hill  place 
M'Dowell,  James,  United  States  consul,  14 

Montgomery  street 
M'Edward,  Mrs  J.  grocer,  Canaan 
M'Elrevy,  Mrs  M.  lodgings,  14  Dundas  st. 
M'Evoy,  J,,  saddler,  58  Charlotte  st.  Leith 
M'Ewan,  A.  W.  25  Haddington  place 
M'Ewan,  Rev.  David,  7  Newington  place 
M'Ewan,  Daniel,  clothier,  20  North  bridge 
M'Ewan,  Duncan,  pavement  merchant,  Scot- 
land street  Station 
JI'Ewan,  Hugh,  grocer,  17  Greenside  row 
M'Ewan,  John,  wine  merchant,   122  Princes 

street — house,  121 
M'Ewan,  Peter,  13  St  James'  square 
M'Ewan,  W.  spirit  deal.  23  Bridge  st.  Leith 
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M'Ewan,  Robert,  baker,  22  Cowgate 

M'Ewan,  Mrs  James,  tea  dealer,  3  Downie  pi. 

M'Ewen,  James,  W.S.  (Patrick,  M'JEwen,  §• 
Garment),  11  Picardy  place 

M'Ewen,  Miss,  dress  and  cloak  maker,  16 
George  street 

M'Ewin  &  Son,  sculptors.  South  Clerk  street 

M'Fadyen,  Hector,  principal  city  officer.  City 
Chambers — house,  103  George  street 

M'Farlan,  Dav.,  H.E.I.C.S.  6  Randolph  ores. 

M'Farlan,  John  (/.  F.  M'F.  Sf  Co.),  4  Park  pi. 

M'Farlan,  Mrs,  17  Lynedoch  place 

M'Farlan,  Miss,  Lauder  road.  Grange 

Macfarlan,  John  F.  &.  Co.  chemists  and  drug- 
gists to  Her  Majesty,  17  &  18  North  bridge 

Macfarlane,  Alex,  corn  factor  and  agent,  61 
Constitution  st. — ho.  8  Wellington  pi.  Leith 

Macfarlane,  Alex.  {Sun  Fire  Office),  3  West 
Arthur  place 

Macfarlane  &  Wallace,  house-painters,  46 
Frederick  street 

Macfarlane,  Barth.  10  East  Adam  street 

Macfarlane,  Donald,  dairy,  14  Queensferry  st. 

Macfarlane,  George,  missionary,  5  Bowling- 
green  street 

Macfarlane,  James,  W.S.  9  Atholl  place 

Macfarlane,  James,  wine  &  spirit  merchant, 
49  Frederick  street — ho.  13 

Macfarlane,  Rev.  Dr  Jas.  manse,  Duddingston 

Macfarlane,  John,  7  St  Cuthbert's  glebe, 
Lothian  road 

Macfarlane,  John,  coach-hirer,  159  Rose  st. 

Macfarlane,  Robert,  advocate,  sheriff  of  Ren- 
frewshire, 31  Heriot  row 

Macfarlane,  Robert  (IF.  <§•  J.  M' Murray),  3 
Stead's  place 

Macfarlane,  Robert,  painter,  -35  Frederick  st. 

Macfarlane,  Thos.  writer,  11  Darnaway  st. 

Macfarlane,  William,  M.D.,  F.R.C.S.L.  21 
St  Bernard's  crescent 

Macfarlane,  Walter,  5  Cheyne  street 

Macfarlane,  Mrs,  lodgings,  1 1  Trinity  cresc. 

Macfarlane,  Mrs,  spirit  dealer,  39  Cumberland 
street 

Macfarlane,  Miss,  straw-bonnet  maker,  55 
George  street 

M'Farlane  &  Gibb,  cabinetmakers,  23  Dundas 
street — house,  37  London  street 

M'Farlane,  David,  carpet  and  hearth-rug 
manufacturer,  dyer  and  scourer,  &c.  Canon- 
mills 

M'Farlane,  David,  lodgings,  7  East  Adam  st. 

M'Farlane,  Jn.  (British  Linen  Co.),  7  Comelv 
bank 

M'Farlane,  Peter,  lodgings,  40  N.  Richmd.  st. 

M'Farlane,  W.  H.  1  Darnaway  street 

M'Farlane,  Wardlaw  (Duncan,  Flockhart,  Sf 
Co.),  1  Darnaway  street 

M'Farlane,  Mrs,  lodgings,  4  Montgomery  st. 

M'Farquhar,  Misses,  18  Fettes  row 

Macfeat,  Mrs  Wallace,  china  and  glass  mer- 
chant, 42  South  bridge 

Macfeat,  Mrs,  25  West  Nicolson  street 


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M'Fee,  Mrs  Isabella,  spirit  dealer  and  carriers' 
ofiBce,  209  High  street 

Macfie,  Rev.  Daniel,  24  Rankeillor  street 

Macfie,  Mrs,  27  Regent  terrace 

Macfie,  Mrs  Pat.  provision  dealer,  299  Cowg;. 

M'Gachie,  John,  watchmaker  and  jeweller, 
41  South  bridge — house,  11  Henry  street 

MacGachen,  D.  John,  Episcopal  clergyman, 
chaplain  to  St  Andrew's  hall,  Leith  wynd,  4 
AVest  Newingtoa 

M'Gechan,  Mrs,  lodgings,  8  Castle  street 

M'George,  Eben.  (  Union  Bank),  9  Gilmore  pi. 

M'George,  John,  agent,  9  Gilmore  place 

M'George,  Mrs  Ebenezer,  33  Richmond  place 

M'George,  Mrs,  shoe  wareho.  89  Pleasance 

M'Gibbon,Chas.builder,  33  East  Clareraont  st. 

M 'Gibbon,  John,  builder,  40  Great  King  st. 

M'Gibbon,  John,  clothier,  15  S.  College  st. 

M'Gibbon,  Miss,  3  Duncan  st.  Drummond  pi. 

M'Gie,  Robert,  J.P.  constable,  Cbessel's  court 

M'Gilchrist,  John,  M.D.  3  Gilmore  place 

M'Gilchrist,  Rev.  John,  124  George  street 

Macgill  &  Begbie,  painters  &  paper  hangers, 
62  Bristo  street 

Macgill,  Edw.  painter  &  glazier,  21  Castle  st. 

!Macgill,  William,  artists'  colourmanand  print- 
seller,  7  Hanover  st.— house,  6  Castle  street 

M'Gill,  JatBCs,  baker,  7  Haddington  place 

M'Gill,  Jn.  boot  &  shoemaker,  48  Nicolson  st. 

M'Gill,  William,  ground-officer,  Grange  ho. 

M'Gill.  Mrs,  11  North  Melville  place 

M'Gill,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  126  Rose  street 

M'Gillivray,  Andw.  wright,  29  Horse  wynd 

M'Gillivray,  William,  writer,  13  North-west 
Circus  place 

M'Glashan  &  Wilding,  engravers  and  litho- 
graphic printers,  26  Clyde  street 

M'Glashan,  Alexander,  teacher  of  dancing, 
23  York  place 

M'Glashan,  A.  {M'Glashan  ^  Wilding),  91 
Causeyside 

M'Glashan,  Charles,  accountant,  20  Had- 
dington place 

M'Glashan,  Don.  wine  merchant  and  grocer, 
39  Broughton  street  and  1  Jlansfield  place 
— bouse,  48  London  street 

M'Glashan,  James,  cabinetmaker  and  up- 
holsterer, 82  South  bridge — ho.  1 7  Archibald 
place 

M'Glashan,  Ralph,  cabinetmaker,  &e.  249 
Cowgate — house,  12  Roxburgh  place 

M'Glashan,  Stewart,  sculptor,  Canonmills  br. 

M'Cilashan,  Miss  M.  lodgings,  5  India  street 

M'Gowan,  Alex,  commercial  travel.  1  Clerk  st. 

MacGoun,  Rev.  Robert  W.  Morningside 

Macgregor,  Donald  II.  Insur.  broker,  and  coal, 
iron,  and  general  agent,  Exchange  buildings, 
Leith — house,  18  Minto  street,  Edinburgh 

Macgregor,  Malcolm,  S.SC,  30  St  Andrew 
square 

M'Circgor,  Alex,  architect,  3  North  Char- 
lotte street 

iM'Gregor,  Alex,  provis.  deal.  13  Yardheads 


M'Gregor,  Alex,  tea,  wine,  and  spirit  mer- 
chant 1  St  Patrick  st.  and  21  West  Cross- 
causey 

M'Gregor,  Ang.  chimney sw.  18  Gifford  park 

M'Gregor,  David,  wool  mercht.  26  King  st. 
Leiih — house,  23  Lynedoch  place 

M'Gregor,  Don.  lodgings,  51  Broughton  st. 

M'Gregor,  Dug.  spirit  dealer,  24  Downie  place 

M'Gregor,  Jas.  hotel-keeper,  8  W.  Register 
street 

M'Gregor,  James  Gardner,  St  Mark's 

M'Gregor,  James,  {of  M'Gregor  ^-  Son),  2 
Baxter's  place 

M'Gregor,  J.  &  Son,  watchmakers,  7  Bread 
street,  and  20  Roxburgh  place 

M'Gregor,  John,  tobacco  manufact.,  104  High 
street,  2  Leith  street,  and  7  7  Princes  street 

M'Gregor,  John,  3  Roxburgh  place 

M'Gregor,  John  {of  M'Gregor  ^  Son),  25 
Barony  street 

M'Gregor,  John,  spirit  mercht,  2  Niddry  st. 

M'Gregor,  John,  tailor,  5  Kerr  street 

M'Gregor,  John,  chairman,  156  Rose  street 

M'Gregor,  John,  shoemaker,  22  Thistle  st. 

M'Gregor,  Peter,  Sons,  &  Co.  silk  mercers  & 
drapers,  30  George  street 

M'Gregor,  Thomas,  gardener,  Beaver- hall 

M'Gregor,  Wm.  temperance  coffee-house,  2 
Princes  street 

M'Gregor,  iMrs,  furniture-print  cleaner  and 
glazer,  194  Rose  street 

M'Gregor,  Mrsj  7  Drummond  street 

M'Gregor,  Mrs,  15  Chapel  street 

M'Gregor,  Mrs  Margaret,  1 1  Melville  place 

M'Gregor,  Mrs,  lodgings,  8  Argyle  square 

M'Gregor,  Miss  Margaret,  34  Hanover  street 

M'Gregor,  Miss,  3  Gloucester  place 

M'Guire,  Patrick  &  Co.  Operative  hat  factory 
73  St  Mary's  wynd 

Machattie,  John,  agent  for  Carron  Co.  East- 
field  house 

M'Hutchen,  Wm.  collector  of  land  and  as- 
sessed taxes,  income  and  property  tax, 
57  North  bridge — house,  35  Royal  terrace 

M'llriach,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  50  South  br. 

]M'Iune8,  J.,  tin-plate  worker,  7  Lothian  st. 

M'Innes,  Robert,  Comm.  tavern,  3  Milne  sq. 

M'Innes,  S.,wine  niercht.  &gro.,  57  Pleasance 

M'Innes,  ^Irs,  lodgings,  Granton 

Macintosh,  R.  T.  seedsman  and  nurseryman, 
7  Victoria  street 

Macintosh,  Mrs  J.  spirit  dealer,  2  Hope  street 

Macintosh,  Mrs,  ladies*  nurse,  57  Haoover 
street 

M'lntosh,  Adam,  glass-cutter,  Greenside  lane  \ 

M'lutosh,  Allan,  bookseller,  70  Nicolson  st.      ' 

M'lntosh,  A.  turner  &  undertaker,  29  Horse 
wynd 

M'lntosh,  Alexander,  Gaelic  missionary,  35 
West  Nicolson  street 

M  Intosh,  Akx,  commission  agent  22  Gayfield 
square 

M'lntosb,  Andrew,  cooper,  47  Crosscausey        I 


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M'Intosb,  Geo.  shoeraak.  39  Candlemaker  row 
M'Intosh,  Henry,  shoemaker,  27  South  Rich- 
mond street 
M'Intosh,  Jas.  bookseller,  5  No.  College  street, 

and  7  N,  Bank  st.— house,  2  N.  College  st. 
M'Intosh,  James,  tailor  and  clothier,  25  &  2G 

North  bridge — house,  68  Lauriston  place 
M'Intosh,  Jas.  A.  wood  engraver,  35  Lothian 

street 
M'Intosh,  Jn.  mail-guard,  1  So.  St  James'  st. 
M'Intosh,  John,  shoe- warehouse,  301  High  st. 
M'Intosh,  Jn.  shoemaker,  1 1  So.  St  James'  st. 
M'Intosh,  Robert,  dairy,  23  Lothian  street 
M'Intosh,  Robt.  tobacconist,  34.  Kirkgate 
M'Intosh,  R.  pavement  merchant,  24  Sheriff 

brae 
M'Intosh,  Thomas,  livery  stables,  26  William 

street  lane 
M'Intosh,    Wm.   shoemaker,  28  Kirkgate  — 

house,  Morton's  entry 
M'Intosh,  Mrs,  lodgings,  G4  Buccleuch  street 
M'Intyre,  Alex.  33  Broughton  place 
M'Intyre,  Alex,  shipmaster  2  Bridge  street 
M'Intyre,  Daniel,  linen  draper,  381  High  st. 

— house,  I  Fingal  place 
M'Intyre,  Dun.  combmaker,  2  Northumber- 
land street 
M'Intyre,  Donald,  Jordan  bank 
M'Intyre,  John,  6  Johnston  place 
M'Intyre,  John,  writer.  Windmill  house 
M'Intyre,  Jn.  spir.  deal.  180  High  st — ho.  233 
M'Intyre,  J.  writer,  Lord  Russell  place 
M'Intyre,  W.   D.  mail-guard,  21    Broughton 

street 
M'Intyre,  Mrs  Isabella,  18  Ann  street 
M'Intyre,  Mrs,  1  Fingal  place 
M'Intyre,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  35  Scotland  st. 
M'Intyre,  Misses,  French  stay  and  straw  bon- 
net makers,  29  London  street 
Maciver,  Wm.  merchant  and  auctioneer,  IC 

and  17  Kirkgate,  and  76  Shore 
Mack,  Andrew,  writer,  5  York  place 
Mack,  Wm.  B.  hat  and  cap  manufacturer,  2 

Hunter  square — ho.  Carlton  villa.  Abbey 

hill 
Mack,  Mrs  W.  Gordon,  23  Stafford  street 
M'Kain,  James,  shoemaker,  5  So.  St  James' 

street 
Mackay  &  Chisholm,  jewellers,  silversmiths, 

and  dealers  in  curiosities,  49  North  bridge 
Mackay,  Adam,  wright  and  undertaker,  25 

Horse  wynd 
Mackay,  Benjamin,  A.M.  5  St  James'  square 
Mackay,  Charles,  senr.  17  Lutton  place 
Mackay,  Charles,  goldsmith,  7  Baxter's  place 
Mackay,  C.  G.  {Inland  Revenue), 17  JiUttonpl. 
Mackay,  Cunningham,  &  Co.  goldsmiths  to  the 

Queen,  54  Princes  street 
Mackay,  D.  tailor  &  clothier,  300  Lawnmar. 
Mackay,  Dav.  boot  &  shoemaker,  38  Leith  st. 

— house,  25  Gay  field  square 
Mackay,  David,  hairdresser,  8  Greenside  pi. 
Mackay,  Donald,  14  Howe  street 


Mackay,  Donald,  messenger.  City  of  Glasgow 

Bank,  10  Hanover  street 
Mackay,  D.  spirit  dealer,  16  Croft-an-righ 
Mackay,  Duncan,  gardener,  Grange  loan 
Mackay,  Eneas,  tea  dealer,  2  Clerk  street — 

house,  64  Buccleuch  street 
Mackay,  Henry,  tailor,  15  S.  College  street 
Mackay,  H.  temperance  hotel,  170  High  st. 
Mackay,  H.  grocer  &  spirit  raer.  12  W.  port 
Mackay,  Jas.  (Nat.  Bank),  24  Quality  street 
Mackay,  James  (M,  Cunningham,  Sf  Co.),  24 

Forth  street 
Mackay,  James,  gardener,  Trinity  mains 
Mackay,  Jas.  coal  merchant,  4  Newport  street 
Mackay,  Jas.  T.  hat  manufacturer,  64  North 

bridge — house,  21  Danube  street 
Mackay,  John,  M.D.  &  surgeon,  17  Nelson  st. 
Mackay,  John  (Public  Librar)/),  house  fac- 
tor, 2  Janefield  place,  Leith 
Mackay,  Jn.  A.  of  Blackcastle,  26  George  sq. 
Mackay,  John,  13  India  street 
Mackay,  J.  (Mackay  s  hotel),  91  Princes  st. 
Mackay,  John  (M.  ^  Chisholm),  41  E.  Clare- 

mont  street 
Mackay,  John,  166  Rose  street 
Mackay,  John,  pharmaceutical  chemist,  121 

George  street — house,  1 1  Danube  street 
Mackay,  John,  cabinetmaker,  12  Castle  street 
Mackay,  John,  spirit  merchant,  168  High  st. 
Mackay,  John,  messenger,  22  George  street 
Mackay,  J.  tea  &  spirit  mer.  218  Canougate 
Mackay,   Neil,  builder,   St  Andrew's  place. 

Links — bouse,  10  Charlotte  lane,  Leith 
Mackay,  Robt. ,  W.  S.  ( Hope,  Oliphant,  ^  M'K.) 

10  Shandwick  place 
Mackay,  Robt.  painter  and  paper-hanger,  13 

S.  St  David  street — ho.  17  Nelson  street 
Mackay,  Robert,  6  George  street 
Mackay,  Thomas  G.,  W.S.  7  Albyn  place 
Mackay,  Thomas,  tailor,  134  High  street 
Mackay,  T.  bootmaker,  6  Northumberland  pi. 
Mackay,  Wm.  upholsterer,  &c.  3  Hope  st. 
Mackay,  W.  grocer  &  spirit  mer.  120  Rose  st. 
Mackay,  Wm.  cork-cutter,  104  High  street 
Mackay,  Mrs  Alex.  7  Torphichen  street 
Mackay,  Mrs  Andw,  7  Drummond  street 
Mackay,  Mrs,  wax-flower  maker,  3  Tollcross 
Mackay,  Mrs  Jean,  lodgings,  7  Brighton  st. 
Mackay,  Mrs  David,  9  Hill  square 
Mackay,  Mrs  Marg.  spirit  dealer,  143  High  st. 
Mackay,  Miss,  69  Northumberland  street 
Mackay,  Miss  Christian,  dressmaker,  4  West 

Adam  street 
Mackay,    Misses,   milliners  and  furriers,   6 

George  street 
Mackay,  Miss,  1 1  Melville  street 
Mackay 's  hotel,  91  Princes  street 
M'Kay,  Charles,  tavern,  7  Hunter  square 
M'Kay,  George,  hairdresser,  2  Giles'  street 
M'Kay,  John,  spirit  dealer,  Newhaven 
M'Kay,  Mrs,  lodgings,  4  Young  street 
M'Kean,   Alex,  baker,  22  Bristo  street  and 

207  High  street 


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M'Ken 


M'KeaD,  John,  tailor  and  clothier,  12  Koyal 

Exchange 
M'Kean,  Martin,  baker,  174  Fountainbridge 
M'Kean,  Robert  C.  7  Torphichen  street 
M'KeaD,  Mrs  J.  Blair  park,  Ferry  road 
M'Kechney,  A.  furnace-builder,  SO  Potterrow 
Mackellar,  Miss,  6  St  Bernard's  row 
M'Kelvie,   Jas.  Western  Colliery   Co.  Hay- 
market 
M'Kelvie,  James,  coal  merchant,  1  Junction 

bridge,  Wharf,  North  Leith 
M'Kelvie,  William,  Haymarket 
M'Kendrick,  Robert,  tailor  and  clothier,  29 

Sandport  street 
M'Kendrick,  William,  boot  &  shoemaker,  35 

Sandport  street 
M'Kechen,  D.  &  Co.  funeral  undertakers,  55 

South  bridge 
Mackenzie  &  Baillie,  W.S.  9  Hill  street 
Mackenzie  &  Middlemass,  cooks  and  confec- 
tioners, 63  Queen  st. — ho.  63 
Mackenzie,  A.  &  M.  jewellers,  27  Nicolson  st. 
Mackenzie,  A.  K.  secretary  Commercial  Bank, 

12  Claremont  crescent 
Mackenzie,    Alexander,   yr.   of   Muirton,    19 

Charlotte  square 
Mackenzie,  A.  teacher  of  music,  72  Northum- 
berland street 
Mackenzie,   A.    C.   (J.    Wilson   S,-    Co.),   24 

Greenside  place 
Mackenzie,  Alex.  22  Raeburn  place 
Mackenzie,  Alex,  clothier,  42  Lothian  street 
Mackenzie,   Alex,  late  captaiu   58th  Regt.  1 

Danube  street 
Mackenzie,  Alex,  accountant,  19  Salisbury  st. 
Mackenzie,  Alexander,  boot  and  shoemaker, 

14  Nelson  street 
Mackenzie,  Alex,  spirit  dealer,  3  and  4  Shore 
Mackenzie,  B.  Geo.  agent,  3  Clerk  street 
Mackenzie,  David,  surgical  instrument  maker 

and  cutler,  58  South  bridge 
Mackenzie,  D.  M.,  S.S.C.  12  Broughton  st. 
Mackenzie,  Don.  advocate,  9  Randolph  cresc. 
Mackenzie,  D.  chemist  and  druggist,  40  Dub- 
lin stnet — house,  38 
Mackenzie,  Finlay,  wine  and  spirit  merchant, 

6  South  College  street 
Mackenzie,  Frank,  teacher  of  music,    10  N. 

St  David  street 
Mackenzie,  Geo.  W.S.  9  Hill  street 
Mackenzie,  Innes,  &  Logan,  W.S.  23  Queen  st. 
Mackenzie,  Jdines{M'K.,  Innes,  ^-  Logan),  9 

Doune  terrace 
Mackenzie,  .lames,  tailor,  3  N.  St  David  st. 
Mackenzie,   .lamis  Hay,  W.S.   chambers  29 

Charlotte  square 
Mackenzie,  James,  tinsmith,  151  West  port 
Mackenzie,  James,  27  Howe  street 
Mackenzie,  J.  W.  &  J.,  W.S.  16  Royal  circus  1 
Mackenze,  John,  W.S.  16  Royal  circus  | 

Mackenzie,  Jn.  Whitefoord,  W.S.  1 6  Royal  cir.  i 
Mackenzie,  John,  gardener  and  florist.  Rose 
cottage,  Grange  loan 


j  Mackenzie,  John,  manager,  Scottish  Widows' 
!  Fund  and  Life  Assurance  Society,  11  Aber- 
1      cromby  place 

Mackenzie,  John,  9  George  street 
j  Mackenzie,  John  U.  general  commission  mer- 
i      chant,  44  Rankeillor  street 
Mackenzie,  Joseph,  2  Hermitage  hill 
Mackenzie,  J.  O.  {M'K.  ^  Baillie),  7  Royal 

circus 
Mackenzie,  Kenneth,  accountant,29  Northum- 
berland street 
Mackenzie,  Rev.  John,  1  Oxford  terrace 
Mackenzie,  John  Ord,  W.S.  master  extraor- 
dinary in  Chancery,  &  commissioner  of  the 
Courts  of  Queen's  Bench,  Common  Pleas, 
and  Exchequer,  9  Hill  street 
Mackenzie,   Rich.  Jas.,   F.R.C.S.E.  medical 

practitioner,  34  Heriot  row 
Mackenzie,  Samuel,  mason  and  builder,  47 

Buccleuch  street 
Mackenzie,  T.  bank  messenger,  46  Bernard  st. 
Mackenzie,  Thomas,  advocate,  sheriff  of  Ross 

and  Cromarty,  24  Heriot  row- 
Mackenzie,  T.  of  Applecross,  10  Heriot  row 
Mackenzie,  Thos.  jun.  W.S.  35  Frederick  st. 
Mackenzie,  Wm.  B.  manufacturer  of  Shetland 
shawls,  hosiery,  and  woollen  underclothing, 
126  Princes  street 
Mackenzie,  W.  of  Muirton,  W.S.  29  Charlotte 

square 
Mackenzie,  Dr  W.,  H.E.I.C.S.  14  Carlton  ter. 
Mackenzie,  Rev.  Wm.  2  Jamaica  street.  Ferry 

road.  North  Leith 
Mackenzie,  William,  bookseller  and  publisher, 

5  Clerk  street 
Mackenzie,  W.  and  J.  H.,  W.S.  chambers  29 

Charlotte  square 
Mackenzie,  Wm.  road  overseer,  Lochend  road 
Mackenzie,  Wm.  lodgings,  25  Abercromby  pi. 
Mackenzie,  Wm.  boot  maker,  27  W.  Regr.  st. 
Mackenzie,  JIrs  Wm.  3  Hamburgh  place 
Mackenzie,  Mrs  A.  lodgings,  111  George  st. 
Mackenzie,  The  Hon.  Mrs  Hay,  of  Cromarty, 

10  Royal  circus 
^Mackenzie,  Mrs  Alex.  5  Duncan  st.  Newington 
Mackenzie,  JMrs  Kincaid,  5  Gayfield  square 
Mackenzie,  Mrs,  midwife,  150  High  street 
^lackenzie,  Jlrs  Pilchard,  31  Abercromby  pi 
Mackenzie,  Mrs  Rodrick,  10  Cassells'  place 
Mackenzie,  Mrs,  22  Lyndoch  place 
Mackenzie,  Mrs,  29  Broughton  place 
^Mackenzie,  Mrs,  draper,  83  Nicolson  street 
Mackenzie,  The  Hon.  Charlotte,  and  the  Hon. 

Augusta,  of  Seaforth,  57  Castle  street 
Mackenzie,  Miss,  boarding  establishment  for 

young  ladies,  Morningside,  Bank  house 
Mackenzie,  Miss,  Jordan  bank,  Morningside 
Mackenzie,  Miss,  38  Dublin  street 
Mackenzie,  Miss,  French  staym.  59  Thistle 

street 
Mackenzie,  Misses,  36  Dublin  street 
M'Kenzie,  Alexander,  tailor,  3  Clyde  street 
M'Kenzie,  David,  ironmonger,  36  Victoria  st. 


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M'Kenzie,  James,  bookbinder  and  stationer, 

22  Duke  street 
M'Kenzie,  John,  clock  maker,  82  So.  bridge 
M'Kenzie,  Thomas,  jeweller,  48  Rose  street 
M'Kenzie,  VVm.  5  Brown  street 
M'Kenzie,  Wm.  tailor,  10  Duncan  street 
Mackenzie,  Mrs,  40  Northumberland  street 
M'Kenzie,  Mrs  A.  map  and  plan  colourer,  6 

Rose  street 
M'Kenzie,  Mrs,  5  Craigside  place 
M'Kenzie,  Mrs,  lodgint;s,  9  Roxburgh  terrace 
M'Kenzie,  Mrf,  straw  hat  maker,  5  Alison  sq. 
M'Kerlie,    Robert,     Ordnance     store-keeper, 

Castle,  Stuart  street,  Piershill 
M'Kerracher,  Miss  J.  Berlin  and  fancy  ware- 
house, 57  North  Frederick  street 
M'Kerrell,  Rev.  Francis,  St  Mary's  Catholic 

Church,  Broughion  street 
M'Kerrell,  Mrs,  42  Drummond  street 
Mackersy,  Wm.,  W.S.  24  London  street 
Mackie,  Chas.  surgeon,  7  N.-west  Circus  place 
Mackie,  John,  messenger,  Ba?ik  of  Scotland 
Mackie,  John   W,   confectioner  and  biscuit 
manufacturer   to   the    Queen   and    Royal 
Family,  108  Princes  street 
Mackie,  John,  letter-carrier,  16  Roxburgh  pi. 
Mackie,  John,  10  Hermitage  place,  Leith 
Mackie,  Lieut.  John,  iustrucior  of  military 
and  civil  engineering  and  mining,  in  the 
Scottish  Military  Academy,  4  Raeburn  pi. 
Mackie,  N.  M.  (M.  B.  ^  Co.),  32  Bernard  st. 
Mackie,  Thomas,  shipmaster,  4  London  row 
Mackie,  Mrs,  25  India  street 
Mackie,   Mrs   John,   engraver,   lithographer, 

and  stamp- cutter,  265  High  street 
Mackie,   Miss,    milliner    and  dressmaker,  8 

Werayss  place 
Mackie,  Miss,  milliner,  7  St  Vincent  street 
Mackinlay  and  Macphail,  drapers  and  whole- 
sale  stay  manufacturers  and   outfitters,  1 
Bank  street 
Mackinlay,  David,  of  Newlandburn,  25  Royal 

terrace 
Mackinlay,  Duncan,  138  George  street 
Mackinlay,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  38  India  place 
Mackinlay,  Mise,  138  George  street 
M'Kinlay,  Chas.  &  Co.  winemerchts.  and  gen. 

agents,  104  Constitution  street 
M'Kinlay,  Chas.  {M'K.  S  Co.),  14  Pilrig  st. 
M'Kinlay,  Mrs  Janet,  52  Cumberland  street 
M'Kinlay,  Mrs,  milliner,  French  stay  &  dress- 
maker, 4  Blenheim  place 
Mackinron,  John,  spirit  mercht.  Bristo  port 
Mackinnon, Duncan,  Ship  tavern,  ]35  High  st. 
Mackinnon,  Charles,  Edgehill,  Deau 
Mackinnon,  A.  &  J.  spirit  dealer,  1 13  Cowgate 
Mackintosh,  Alex,  dairyman,  13  Greenside  st. 
Mackintosh,  Alexander,  tailor  and  clothier, 

23  Howe  street 
Mackintosh,    jEneas,   classical    teacher,     10 

Nicolson  street 
Mackintosh,  Andrew,  advocate,  31  Northum- 
berland street 


Mackintosh,  James,  of  La  Mancha,  7  Inver- 

leitli  row. 
Mackintosh,  John,   tobacconist,  42  Nicolson 

St.,  155  High  St.,  and  63  S.  bridge— house, 
Eden  cottage 
Mackintosh,  John  (Inland  Revenue),  2  Forbea 

street,  Beaumont  place 
Mackintosh,  Rev.  Lauchlan,  25  Scotland  Bt. 
Mackintosh,  L.,  S.S.C.  31  Northumberland  st. 
Mackintosh,  Wm.  writer,  18  Lothian  street 
Mackintosh,  Mrs  William,  1  Dean  terrace 
Mackintosh,  Mrs  Jas.  58  Lauriston  street 
Mackintosh,   Mrs,  lace-joiner   and  repairer, 

23  Howe  street 
Mackintosh,  Miss,  milliner  and  dressmaker, 

9  Hill  square 
Macknight,  A.  Edwd.  advocate,  12  London  st. 
Macknight,  James,  W.S.  12  London  street 
Macknight,  Thos.  M.D.  8  Mansfield  place 
Macknight,  Mrs,  12  London  street 
M'Kutcheon,  Jas.  governor,  Orphan  hospital 
Mackray,  Rev.  W.  8  Keir  street 
Maclachlan,  John  (M.  §-  Stewart),  Clearburn 

house,  Prestonfield 
Maclachlan  and  Ivory,  W.S.  22  Duke  street 
Maclachlan  &  Stewart,  booksellers  and  pub- 
lishers, 64  South  bridge 
Maclachlan,    George   (-M'L.    and  Ivory),  20 

Duke  street 
Maclachlan,  William,  2  Morrison  place 
M'Lauchlan,  Rev.  James,  12  Roxburgh  place 
M'Lachlan,  John,  teacher,  15  Graham  street 
M'Lachlan,  Robert,  81  Canongate 
M'Lachlan,  Wm.  grocer  and  wine  merchant, 

5  Lindsay  place — ho.  38  Rankeillor  street 
M'Lachlan,  Mrs,  2  London  street 
Maclagan,  David,  M.D.,F.R.C.P.,  surgeon  to 

the  Queen,  129  George  street 
Maclagan,  David,  manager.  Alliance  Assurance 

Company,  95  George  street 
Maclagan,  IDavid,  accountant,  24  Stafford  st. 
Maclagan,  Douglas,  M.D.  surg.  28  Heriot  row 
Maclagan,  Peter,  77  Great  King  street 
Maclagan,  Thos.  teacher  of  dancing,  70  St 

Leonard  street 
M'Lagan,  Miss  Janet,  5  John's  place 
M'Laine,  Angu:*,  39  Inverleith  row 
Maclaren,  Charles,  Moreland  cottage.  Grange 

loan 
Maclaren,  J.  teacher,  11  Hamilton  pi. — ho.  10 
Maclaren,  John,  bookseller  and  stationer,  139 

Princes  street — house,  7  Mary's  place 
M'Laren,  Oliver,  &  Co.  linen,  woollen,  and 

furnishing  drapers  and  haberdashers,  329 

High  street 
M'Laren,  Alex,  furnish,  tailor,  21  Carnegie  st. 
M'Laren,  Alex.  3  Leopold  place 
M'Laren,  A.  hosier  and  draper,  67  Pleasance 
M'Laren,  Daniel,  cork  manufacturer,  6  East 

Adam  street 
M'Laren,  Daniel,  baker,  23  Duke  st.  Leith 
M'Laren,  Dav.  (Jas.  ML.  ^-  Son),  Greenhill 

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M'Laren,  David  and  Co.  merchants,  9  Con- 
stitution street 
M'Laren,  D.  and  G.  wine  merchants,  15  St 

Andrew  street,  Leith 
M'Laren,  David  {D.M'L.  ^  Co.),  15  Forth  st. 
M'Laren,  Right  Hon.  Dun.,  Lord  Provost  of 

the  City,  Newington  house 
M'Laren,  G.  Adinston  (i>.  ^  G.  M'Laren),  1 

Cassells'  place 
M'Laren,  James  &  Sons,  wholesale  tea  dealers, 

7  Roxburgh  place 
M'Laren,  James,  bootmaker,  6  Duncan  st. — 

house,  20  Drummond  place 
M'Laren,  Jas.(Smith  ^-AI'L.),  10  Welling,  pi. 
M'Laren,  John,   riddle    maker  and  wooden 

ware  merchant,  98  West  bow 
M'Laren,  John,  shoemaker,  1  Claremont  place 
M'Laren,    John,    boot    and    shoemaker,    2 

Veitch's  place 
M'Laren,  John,  spirit  dealer,  220  Cowgate 
M'Laren,  Jos.  merchant,  2  Haddington  place 
M'Laren,  Lockhart,  watchmaker,  20  Drum- 
mond place 
M'Laren,   M.  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  14 

Roxburgh  place 
M'Laren,  Peter,  cabinetmaker  and  upholsterer, 
22  Greenside  place — ho.  59  Broughton  st. 
M'Laren,  Peter,  officer  of  Inland   Revenue, 

9  Gardner's  crescent 
M'Laren,  Thos.  spirit  dealer,  12  Shore 
M'Laren,  Thomas,  wright,  9  Davie  street 
M'Laren,  William  (  Wrn.  Gray  &^  Co.),  7  Pilrig 

street 
M'Laren,  William,  printer,  2  Salisbury  square 
M'Laren,  Mrs  Alex,  spirit  dealer,  1  Bath  st. 

— house  1  Fox  lane,  Leith 
M'Laren,  Mrs  Duncan,  7  Mary's  place 
M'Laren,  Mrs,  42  George  square 
M'Laren,  Mrs  Catharine,  24  Clarence  street 
M'Laren,  Mrs  Neil,  56  Great  King  street 
M'Laren,  Miss  Jane,  Moredun,  Spring  gar- 
dens. Abbey  hill 
Maclauchlan,  Rev.  Thos.  104  Lauriston  place 
M'Lauchlan,  Peter,  tea,  wine,  and  spirit  mer- 
chant, 34  Castle  street 
M'Lauchlan,  Mrs  Lieut.  G.Preston  street 
Maclaurin,  Mrs  J.  6  West  Claremont  street 
Maclaurin,  J.  {Brilisk  Linen   Co.),   6  West 

Claremont  street 
Maclaurin,  Mrs  P.  48  Frederick  street 
M'Lay,  Peter  {Melrose  <^  Co.),  27  Hamilton 

place 
Maclean  &  Son,  grocers,  fruiterers,  and  Italian 
warehousemen  to  the  Queen,  27  Princes  st. 
and  61  Queen  st. 
Maclean,  Alexander,  architect,  10  North  St 

Andrew  street 
Maclean,   Alexander,  architect,   6  Laverock 

bank,  Trinity 
Maclean's  School,  19  Thistle  street — William 

Hall,  teacher 
Maclean,  T.  engineer,  West  end  of  N.  Dock 
M'Lean,  Alex,  writer,  5  Leilh  street  terrace 


M'Lean,  Alex,    wine  and  spirit    merchant, 

1  High  street 
M'Lean,  And.  basketmaker  and  importer  of 

willows,  61  Tolbooth  wynd,  Leith 
M'Lean,  Andrew,  chemist  and  druggist,  2  St 

Andrew  square 
M'Lean,  Angus,  spirit  merchant,  133  Highst. 
M'Lean,  Charles,  engraver  and  enameller,  18 

St  James'  square 
M'Lean,  Charles,  mattress-maker,   42   Tol- 
booth wynd,  Leith 
M'Lean,  Charles,  grocer,  tea  and  winemercht. 

4  Queensferry  street  and  50  Dundas  street 
M'Lean,  Dug.   &  Son,  purveyors  of  fruit  to 

the  Queen,  61  Queen  street 
M'Lean,  Fitzroy  J.  G.  {3Iartin  6;  M'Lean), 

21  Albany  street 
MacLean,  John,  S.K.  Laverock  bank,  Trinity 
MacLean,  John,  lodgings,  57  Hanover  street 
IM'Lean,  Malcolm,  gentlemen's  sick  nurse,  148 

Rose  street 
M'Lean,  M.  New  S/tip  hotel,  20  Shore,  Leith 
M'Lean,  Robert,  house-steward,  George   He- 
riot's  hospital 
M'Lean,  Thomas,  &  Co.  guano,  corn,  and  seed- 
merchant,  46  Victoria  st — ho.  4  George  sq. 
M'Lean,  William,  90  Fountainbridge 
M'Lean,  William,  boot  &  shoe  warehouse,  275 

Canongate 
M'Lean,  William,  JMadeira  cottage,  Canaan 

lane,  Morningside 
M'Lean,  Mrs  Charles,  Silvermills  cottage 
M'Lean,  Mrs  Donald,  10  Hill  place 
M'Lean,  Mrs  Janet,  ladies'  nurse,  1  India  st. 
M'Lean,  Mrs,  repository,  19  S.  College  street 
M'Lean,  ]\Irs,  2  Hill  street 
M'Lean,  Mrs  D.  62  Queen  street 
jNI'Lean,  Mrs,  2  Charlotte  street,  Leith 
M'Lean,  Misses,  milliners,  2  Charlotte  street, 

Leith 
LI'Leay,    Ken.,   R.S.A.   portrait    painter,  5 

Castle  terrace 
M'Leish,  Robert,  clerk,  3  Cannon  st.  Leith 
M'Lellan  and  Son,  booksellers,  20  Tolbooth 

wynd,  Leith 
M'Lellan,  Miss,  teacher,  Leith  Mill  road 
^I'Lennan,  Donald,  spirit  dealer,  43  High  st 
AI'Lennan,   Donald,  commercial  traveller,  6 

Keir  street 
M'Lennan,  Dun.  spirit  dealer,  65  Shore 
M'Lennan,  J.  tailor  &  clothier,  15  Dublin  st. 
M'Lennan,  Thos.  victualler  &.  spirit  dealer, 

50  Kirkgate 
M'Lennan,  Mrs  J.  sick-nurse,  39  India  place 
M'Lennan,  Mrs,  midwife  and  ladies'  nurse,  1 

Queensferry  street 
Macleod,  Alexander,  6  Lynedoch  place 
Macleod,  Donanld,  agent  for  A.  FuUarton  & 

Co.  publishers,  44  South  bridge 
Macleod,  Gordon,  16  St  Vincent  st. 
Macleod,  J.  G.  E.  (Edin.  Academy),  1  Eyre  pi. 
Macleod,  J.  tailor  and  clothier,  37  Broughton 

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Macleod,  Nich.  (iV.  M'L.  &;   Co.),  So.  Fort 

street,  Leith 
Macleod,  N.  &  Co.  commission  merchants,and 

agents  for  the  London  Assur.  Corporation, 

Exchange  buildings,  Leith 
Macleod,  Peter,  2  George  place 
Macleod,  Rod.  gutta  perclia  and  American 

over-shoe  warehouse,  95  Princes  street 
Macleod,  Wm.  tailor,  &c.  23  Howe  st. — ho. 

71  Cumberland  street 
Macleod,  Mrs,  3  Crichton  street 
Macleod,  Mrs  John,  21  Fettes  row 
M'Leod,  Hugh,  coach-hirer,  14  Charles  street 
M'Leod,  Jas.  B.  teacher,  Morningside  place 
M'Leod,  Jn.  animal-painter,  4  Buccleuch  st. 
M'Leod,  Kenneth,    house-painter,   23    East 

Thistle  street 
M'Leod,  JNIjs  Elizabeth,  grocer,  48  Bridge  st. 
M'Leod,  Miss,  9  Archibald  place 
M'Leod,  Miss,  teacher,  48  Bridge  st. 
M'Letchie,  Rev.  James,  6  Regent  terrace 
M'Luckie,  Mrs  James,  6  Madeira  street 
M'Luskie,  Wm.  shoe  merchant,  387  Lawn- 
market 
Macmahon,M.  fur  manufacturer,  37  Hanover 

street — ho.  17  Dundas  street 
Macmahon,  Rd.  lodgings,  6  Shandwick  place 
Macmanus,    Rev.     Patrick,    St    Mary's  Ca- 
tholic Church,  Broughton  street 
M'Martin,  Mrs,  39  Montagu  street 
M 'Master,  Mrs,  lodgings,  101  Princes  street 
M'Menamy,  Rev.  Patrick,  D.D.  44  Minto  st. 
Macmillan,  John,  M.A.  {High  School),  15  Buc- 
cleuch place 
M'Millan  and  Grant,  W.S.  37  York  place 
M'Millan,  Andrew,  flesher,  7  High  market — 

house,  66  Leith  wynd 
M'Millan,  Chas.  shipmaster,  6  Hamburgh  pi. 
M'MQlan,  Dugald,  teacher,  SO  Brunswick  st. 

Stockbridge 
M'Millan,  George,  butcher,  4  So.  Melville  pi 

— house,  1  Queensferry  street 
M'Millan,  James,  shipmaster,  6  Hamburgh  pi. 

North  Leith 
M'Millan,  T.  sen.  flesher,  8  High  market 
M'Millan,  Tho.  jun.  butcher,  20  Greenside  pi. 

—house,  9  Antigua  street 
M'Millan,  Thos.  butcher,  31  Kirkgate,  Leith 
M'Millan,  Mrs,  5  Dundas  street 
M'Minn,  Francis,  superintendent,  ^^rfcwtora/ 

Insurance  Co.  48  Cumberland  street 
MacMorland,  Rev,  Peter,  20  Dean  terrace 
M'Morrin,  Adam,  dairy,  13  New  street 
MacMurdo,  Misses,  I^ugton  cottage 
M'Murray,   James,    bootmaker,   30   Candle 

maker  row 
M'Murray,  William  &  J.  wire-cloth  manufac 

turers,  Stead's  place 
M'Murtrip,  Mrs,  20  Brunswick  street 
Macnab,  James,  writer,  3  Darling's  buildings 
Macnab,  John   (A.  FuUarton  and  Co.  pub' 

lishers),  4  Laverock  bank,  Trinity 
Macnab,  Peter,  ironmonger,  29  Earl  Grey  st. 


M'Nab,  A.  gown-keeper,  Parliament  House, 

&5  India  place 
M'Nab,  James,  curator  of  the  Royal  Botanic 

gardens,  Inverleith  row 
M'Nab,  James,  grocer  and  wine  merchant,  12 

Downie  place — house,  8 
M'Nab,  Peter,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  7 

East  Richmond  street 
Macnair,  John,  brewer,  11  St  Anthony  street 

— house,  12  Royal  terrace 
M'Nair,  William,'  mercht.  21  Quality  street 

— bouse,  12  Eastfield 
M'Nair,  Mrs,  5  Rutland  square 
M'Nair,  Mrs,  5  London  street 
M 'Naught,  Mrs,  4  Hill  square 
M'Naughtan,  Charles,  commission  agent,  5 

Lutton  place 
M'Naughton,  A.  hairdresser,  58  Bernard  st 
M'Naughton,  D.  shoemaker,  9  Raeburn  pi. 
M'Naughton,  Don.  tea,  wine,  &  spirit  mercht. 

65  Rose  street 
M'Naughton,    John,    licensed    coppersmith 

and  brazier,  Fife  place 
M'Naughton,  Mrs,  33  Montagu  street 
M'Naughton,  JMiss,  8  Athole  place 
Macnee,  James  &    Co.  coach   and   harness- 
makers,  106  Princes  St.  and  148  Fountainbr. 
M'Nees,  William,  watchmaker,  153  High  street 
M'Neilie,  David  {Chancery),  21  Nelson  street 
Macneill,  Captain  Archibald,  8  Maitland  street 
M'Neill,  Alex,  advocate,  34  Dublin  street 
M'Neill,  Archibald,  W.S.  8  Hill  street— ho. 

73  Great  King  st. 
M'Neill,  Right  Hon.  Duncan,  Lord  Justice 

General,  73  Great  King  street 
M'Neill,  Sir  John,  G.C.B.  Granton  house 
M'Neill,  Robert,  wright,  1  Nelson  place 
M'Neill,  Mrs  Col.  23  St  Cuthbert  street 
M'Nicol,  Mrs,  22  Ann  street 
M'Nicoll,  Alex,  shoemaker,  32  Brunswick  st. 
M'Nicoll,  Mrs  James,  26  Pitt  street 
Macnider,  Mrs,  12  Rutland  square 
Macnie,  J.  &  C.  grocers  and  spirit-merchants, 

102  West  port 
Macnish,  Wm,,  M.D.  28  Warriston  crescent 
M'Niven,  Allan,  wine  and  spirit  merchant, 

2  Lothian  street — house,  28  Buccleuch  pi. 
Macniven   and  Cameron   {established  J  770), 

wholesale  stationers,  23  Blair  street 
Macniven,  James,  9  Henry  street 
Macniven,  P.  &  W.  &  Co.,   wholesale   and 

retail  stationers  and  pasteboard  manufrs.  19 

Blair  street 
M' Ornish,  Patrick,  writer,  74  Lauriston  place 
Macphail,  Myles,  publisher,  bookseller,  and 

stationer,  11  South  St  David  street 
Macphail,  Wm.    bookseller,    stationer,  and 

printer,  98  Princes  street 
Macphail,  Mrs,  12  Antigua  street 
M'Pherson  &  Syme,  printers,  12  South  St  Da- 
vid street 
M'Pherson,  Alex,  leather  r  cutter,   9  Litt'.e 

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M'Pherson,  Alex,  gardener,  Canaan  park 
M'Pherson,  Alex,  city  officer,  Hope  park  end 

cottage 
M'Pherson,   Archibald  &  Son,  plasterers,   1 

Hill  square 
M'Pherson,  Charles,  architect,  50  Cumbd.  st. 
M'Pherson,  Charles  {^Macpkerson  and  Syme), 

4  North  Melville  place 
M'Pherson,  D.,  7  Salisbury  street 
M'Pherson,  Lieut.  Evan,  1  Alva  street 
M'Pherson,  H.  spirit  mercht.  289  Canongate 
M'Pherson,  James  &  Co.  plumbers  and  brass- 
founders,  99  Constitution  street — house,  35 
M'Pherson,  John,  lamp  and  oil  merchant,  4 

Melbourne  place — house,  10  Graham  street 
M'Pherson,  N.  8  Fredrick  street 
M'Pherson,    Peter,    agricultural    implement 

maker,  Norton  place 
M'Pherson,  W.  {late  of  Customs),  5  Lapside  pi. 
M'Pherson,  William,  tailor  and  clothier,  423 

Lawnmarket 
M'Pherson,  Christina,  spirit- dealer,  4  West 

Richmond  street 
M'Pherson,  Mrs  C.  ladies'nurse,  89  Ironside  pi. 
M'Pherson,  Mrs,  50  Cumberland  street 
M'Pherson,  Mrs,  of  Glentruim,  12  Coates  cres. 
M'Pherson,  Mrs,  of  Belleville,  8  Piutland  st. 
M'Pherson,  Mrs,  lodgings,  57  York  place 
M'Pherson,  Miss  C.  tobacconist,  2  7  Hanover  st. 
M'Pherson,  Miss,  dairy,  4  Barony  street 
M'Pherson,  Miss,  dressmaker,  5  Duke  street 
Macqueen,    Gtorge   (Justiciary     Office),   47 

Hope  park  end 
Macqueen,  John,  haberdasher,  29  West  Nicol- 

son  street 
Macqueen,  Ken.,  H.E.I.C.S.  9  Royal  circus 
Macqueen,  Jn.  M.,  S.S.C.  72  Princes  street — 

house,  7  Alva  street 
Macqueen,  Miss  Caroline,  baker,  9  India  st. 
M'Queen,  John,  wholesale  warehouseman,  54 

North  bridge — house,  67  Great  King  street 
M'Queen,  John,  lodgings,  60  Cumberland  st. 
M'Quillen,    Wm.    silk-dyer  and   scourer,   4 

Portland  place 
M'Quillen,  James,  dyer  and  renovator,  7  W. 

Adana  street 
Macrae,  James,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  28  So. 

Hanover  street 
Macrae,   John  A.,  LL.D.,  W.S.  master  ex- 
traordinary of  the  High  Courts  of  Chancery 

of  England  and  Ireland,  14  Gloucester  place 
Macrae,  John,  grocer,  2  Clarence  street 
Macrae,  William,  tailor,  32  Wright's  houses 
M'Rae,  Dr  John,  R.N.  1  Comely  green  cres. 
M'Rae,  Kenth.  wine  &  spirit  merclit.  45  Nicol- 

son  street — house,  11   West  Richmond  st, 
Macredie,  Mrs,  69  Northumberland  street 
Macritchie,   Bayley,  &  Henderson,  W.S.   11 

Royal  Exchange 
Macritchie,  Thos.  Elder,  of  Craigton,  W.S.  4 

Gayfield  square 
Macritchie,  W.  D.,  M.D.  4  Archibald  place      j 
M'Kitchie,  John,  writer,  59  Lauriston  place    ; 


M'Vicar  and  Winks,  dressmakers,   &c.    42 

George  street 
M'Vicar,  Miss,  1  Pilrig  place 
M'Vie,  Mrs,  provision  shop,  121  Canongate 
M'Vitie,  Robert,  baker,  5  Charlotte  place 
M'Whea,  Mrs,  9  Soutli  Melville  place 
M'Whinnie,  Hugh,  shipmaster,  4  Tolbooth 

wynd,  Leith 
M'Whirter,  John,  baker,  10  Antigua  street 
M'Whirter,  Miss  Harriet,  50  Moray  place 
M' William,  Robert,  S.S.C.  23  London  street 
M'William,  Wm.  agtnt,  Stirling  und  Alloa 

Steam-boat  Company,  Granton 
M'William,  Mrs,  25  Put  street 
Mabon,  John,  auctioneer,  48  High  street 
Mabon,  Miss  A.  grocer,  12  Wright's  houses 
Machell,  Edward,  agent,  25  Lothian  street 
Mack,  James  S.  writer,  4  Pitt  st.  Bonnington 
Mack,  Wm.  B.  hat  and  cap  manuf.   2  Hunter 
square — house,   Carlton   villa,  Spring   gar- 
dens. Abbey  hill 
Mack,  ]\Irs,  3  West  Arthur  place 
Macwhirter,  Dr.  F.R.C.P.  and  F.R.S.E.  50 

Moray  place 
Madden,  Major,  26  Regent  terrace 
Mahood,  Alex.  {E.  S^  G.  Ry.  Co.),  Granton 

pier 
Maidraent,  James,  advocate,  25  Royal  circus 
Mailer,  Wm.  commer.  traveller,  5  Glover  st. 
Main  and  Son,  bootmakers,  5  Catharine  st. 
Main,  Edward,  seal  and  copperplate  engraver, 

42  George  street 
Main,  George,  hairdresser,  9  Queen  st.  Leith 
Main,  Peter,  Esq.  IMoredun,  Spring  gardens 
Main,  Thos.  hairdresser,  6  Coalhill 
Main,  Mrs  Thomas,  6  Leopold  place 
Main,  Mrs,  112  Lauriston  place 
Mair,  Major  Arthur,  29  Abercromby  place 
Mair,   William   Ludovic,   18   Duncan  street, 

Drummond  place 
Maitland,  Augustus,  W.S.  49  Melville  street 
Maitland,  Edward  Francis,  advocate,  sheriff 

of  Argyleshire,  31  IVIelville  street 
Maitland,  George  R.,  W.S.  7   North  St  An- 
drew street — house,  54  Melville  street 
Maitland,  Henry,  &  Co.  stockbrokers,  9  North 

St  David  street 
Maitland,  John,  9  Walker  street 
Maitland,  Mrs  Jane,  4  Torphichen  street 
Maitland,  Miss,  9  South-east  Circus  place 
Maitland,  Miss,  1 1  Norton  place 
Makellar,  Rev.  Dr  Angus,  8  Charlotte  square 
Makgill,  Mrs,  1 1  George  square 
IMalcolm,  Dr,  M.D.,  F.R.C.P.E.  126  Geo.  st. 
Malcolm,  Walter,  W.S.  2  Forth  street 
Malcolm,  Wr.  (  Customs),  1  Bowling-green  st. 
Malcolm,  Wm.  painter  and  glazier,  16  Cowg. 
Malcolm,  Mrs,  lodgings,  18  Charles  street 
Malcolm,  Mrs,  Middlefield 
Malcolm,  Mrs,  42  Lothian  street 
Malcolm,  I\Irs,  lodgings,  65  Castle  street 
Malcolm,  Miss,  28  London  street 
Maiden,  Jas.  lodgings,  15  &  16  Albany  street 


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Malloch,  Pat.  &  Son,  map-mounters,  18  Market 

street 
Manchester  Fire  Assurance  Co.  50  Castle 

street — Murray  &  Beith,  agents 
Manderson,  D.  &  G.  provision  shop,  11  Lon- 
don street 
Mann,  Alex,  solicitor,  6  Wellington  pi.  Leith 
Mann,  Benjamin,  shipmas.  17  Albany  st.  Leiih 
Mann,  David,  baker,  Newhaven 
Mann,  John  {Boyle  §•  M.),  42  S.  B.  Canongate 
Maun,  Wm.  {Mil/an  ^  M.),  8  London  street 
Mann,  Wm.  writer,21  Raeburn  place, and  119 

Princes  street 
Mann,  Mrs,  spirit  merchant,  15  Yardheads 
Mann,  Miss,  21  Leopold  place 
Mansfield,  Thomas,  26  Abercromby  place 
Mansfield,  Thomas  &  Robert  Spottiswoode, 

accountants,  7  Thistle  street 
Mansfield,  William,  27  Montagu  street 
Manson,  David,  S.S.C.  23  Thistle  street 
Mansou,  Robert,  clerk,  1  Forbes  street,  Beau- 
mont place 
Manson,  Miss,  17  Castle  street 
Manson,  Jane,  lodgings,  10  Hill  place 
Mantica,  Anthony,  15  Catharine  street 
Mancfactujies,     Board     of     Trustees    for, 

Royal  Institution,  Mound 
Marine  Life  and  Casualty   Mutual  Assur- 
ance  Society — William   Bowie,   agent,    17 
South  St  David  street. — See  Adv. 
Mariners'  Church  and  School,   10  Dock  st. 
]\Iarjoribank8,  Wm.  21  Inverleith  row 
Marley  Hill  Coking  Co.'s  office  for  Scot- 
land, 3  East  Register  street 
Marquis    of   Lothian's    coal    establishment, 

St  Leonard's,  Edin.  and  22  Baltic  street 
Marr,  James  &  Co.  typefounders  and  printers* 
joiners,  27  &  29  New  street,  and  London 
and  Dublin. — See  Adv. 
Marr,  Dr  Jas.,  F.R.C.P.E.  5  Brandon  street 
Marr,  John,  Richmond  villa,  Wardie,  Ferry  rd. 
Marr,  Robert,  china  merchant,  237  Canongate 
Marr,  W.  teacher  of  mathematics,  11  Keir  st. 
Marr,  William,  shoemaker,  Lochend  road 
Marr,  Mrs  James,  5  Vanburghplace,  Leith 
Marrable,  John,  Mansion-house  road.  Grange 
Marrin,  Michael,  broker,  167  Cowgate 
Marsh  &  Beattie,  booksellers,  stationers,  and 

artists'  colourmen,  13  Hanover  et. 
Marsh,  Mrs,  1  Rutland  street 
Marshall  &  Aitken,  woollen  drapers  and  clo- 
thiers, 27  North  bridge 
Marshall  &  Sons,  jewellers  &  silversmiths,  87 

George  street 
Marshall  &  Sutherland,  plasterers,  86  Consti- 
tution street 
Marshall,  Alex,  shoemaker,  2  Dean  street 
Marshall,  Arch.  41  Minto  street 
Marshall,  Captain  D.,  H.E.I.CS.   10   Royal 

terrace 
Marshall,    David,   accountant,    9   North   St 

David  street 
Marshall,  George  H.  3  Heiiot  row 


Marshall,   George,  hosier,   glover,  and  shirt 

maker,  13  Waterloo  pi. — house,  11  Comely 

green  place 
Marshall,  Geo.  {late  of  Manilla),  Grecian  cot. 
IMarshall,  James,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  62 

Broughton  street 
Marshall,  James  and  Walter,  jewellers,   41 

George  street 
Marshall,  James  &  Sons,   agents,  wine  and 

spirit  merchants,  1  Roxburgh  place 
Marshall,    James,     {J.    M.   ^   :Sons),  Man- 

sionhouse  road.  Grange 
Marshall,  Jas.  {J.  Sf  W.  M.),  13  Royal  terrace 
Marshall,  James  (Redpath,  Brown,  ^  Co.),  16 

Thomson's  place 
Marshall,  James,  plasterer,  33  Coatfield  lane 
Marshall,  Jas.  engineer,  2  Couper  street 
Marshall,  Jas.  house-steward,  Ho.  of  Refuge 
Marshall,  J.,  corn-mercht,  34  Constitution  st. 
Marshall,  John  (Jury  Court),  22  Dundas  st. 
Marshall,  John,  S.S.C.  22  Howe  street 
Marshall,  John,   plumber    and   gasfitter,   15 

West  Register  street,  and  11  S.  St  Andrew 

street — house,  11  York  place 
Marshall,  John,  advocate,  5  Randolph  cresc. 
Marshall,  Martin,  merchant,  21  Quality  street 
Marshall,    Ramsay,  &    Co.    merchants    and 

commission  agents,  24  St  James'  square 
Marshall,   Robert,   merchant,    23   Archibald 

place,  and  farmer,  Gateside,  Kivklistim 
Marshall,  Robt.  spirit  dealer,  Leven  cottage 
Marshall,  Robt.  printer,  12  S.  Rose  street  lane 
Marshall,  Robert  P.  working  jeweller,  silver- 
smith, and  optician,  15  Bank  street 
Marshall,  Robert,  Rosebank  cottage 
Marshall,  Thos.  &  Son,  drapers,  14  W.  Adam 

street 
Marshall,  Thos.  lodgings,  2  Trinity  crescent 
Marshall,  Thos.  victual  dealer,  2  Antigua  st. 
Marshall,   Thomas,  officer.   Royal   College  of 

Physicians,  9  and  10  Queen  street 
Marshall,  Thomas  and  James,  brass  casters, 

Broughton  place  lane 
Marshall,  Walter  (J.  S^  W.  M.),  27  Gayfield  sq. 
Marshall,  William,  Danish  consul-general  for 

Scotland,  26  Constitution  street,  Leith 
Marshall,  Wm.  &  Co.  gold  and  silversmiths, 

jewellers,  &  watchmakers,  62  North  bridge 

— house,  10  Archibald  place 
Marshall,  Wm.  jeweller,  290  Lawnmarket — 

house,  120  Lauriston  place 
Marshall,  Wm.  coachbuilder,  58  Bristo  street 
Marshall,  Wm.  engineer,  13  King's  place 
Marshall,   Captain  William,    H.E.I.CS.  10 

Windsor  street 
Marshall,  Wm.  jeweller,  41  Leith  street 
Marshall,  William  {M.  M.  ^'  Co.),  93  Consti- 
tution street 
Marshall,  Wm.  livery  stables,  Dublin  st.  lane 

and  Meuse  lane,  St  Andrew  street — house, 

20  Dublin  street 
Marshall,  Rev.  William,  1  Great  Wellington 

street,  Leith 


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Tklarshall,  W.  R.  merchant,  2  Smith's  place 

Marshall,  INIrs  Dr,  25  Alva  street 

Marshall,  Mrs  Thomas,  1  Laurie  street,  Leith 

Marshall,  Mrs  Wm.  18  Albany  street 

Marshall,  Mrs,  3  Summer  place 

Marshall,  Mrs,  27  Howe  street 

Marshall,  Mrs,  41  Minto  street 

Marshall,  Mrs,  midwife  and  ladies'  nurse,  30 

William  street 
Marshall,  Miss,  9  Forres  street 
Marshall,  Misses,  5  Grove  street 
Martin  &  Maclean,  W.S.  32  Great  King  st. 
Martin  and  Maclean,  dispensing  and  family 

chemists,  47  South  Clerk  street 
Martin,  Alex,  butcher,  79  Queen  street 
Martin,  David,  baker,  233  Canongate 
Martin,  Geo.  plumber,  1  Picardy  place — ho.  6 
Martin,  Hugh,  tea,  wine,  and  spirit  merchant. 

19  Carnegie  street 
Martin,  James,  wholesale  and  retail  stationer, 

engraver  and  lithographer,  21  Greenside  st. 

— ho.  20  Haddington  place 
Martin,  Jas.  victual  dealer,  167  Fountainbr. 
Martin,  James,  16  Maryfield 
Martin,  John,  surgeon,  7  Coburg  street 
Martin,    John    S.   {Bank    of  Scotland),   20 

Annandale  street 
Martin,  M.  J.,  M.D.  16  Melville  street 
Martin,  John,  W.S.  32  Great  Kiog  street 
Martin,  John,  farmer,  Inverleith  mains 
Martin,  John,  Clifton  bank,  Grange  road 
Martin,  Robert,  2  James'  place 
Martin,  Thomas,  accountant,  14  Young  st. — 

house,  27  Rutland  street 
Martin,  Walter,  wood  turner,  1 4  E ast  Rose  street 

lane 
IMartin,  William,  glass  merchant  and  glazier, 

15  Frederick  street 
Martin,  William,  S.S.C.  17  Union  street 
Martin,  Wm.  victual  dealer,  98  Nicolson  st — 

house,  12  West  Nicolson  street 
Martin,  Wm.  victual  dealer,  1  Raeburn  place 
Martin,  Wm.  victual  dealer,  2  Dean  street 
Martin,  William,  7  St  Vincent  street 
IVIartin,  INIrs  Col.  Stephen,  33  Regent  terrace 
IMartin,  Mrs  D.  lodgings,  14  Trinity  cresc. 
Martin,  Mrs,  lodgings,  23  St  Patrick  square 
Martin,  Miss  Agnes,  30  Clarence  street 
Martin,  Miss  Anne,  27  Rutland  square 
IMartin,  Miss  Janet,  corsetmaker,  4  Tollcross 
Martin,  Miss,  bookseller,  1  William  street 
Martin,  Miss,  2  S.-w.  Circus  place 
IMartin,  Miss,  13  Melville  street 
Martin,  Janet,  cloak  and  dress  maker,  2  James' 

place 
Martine,  James,  22  Scotland  street 
Martinson,  Jn.  N.  writer,  4  St  Bernard's  row 
Marwick,  William,  1  West  Claremont  street 
Marwick,  Wm.  ham  and  egg  shop,  44  West 

Richmond  street 
Mason,  And.  T.  brassfounder,  Chalmers' close, 

81  High  street 
Mason,  Alex,  baker,  20  Coupcr  street 


Mason,  D.  &  Co.  tea  and  coffee  salesmen,  37 

South  bridge 
Mason,  George,  flesher,  73  Hanover  street 
Mason,  Hector,  assist.-clerk  of  session,  15  Re- 
gister house — ho.  Spylaw  house,  Colinton 
Mason,  James,  S.S.C.  14  Pitt  street 
Mason,  John,  spirit  dealer,  22  Shore 
Mason,  John,  provision  dealer,  117  Kirkgate 
Mason,  Robert,  Meadowbank 
Mason,  Robert,  farmer,  Morton  mains 
Mason,  Thomas,  24  Mitchell  street,  Leith 
Mason,  Thomas,  com.-agent,  9  Hercles  street 
Mason,  Wm.,  S.S.C.  6  Frederick  street 
Mason,  Mrs  Agnes,  35  Castle  street 
Mason,  Mrs  Elizabeth,  lodgings,  31  India  st. 
Mason,  Mrs,  spirit  dealer,  6  Queensferry  st. 
Mason,  Mrs  J.  W.  26  Nelson  street 
Mason,  Mrs,  27  Clyde  street 
Masonic  Lodge,    Grand,  of   Scotland — His 
Grace  the  Duke  of  Athole,  grand  master; 
W.  A.  Laurie,  G.  secretary ;  J.  L.  Wood- 
man, G.  clerk  ;  Donald  Ross,  chamberlain, 
29  S.  Frederick  St.,  G.  Tyler  ;  Wm.  Bryce, 
388  Castlehill,  assistant  G.  Tyler 
Masonic   Lodge,    Canongate    Kilwinning— 
W.    N.   Fraser,  S.S.C.  41   Albany  street, 
master;  Stewart  Watson,  artist,  79  Princes 
St.  secretary — 2d  Wednesday,  monthly 
Masonic  Lodge,   Canongate  &  Leith — Tho- 
mas Dunn,  4  Junction  street,  Leith,  mas- 
ter; Alex.  Haldane,   Coatfield  lane,  sec. — 
1st  Tuesday,  monthly 
Masonic  Lodge,  Celtic — Wm.  Ireland,  con- 
tractor, B  rough  ton  cottage,  master;  Alex. 
Prin2:le  {Adjutant-  General' s  office),  sec— 
1st  Friday,  do. 
Masonic  Lodge,  Defensive  Band — Geo.  Bell, 
8  St  James  sq.  master;  Daniel  Grant,  James' 
Court,  Lawnmarket,  sec. — 4th  Tuesday,  do. 
Masonic  Lodge,  Journeymen — Walt.  Wright, 
millmaster,    Canonmills,    master;    Robert 
Phimester,  wright,   14  Lauriston  st.  sec. — 
Occasional 
Masonic  Lodge  of  Edinburgh,  Mary's  Chapel 
— Wm.  Belfrage,  master ;   Robert  Gordon, 
23   St  James'  square,   sec. — 2d    Tuesday, 
each  month.  Ship  hotel,  E.  Register  street 
Masonic  Lodge,  Roman  Eagle — John  Burnet, 
Caledonian  hotel,  1  Castle  st.  master;  James 
M'Donald,  printer,  Scottish  Press,  High  St., 
sec. — 2d  Thursday,  do. 
Masonic  Lodge,  St  David's — Arch.  Douglas 
{G.P.-O.),  17  Gilmore  place,  master;  Ed- 
mund Wilson,  writer,   108  George  street, 
sec. — 3d  Tuesday,  do. 
Masonic  Lodge,  St  James's,  Operative — Wil- 
liam   !Mann,   clothier,   1    Hanover    street, 
master;  James  Melville,  8   St  Cuthbert's 
glebe,  sec. — 1st  Thursday,  every  month 
Masonic  Lodge,  St  Luke — Sylvester  L'Amy, 
27  Northumberland  street,  master;  Rich. 
Wilson,  33  St  Andrew  square,  secretary — 
3d  Fridary  do. 


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Masonic  Lodge,  St  Stephen's — Walter  Hen- 
derson, 46  Pleasance,  sec. — 2d  Monday,  do. 
Masonic  Lodge^  St  Clair — Thomas  Drum- 
mond,    14  St  Vincent  st.  master;    Alex. 
Wright  (clerk,  Adam  &  Charles  Black,  pub- 
lishers), North  br.,  sec — 1st  Monday,  do. 
Masonic   Lodge,  Portobello — John   Tough, 
jun.,  Kirk's  pi.,  Portob.  master;  A.  Taylor, 
146  High  St.  sec. — 3d  Thursday,  do. 
Massiah,  Wm.  W.  farmer,  East  Pilton,  Inver- 

leith  row 
Masson,  Miss,  1 1  Castle  street 
Masters,  Mrs  A.  spirit  dealer,  110  Rose  street 
Masterton,  George,  spirit  dealer  11  N,-w.  Cir- 
cus place 
Masterton,  John,  tobacconist,  60  Leith  street 
Masterton,  Mrs  A.  spirit  dealer,  1  Cable  wd. 
Maternity  Hospital,  Royal,  Minto  house 
Mather,    Alex,    millwright,    162    Fountain- 
bridge 
Mather,  Geo.    M.  min.-painter,   63  Princes 

street 
Mather,   Rev.    James,    United    Presbyterian 

Library,  6  Queen  street 
Mather,  James,  flesher,  Post-office,  Newhaven 
Mather,  Jn.  &  Son,  warehousemen,  11  Leith 

street  terrace 
Mather,  Thomas,  farrier,  1 4  Greenside  row 
Mather,  Thomas,  jun.  veterinary  surgeon,  7 

Queen's  place 
Mather,  William,  flesher,  117  Grassmarket 
Mather,  W.  F.  bookseller,  101  Rose  street 
Mather,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  27  South  bridge 
Mathers,  David,  bookseller  and  stationer,  cir- 
culating library,  21   Nicolson  street,   and 
news-agent,  the  Box,  North  bridge 
Matheson,  Alex.,  Taaphall,  Queensferry  road 
Matheson,  A.  &  Co.  black  silk  and  crape  mer- 
cers to  the  Queen,  39  Georpe  street 
Matheson,  Alexander   (.4.    M.    §-    Co.).,  56 

George  street 
Matheson,  Donald,  15  Rutland  square 
Matheson,  James,  dairy,  46  Rose  street 
Matheson,   Robert,   clerk   of    H.  M.  Public 
Works,    Exchequer   Chambers — house,    8 
Abercromby  place 
Matheson,  Wm.  J.  builder,  West  Canonmills 

— house,  8  Abercromby  place 
Matheson,  Wm.  superintendent  of  children, 

city  parochial  board,  22  Gayfield  square 
Mathie,  Robt.  3  Links  place,  Leith 
Mathie,  Mrs  Mary,  Jock's  lodge 
Mathieson,  D.  spirit  dealer,  1  Macneil's  place 
Mathieson,   George,    shipowner    and    agent, 

Clitton  lodge,  Wardie 
Mathieson,  Thos.  A.  and  Co.  plane  and  edge- 
tool  makers,  65  Nicolson  street  and  1  Gil- 
more  street,  Paul's  work 
Mathison,  Alex,  spirit  dealer,  17  India  place 
Mathison,  Archibald,  gardener,  Plewlands 
Mathison,  Jas.  spirit  dealer,  7  Arthur  st. 
Mathison,  Peter,  17  Keir  street 
Mathison,  R.  spirit  mer.  262  &  339  Canong. 


Mathison,  Thos.  spirit  dealer,  1  Dean  street 
Mathison,  Miss  Elizabeth,  lodgings,  Darnley 

cottage,  Morningside 
Mathison,  J.  straw-hat  maker,  5 1  Earl  Grey  st. 
Matson,  Alex,  tobacconist,  1   Union  place — 

house,  14  Bedford  street 
Matson,  Thos.  wright,  14  Bedford  street 
Matthew,  Jas.  &  Son,  drapers  and  linen  manu- 
facturers, 431  Lawnmarket 
Matthew,  James,  macer.  High  Court  of  Justi- 
ciary, 2  Hay  street 
Matthewson,  J.  provision  mercht.  37  Kirkgate 
Mauchline,  Aw.  grocer,  23  S.  Richmond  st. 
Mauchline,  James  {G.  P.-  O.),  30  James'  sq. 
Maughan,  Ed.  J.  inspector  of  Inland  Revenue, 

5  Mary's  place 
Maughan,  Captain  Philip,  37  Melville  street 
Maule,  George,  builder,  58  Broughton  street 
Maule,  John,  architect,  50  Brunswick  street 
Maxton,  Jn.  wine  mercht.  Bank  street,  Leith 
Maxton,  Mrs,  1 1  Archibald  place 
Maxwell,  Marshall,  and  Co.  corn  factors,  26 

Constitution  street 
Maxwell,  Airs  A.  H.  1 1  Coates  crescent 
Maxwell,  Geo.  dairy,  7  North  Melville  place 
Maxwell,  J.  L.  clerk,  20  Rankeillor  street. 
Maxwell,  John  Hall,  of  Dargavel,  secretary. 
Highland  and  Agricidtural  Society  of  Scot- 
land, 6  Albyn  place 
Maxwell,  J.  teacher,  17  Duke  street,  Leith 
Maxwell,  Patrick,  2  Lord  Russell  place 
Maxwell,  William,  draper,  2  So,  St  David  st. 
Maxwell,  Dowager  Lady,  of  Calderwood,   6 

Royal  circus 
Maxwell,  Mrs,  of  Shrub  hill,  Shrub  hill  house 
Maxwell,  Airs  James,  2  Salisbury  place 
Maxwell,  Mrs  James,  lodgings,  18  Dundas  st. 
Maxwell,  Mrs  Jane,  ladies'  nurse,  6   Rich- 
mond place 
Maxwell,  Miss,  Greenhill 
May,  Wra.   general   furnishing  and   agency 

house,  22  Catharine  street 
Mayne,  Robert,  27  Melville  street 
Mayne,  Miss,  20  Drummond  place 
Meade,  John,  jeweller,  lapidary,  and  seal  en- 
graver, 4  North  St  Andrew  street 
Meade,  John,  64  Broughton  street 
Meaten,  Fred,  teacher  of  Music,  7  India  st. 
Mechanics'  Subscription  Library,  7  James' 

court 
Medical  Hall,  H.C,  Baildon,  73  Princes  st. 
Medical,  Invalid,  and  General  Life  Society, 

2  North  St  David  street — W.  Bell,  agent' 
Medical,   Legal,  and  Gen.  Mutual  Life  As- 
surance  Society — J.   Mundell,    agent,    33 
Warriston  crescent 
Medical  Royal  Society,  7  Melbourne  place 
Meek,  And.  hosier  and  glover,  43  North  bridge 

—house,  6  Stafford  street 
Meek,  John,  city  missionary,  Wight's  place 
Meek,  Robert,  working  jeweller,  12  Thistle 

street — house,  33  Howe  street 
Meek,  Thomas,  baker,  23  Hercles  street 


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Meek,  Thos.  &  Co.  merchants  and  commission 
agents,  104  Constitution  st. — house,  Thom- 
son's place 
Meek,  Mrs,  private  boarding  establishment,  6 

Stafford  street 
Meek,  Mrs,  4  Duncan  street,  Newington 
Meik,  Miss,  8  Howard  place 
Meiklam,  Mrs,  18  AthoU  crescent 
Meikle,  Chris,  accountant,  G3  Hanover  st. 
Meikle,    George   (G.    Jamiesun    ^-   Son)^    3 

Park  street 
Meikle,  G.  tailor  and  clothier,  10  Hanover  st. 
Meikle,  Philip,  provision  shop,  18  Yardheads 
Meikle,  Wm.,  S.S.C.  master  extraordinary  in 

Chancery,  66  Great  King  street 
Meikle,  Mrs  Geo.  lodgings,  3  Regent  street 
Meikle,  Mrs,  dressmaker,  10  Hanover  street 
Meiklejohn,  John,  teacher,  7  St  Anthony  pi. 
Meiklejohn,  John,  spirit  dealer,  127  High  st. 
Meiklejohn,  Mrs,  74  Great  King  street 
Meiklereid,  David,  shipmaster, 41  Shore,  Leith 
Mein,   Alexander,  hat  manufacturer,  20  St 

John  street— house,  94  George  st. 
Mein,A.,M.D.  surgeon-dentist,  94  George  st. 
Mein,  Francis,  lodgings,  69  Broughton  street 
Mein,   J.   Z.   engraver,    printer,    aud    litho- 
grapher, 35  Leith  street 
Mein,  Mrs,  65  Nicolson  street 
Meldrum,  George,  accountant,  53  York  place 
Meldrum  Sisters,  milliners,  44  N.  Frederick 

street 
Melrose,  Andvv.  &  Co.  teadealers  to  theQueen, 

and  grocers,  93  George  st.  and  122  High  st. 
MelrD33,  Andw.  {A.  M.  ^'  Co.),  Chapel  house 
Melrose,  Colville,  2  Poultry  market 
Melrose,  James,  manager,  Eagle  and  Hender- 
son's nursery,  Leith  walk 
Melrose,  John  {A.  M.  i'  Co.),  18  Moray  place 
Melrose,  John,  tailor  &  clothier,  10  George  st. 
Melrose,  John,  cork- cutter,  13  South  back  of 

Canongate 
Melrose,  ]Mrs,  lodgings,  99  Princes  street 
Melville  aud  Douglas,  accountants,  &c.  9  N. 

St  David  street 
Melville,  Andrew,  fishing- hook  manufacturer, 
28  Leith  street — house,  4  Salisbury  street 
Melville,  Archd.,  W.S.  43  York  place 
Melville,   F.    S.  (Melville  ^  D.),  11  South 

Castle  street 
Melville,  Geo.  14  Brandon  street 
Melville,  Janoes  M.,  W.S.  110  George  street 
Melville,  John,  W.S.  13  Heriot  row 
Melville,  John,  12  Calton  hill 
Melville,  Mrs,  grocer,  Ciierrybank 
Melville,  Misses  Whyte,  27  Moray  place 
Melvin,  Alex,  brewer,  Boroughloch 
Mellon,  John,  pavior,  109  Canongate 
Menelaws,   Wm.  grocer  and  wine  merchant, 

143  George  st. — 1  W.  Maitland  st. 
Menelaws,  William,  baker,  187  Canongate 
Menelaws,  Mrs,  milliner, 
Menteath,  A.  Stuart,  38  Melville  street 
Menzies  &  Maconochie,  W.S.  10  Hill  street 


Menzies  &  Co.  shipbuilders.  Wet  docks 
Menzies,  Allan  (M.  and  Maconochie),  Murray- 
Held  bouse 
Menzies,    Archibald,   teacher  of  music,    55 

Cumberland  street 
Menzies,  George  ( Jf.  and  Co.),  Leith  mount 
Menzies,  Graham  &  Co.  distillers,  Sunbury 
Menzies,  Grab.  {G.  M.  ^'Co.),  Sunbury  house 
Menzies,  James,  19  St  Patrick  square 
Menzies,  Jas.  Queen's  Hotel,  131  Princes  st. 
Menzies,  Js.  M.  engraver,  printer,  and  litho- 
grapher, 27  Hanover  st. — ho.   1  Gardner's 
crescent 
Menzies,  John,  bookseller  and  publisher,  61 

and  63  Princes  st. — ho.  28  N.  Nelson  st. 
Menzies,  John,  pawnbroker,  8  Cowgate 
Menzies,  John,  engraver,  1  Gardner's  crescent 
Menzies,  Sergt.  Alexander,  teacher  of  ladies' 
exercises,  Naval  and  Militai-y  Academy,  Lo- 
thian road 
Menzies,  Thomas,  wholesale  lace  and  furnish- 
ing warehouse,  39  Lothian  street 
Menzies,  Thomas  (Leith,  Edinburgh,  and  Glas- 

gow  Shipping  Co.),  2  Cooper  street 
Menzies,  Captain  Wm.  114  George  street 
Menzies,  Wm.  56  Buccleuch  street 
Menzies,  William,  M.D.  3  Lothian  road 
Menzies,  Hon.  Lady,  of  Menzies,  Abbey  hill 

house 
Menzies,  Mrs  E.  lodgings,  22  India  street 
Menzies,  Mrs  John,  Regent  street,  Leith 
Menzies,  ]\Irs  Robert,  7  Rankeillor  street 
Menzies,  ]\Irs,  Reading-Room.,  129  Constitu- 
tion street 
Menzies,  Mrs,  25  Pitt  street 
Menzies,  Mrs,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  Lap- 
side  place 
Menzies,  Miss,  A.  32  Rankeillor  street 
Menzies,  Miss,  3  Graham  street 
Menzies,  Miss,  25  Charlotte  square 
Menzies,  Misses,  boarding  school,  Lauriston 

house 
Menzies,  Miss  Jessie,  3  Leopold  place 
Merard,  Diseari,  hatter,  8  N.  bridge — house, 

1  Fieshmarket  close 
Mercantile    Marine    Shipping    Office,   60 
Tolbooth  wynd,  Leith — Capt.  T.  Thomson 
Mercantile    &    House    Agency   Office   & 

Rooms,  5  Elder  street — D.  Hardie 
Mercantile  Agency  Office,  413  Lawnmar- 

ket — W.  S.  Douglas,  manager 
Mercantile     Record    and     Remembrancer 
Office,  25  St  James' sq — William  Hill,  sec. 
Mercer,  George  and  Son,  lace  merchants,  17 

Nicolson  street 
Mercer,  Mrs  Geo.  of  Gorthy,  14  Moray  pi. 
Mercer,  James  (Inland  Revenue),  3  Hill  sq. 
Mercer,   Valter  ( G.  M.  and  Son),  7  Lutton  pi. 
Mercer,   William,   trimming   merchant,    12 

Union  pi. — ho.  59  Broughton  st. 
Mercer,    William    (  VV.   M.    and    Co.),    59 

Broughton  street 
Mercer,  Mrs  Ann,  4  Morton  street 


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Mercer,  Miss,  dressmaker,  5  So.  James'  st. 
Merchants'  Hall,  4  Hunter  square 
Merchants'  and  Tradesmen's  Mutual  Life 

Assurance  Society,  1  North  St  David's  st. 

— James  T.  Douglas,  agent — See  Adv. 
Merrilees,     Fletcher,    surgeon-dentist,    101 

George  street 
Merrilees,  Mrs  John,  4  N.  St  Andrew  st. 
Merrilees's  dental  surgery,  4  N.  St  Andrew  st. 
Merry,  Dr,  12  Comely  bank 
Messer,  Adam,  F.R.C.S.E.  6  Maitland  street 
Messer,  James,  slater,  36  St  Leonard  street 
Metcalfe,  Rev.  John,  19  Regent  terrace 
Methuen,  Jas.  fish-curer,  90  Giles'  st.  and  4 

Sandport  street,  and  8  Elbe  street — ho.   1 

Albany  street.  North  Leith 
Methven,    Thomas,  nursery  and  seedsman, 

Stan  well  lodge 
Methven,  William,   trimming  warehouse,   6 

Lindsay  place 
Methven,  Wm.  11  Roxburgh  street 
Meyer,  M.  H.  cabinetmaker,  Burnet's  close — 

house,  156  High  street 
Meyer,    Charles,    silk    mercer   and    French 

importer,  95  George  street 
Meyer,  Rev.  Theodore,  teacher  of  Hebrew  and 

German,  136  George  street 
Meyer,  Mademoiselle,  dress  and  corset  maker, 

miUiuer,  &c.  95  George  street 
Michie,  James,  4  York  place 
Michie,  R.   S.  engraver,  and  printer,   19  St 

David  street 
Michie,  Miss,  furnishing  shop,  7  Queen's  pi. 

Leith  walk 
Michie,  Miss  Margaret,  14  Archibald  place 
Mickel,  Stephen,  grocer,  106  High  street 
Middlemas,  Adam,  grocer  and  prov.  merchant, 

52  S.  Clerk  street 
Middlemass,  Geo.  wright,  169  Causeyside 
Middlemass,  G.  cattle  dealer,  1  W.  Newington 
Middlemass,  James,  clothier,  shirt-merchant 

and  outfitter,  18  South  bridge 
Middlemass,  John,  wine  and  spirit  merchant, 

93  Nicolson  street — ho.  169  Causeyside 
Middlemass,  Robert,  wine  and  spirit  mercht. 

4  Spittal  street 
Middlemass,  Robt.   baker  and   confectioner, 

2o  West  Preston  street 
Middlemass,  Thomas,  furniture  dealer,  21  St 

Andrew  street,  Leith 
Middlemass,  William,  6  Elm  row 
Middlemass,  William,  wright,  20  Bedford  st. 
Middlemass,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  36  Lauriston 

street 
Middlemess,  Mrs  E.  victl.  deal.  44  S.  Clerk  st. 
Middleton,  Alex.  Commer.  hotel,  Lothian  rd. 
Middleton,  David,  H.  M.  assistant  inspector  of 

schools,  5  Clarence  street 
Middleton,  John,  M.D.,  physician  and  sur- 
geon, 1  West  Adam  st. — ho.  4  St  John  st. 
Middleton,  Captain  John,  district  paymaster, 

3  Hope  street — house,  Waltham  lodge,  Mur- 

raj  field 


Middleton,  Robert,  mill-master.  Bell's  mills 
Milburn,  Dr  George,  3  Nicolson  square 
Mill,  Ebenezer,  S.S.C.  and  Notary  Public,  51 

Princes  street — house,  12  AthoU  place 
Mill,  George,  tailor,  22  Raeburn  place 
Mill,  Jas.  grocer  and  spirit  merchant,  16  Wil- 
liam street 
Mill,  John  (ISr.  B.  Advertiser),  2  Buccleuch  pi. 
Mill,  Mrs,  39  George  street 
Mill,  Mrs  John,  8  Picardy  place 
Millan  and  Mann,  clothiers  &  habit  makers,  1 

Hanover  street 
Millan,  Robert  {M.  ^  Mann),  8  Abercromby 

place 
Millar,  A.  M.  &  Co.  commission  merchants 

and  insurance  agents,  4^  North  bridge 
Millar,  Adam,  watchmaker  and  jeweller,  62 

Leith  street 
Millar,  Andrew,  watch  and  clockmaker,  5  W. 

Nicolson  street — house,  5  Lutton  place 
Millar,  Archd.  smith,  37  Lothian  street 
Millar,  D.  printer,  24  Salisbury  street 
Millar,  David  B.  tailor,  166  High  street 
Millar,  David,  coal  merchant,  2  Alva  street 
Millar,  David,  buildtr  and  pavement  mercht. 

Bellevue — house,  75  Broughton  street 
Millar,  Rev.  James,  garrison  chaplain,  Edin- 
burgh castle — house,  5  Ann  street 
Millar,  James  S,  surgeon,  9  Archibald  place 
Millar,  James,  teacher  of  English,  6  Mary  pi. 
Millar,  Jas.  cork  manufacturer,  32  Tolbooth 

wynd,  Leith 
Millar,  James,  grocer,  160  Pleasance 
Millar,  James,  merchant,  59  Kirkgate 
Millar,  James,  ironmonger  and  seed  merchant, 
52  Grassraarket — house,  3  Morningside  pi. 
Millar,    James,    confectioner,    1    North-west 

Circus  place 
Millar,  James,  baker,  7  Keir  street 
Millar,  John,  {late  Ric/id.  Mi/larSiSo7i),dock 
and  watchmaker,  44  North  bridge — house, 
1  Brown's  place,  Vennel 
Millar,  John,  confectioner,  8  and  13  Kirkgate 
Millar,  Rev.  John,  30  Gilmore  place 
Millar,  John,  advocate,  10  Abercromby  place 
Millar,  John,  shoemaker,  3  N.-W.  Circus  place 
Millar,  John,  potter  to  her  Majesty,  china  and 
glass  warehouse,  2  So.  St  Andrew  street — 
house,  4  Meuse  lane 
Millar,  John,  victual  dealer,  248  Canongate 
Millar,  John,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  sta- 
bling, 3  Church  street 
Millar,  Laurence,  26  Frederick  street 
Millar,  Richard,  watchmaker,  44  N.  bridge — 

ho.  1 1  Lutton  place 
Miliar,  Richd.  jun.  watch,  clock,  and  nautical 
instrument  maker,   58  Bridge   st. — house, 
Albany  street,  Leith 
Millar,  Robert,  teacher,  57  N.  Hanover  st. 
Millar,   Robert,  block  maker,   6   Royal  Ex- 
change 
Millar,    Thos,    and    James,   trimming   mer- 
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Millar,  Wm.  transcriber  of  ancient  manuscripts, 

searcher  of  records,  and  law  stationer,  3 

Dundas  street 

Millar,  William  S.,  M.  D.,  68  Broughton  place 

Millar,  Wm.  smith.  Castle  terrace— house,  22 

Rutland  square 
Millar,  Wm.  writer,  28  Cumberland  street 
Millar,  Wm.  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  15  Cable 

wynd 
Millar,   Wm.   White,   S.S.C   agent   for   the 
Monarch  Fire  and    Life  Insurance    Co.  8 
Bank  street 
Millar,  Mrs  Anne,  4  Picardy  place 
Millar,  Mrs  David  and  Miss  Morison,  15  Leo- 
pold place 
Millar,  Mrs  Dr  J.  30  Gilmore  place 
Millar,  Mrs  J.  H.  10  Abercromby  place 
Millar,  Mrs  Jane,  Werter  house 
Millar,  Mrs  Rachel,  grocer,  13  Atholl  place 
Millar,  Mrs  Wm.  73  Constitution  street 
Millar,  Mrs,  7  Craigie  terrace 
Millar,  Mrs,  East  Hermitage,  Leith 
Millar,  Mrs,  of  Earnock,  21  Royal  terrace 
Millar,  Miss  Elizabeth,  129  Princes  street 
Millar,   Miss,  dressmaker   and  milliner,   108 

GeorgQ  street 
Millar,  Miss,  17  Broughton  place 
Millar,  Miss,  18  Frederick  street 
Millar,  Miss,  1 1  Ainslie  place 
Miller  &  Richard,  typefounders  to  her  Ma- 
jesty, G5  Nicolson  street 
Millers  &  Arthur,  paint,  varnish,  and  colour 
manufacturers  and  oil  merchants.  Timber 
bush  and  5  Shore 
Miller  and  Crawford,  S.S.C.  59  George  sq. 
Miller  and  Fairly,  printers,  11  Horse  wynd 
Miller  and  Grinton,  basket  and  toy  wareho. 

32  Princes  st. — house,  1  Hill  square 
Miller,  Alex,  cabiuetmaker,.  58  Albany  street 
Miller,  Alex.  5G  Broughton  street 
Miller,  Andrew,  9  St  Leonard's  lane 
Miller,   David,   typefounder,   West   Sciennes 

street 
Miller,  Geo.  wine  &  spir.  mer.  23  Elm  row 
Miller,  James,  S.S.C.  20  Nelson  street 
Miller,  James,  F.R.C.S.E.  professor  of  sur- 
gery in  the  University,  51  Queen  street 
Miller,  James,  ironmonger,  70  Princes  street 
Miller,  James,  gardener,  Bonnington  house 
Miller,  James,  90  Constitution  street 
Miller,  Jas.  jun.   S.S.C.  (Dw^ecan  4- M.),   11 

South  Nelson  street 
Miller,  James,  agent,  21  East  Crosscausey 
Miller,  James,  engineer,  1  Braudfield  place 
Miller,  Jas.   &  Co.  coal  depot,  Edin.  Fire- 
wood Company,  136  Fountainbridge 
Miller,  J.  &  Sons,  merchants,  92  Constitution 

street 
Miller,  John,  11  Arniston  place 
Miller,  John  &  Co.  silk  mercers,  6  George  st. — 

house,  26  Nelson  street 
Miller,  John,  draper,  43   South  bridge — ho. 
5  Roxburgh  place 


Miller,  John,  1  Rutland  street 

Miller,  John,  woollen  draper,  29  N.  bridge- 
house,  92  Lauriston  place 

Miller,  John  M.  bookseller,  printer,  and  pub- 
lisher, 90  South  bridge 

Miller,  John,  writer,  2  Church  street 

Miller,  J.  jun.  civil  engineer,  12  St  Andrew 
square — house,  1  Ramsay  place 

Miller,  Jn.  baker  and  confectioner,  1  North 
St  Andrew  st bo.  15  Clyc^e  st. 

Miller,  John,  stone  warehouse,  19  Castle  st. 

Miller,  Jno.  gen.  inspector  of  fisheries.  Upper 
Hermitage,  Leith 

Miller,  Joseph,  tailor,  33  Dundas  st. 

Miller,  Joseph,  and  Co.  booksellers,  25 
George  IV.  bridge 

Miller,  Michael,  gardener,  Morningside 

Miller,  Richard  {J.  M.  ^  Sons),  90  Constitu- 
tion street 

Miller,  Rob.  accountant,  12  St  Andrew  eq. 

Miller,  Robert,  candlemaker,  23  Grassmarket 

Miller,  Robert,  7  Salisbury  road 

Miller,  Robert,  goods  department  Caledonian 
railway — house,  5  Ladyfield  place 

Miller,  Robert,  late  merchant,  3  Hailes'  street 

Miller,  Thomas,  sharebroker  and  Irish  estates 
agent,  C  St  Andrew  square — bouse,  Green- 
hill  gardens 

Miller,  Thomas,  grocer,  1  Fingal  place 

Miller,  Thomas,  baker,  1  Bread  street 

Miller,  Wm.  baker  and  confectioner,  86  Ni- 
colson street 

Miller,  Wm.  spirit  dealer,  41  Tolbooth  wynd, 
Leith 

Miller,  William,  engraver,  4  Hope  park 

Miller,  Wm.  merchant,  3  Gayfield  place 

Miller,  Wm.  sharebroker,  82  Princes  street 

Miller,  Wm.  C.  {Royal  Institution'),  6  Cas- 
sells'  place 

Miller,  Wm.  pocket-book  maker,  46  Leith  wy. 

Miller,  Mrs  Margaret,  2  London  row 

IMiller,  Mrs  N.  18  Downie  place 

Miller,  Misses,  3  Gayfield  place 

Miller,  Mrs,  of  Glenlee,  3  Shandwick  place 

Miller,  Mrs,  U  Lutton  place 

Miller,  Misses,  George  street,  North  Leith 

Miller,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  15  S.  College  st. 

Miller,  Mrs,  24  Buccleuch  place 

Miller,  Miss  Mary,  Holyrood  gardens 

Millidge  &  Son,  jewellers,  28  Princes  street — 
house,  25  Gayfield  square 

Millidge,  Mrs  Edin,  25  Gayfield  square 

Millidge,  Miss,  82  Princes  street 

Millie,  Thomas,  joiner  and  cabinetmaker, 
37  Jamaica  street  lane 

Milligan,  James,  S.S.C.  agent  for  the  Royal 
Fire  and  Life  Insurance  Co.  4  Pitt  street.— 
See  Adv. 

Milligan,  John,  2  St  John  street 

Milliken,  Miss,  37  Charlotte  square 

Millin,  C.  gardener.  Dairy  lane 

Millons,  Thos.  &  Robt.  veneer  saw-mills,  69 
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Millons,  T.(^TSc  R.  M.),  23  Gardner's  cresc. 
Millons,   Thomas  &  Son,  wood   merchaots, 

Home  street 
Millons,  Thomas,  jun.  {T.M.Sf  Son),  Drum- 

dryan  house 
Millons,  Miss,  12  Gardner's  crescent 
Mills,  Wm.  tailor  and  clothier,  63  N.  bridge 
Milne,  David,  leather  merchant,  259  Cowgate 
Milne,  George,  1 1  Archibald  place 
Milne,  George,  tailor,  9  Brighton  street 
Milne,  Geo.  M.  Chalmers'  close,  81  High  st. 
Milne,  James  S.  advocate,  20  Duncan  street, 

Drummond  place 
Milne,  James  &  Son,  brassfounders,  gasmeter 

manufrs.  &c.  IVlilton  house,  90  Cauongate 
Milne,  James  (M.  ^'  Son),  39  Lauriston  pi. 
Milne,  Jas.  surgeon,  Milne's  land,  Chalmers' 

close,  81  High  street 
Milne,  James,  spirit  dealer,  17  Charlotte  pi. 
Milne,  James,  bootmaker,  16  Bank  street — 

house,  47  Buccleuch  street 
Milne,  John  &  Co.  typefounders,  12  Thistle 

street 
Milne,  John,  gardener,  Sunnybank  cottage, 

London  road 
Milne,  John,  provision  shop,  2  N.  Junction  st. 

— house,  29  Couper  st. 
Milne,  John,  baker,  1  Maitland  st.  Newhaven 
Milne,  Jn.  wholesale  stationer,  97  George  st. 
Milne,  John  {James  M.  Sf  So7i),  H  Albany  st. 
Milne,  John,  1  Forres  street 
Milne,  Peter,  baker,  8  Clerk  street — bouse,  4 
Milne,   R.  painter  and  glazier,  70  Broughton 

street 
Milne,  Wm.  painter  and  glazier,  3  Picardy  pi. 
Milne,  William,  merchant,  106  Lauriston  pi. 
Milne,  Wm.  Temp,  hotel,  24  Greenside  St. 
Milne,  W.  S.  (  W.  .S'J-  Milne),  13  Torphichen 

street 
Milne,  Wm.  &  John,   booksellers,  desk  and 

dressing-case  makers,  33  Hanover  street 
Milne,  Wm.  spirit  merchant,   17  Broughton 

street — house,  1  Blenheim  place 
Milne,  Mrs  Agnes,  15  Keir  street 
Milne,  Mrs  Andrew,  19  Gay  field  square 
Milne,  Mrs  Janet,  5  Albany  street 
Milne,  ]\Irs  Margaret,  midwife,  2  Murray  st. 
Milne,  Miss  Janet,  dressmaker,  2  Alison  sq. 
Milne,  M.  &  Co.  straw  hat  makers,  46  Geo.  st. 
Milner,  Eben.,  M.D.  surgeon,  Leith  medical 

hall,  77  Shore — house,  50  Charlotte  street 
Milner,  Robt.  surgeon  &  apothecary,  57  Bridge 

street — house,  47  Couper  street 
Milner,  Sons,  &  Co.  silk  mercers,  drapers,  and 

haberdashers,  31  Greenside  street,  and  41 

Nicolson  street 
Milner,  Wm.  R.  silk  mercer,  linen  draper, 

and  shawl  warehouseman,  7  Kirkgate,  Leith 
Milroy,  Rev.  Andrew,  86  Lauriston  place 
Minerva  Life  Assurance  Co.  82  Great  King 

street. — See  Adv. 
Ministers'  Widows'  Fund   ofRce,  6  N.  St 

David  street 


Minto,  Dr,  41  Queen  street 

Minto,  Mrs  James,  copper  and  tin  smith,  31 

Whitfield  place 
Minto,  Mrs,  2  Helen  place,  Leith 
Mitchell  &  Heriot,  straw-hat  manufacturers, 

49  George  street 
Mitchell,  Cadell,  &  Co.  comm.  merchants  and 

corn  factors,  2  Dock  place 
Mitchell,  Adam,  gardener,  Mayfield  loan 
Mitchell,  Alex.  (Exchequer),  14  Carlton  street 
Mitchell,  Alexander,  21  Melville  street 
Mitchell,  David,  baker,  1  Dublin  st. — ho.  15 
Mitchell,  David,  35  Buccleuch  street 
Mitchell,  David,  grocer,  55  Potterrow 
Mitchell,  D.  shoemaker,  9  West  Crosscausey 
Mitchell,  Edward,  surgeon,  2  Leopold  place 
Mitchell,  Edward,  hairdresser  and  perfumer, 

18  Dundas  street — ho.  35  Cumberland  st. 
Mitchell,  F.  G.  &  Co.  wholesale  tea  and  spice 

dealers,  10  Shakspeare  square 
Mitchell,  F.  G.  (F.  G.  31.  ^-  Co.),  23  East 

Claremont  street 
Mitchell,  Geo.  T.  accountant,  4  Fettes  row 
Mitchell,  G«o.  bootmaker,  23  Greenside  st. 
Mitchell,  Geo.  spirit  dealer,  20  Greenside  lane 
Mitchell,  James,  accountant  and  stockbroker, 
18  Royal  exchange — ho.  47  Gilmore  place 
Mitchell,  Jh8.  surgeon  R.N.  1  Brandfield  pi. 
Mitchell,  James,  engraver,  94  Pleasance 
Mitchell,  J.  &  Son,  coopers,  86  High  street 
Mitchell,  John,  tinsmith,  13  South  Richmond 

street 
Mitchell,  John,  general  mer.  16  King's  stables 
Mitchell,  John  M.   Belgian  consul  and  mer. 

chant,  Mayville,  Laverock  bank.  Trinity 
Mitchell,  John,  merchant,  23  So.  Norton  pi. 
Mitchell,   John  G.  engraver  and   printer,  2 

Leopold  place 
Mitchell,  John,  master  of  fire-engines.  Police 

ofiice.  Parliament  square 
Mitchell,    Colonel    John,    23    St    Bernard's 

crescent 
Mitchell,  Joseph,  W.S.  8  Pitt  street 
Mitchell,  R.  &  Co.  wine  and  spirit  merchts. 
(agents    for    Combe,    Delafield,    and    Co. 
porter   brewers,    London),   5    Old    Physic 
gardens 
Mitchell,  W.  L.  5  Nelson  street 
Mitchell,  R.  (R.  M.  §-  Co.),  8  Regent  terrace 
Mitchell,    Robt.    Burn,    wine  merchant,  29 

Windsor  street 
Mitchell,  R.  B.  tide  surveyor,  17  Albany  street, 

Leith 
Mitchell,  R.  H.  {M.   ^  Heriot),  49  George 

street 
Mitchell,  Robert,  cabinetmaker,  63  Abbey  hill 
Mitchell,  Robt.  &  Co.  agents  for  Combe,  De- 
lafield, &  Co.  8  Quality  lane 
Mitchell,  Robert,  lodgings,  7  East  Register  st. 
Mitchell,  Captain  T.  P.  18  Inverleith  row 
Mitchell,  Thomas,  spirit  mer.  1  York  place 
Mitchell,  Thos.  merchant,  23  Dundas  street 
Mitchell,  Thomas,  flesher,  124  West  port 


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Mitchell,  William,  fruit  and  provision  ware- 
house, 21  Greenside  place 
Mitchell,  Willi-m,  city  missionary,  9  Beau- 
mont place 
Mitchell,  W.  engraver,  25  So.  Richmond  st. 
Mitchell,  Mrs  Elizabeth,  23  Danube  street 
Mitchell,  Mrs  G.  S.  39  Dublin  street 
Mitchell,  Mrs,  2  Portland  place 
Mitchell,  Mrs,  4  Fettes  row 
Mitchell,  Mrs,  dressmaker,  1  Patterson's  court 
Mitchell,  Miss,  9  Comely  bank 
Mitchell,  Miss,  23  St  Bernard's  crescent 
Mitchell,  Misses  &  Co.  milliners,  1 15  George  st. 
Mitchelhill,  Peter,  tailor&  cloth.  63  N.  bridge 
Mochrie,  James,  wine  merchant  and  grocer, 
84  Nicolson  street — house,  G  Grange  place 
Mochrie,  Robert,  draper,  19  Dundas  street 
Moffat,  Alex,  gardener.  Cherry  bank 
Moffat,  Alex,  commer.  travel.  3  Roburgh  ter. 
Moffat,  And.  cabinetmaker,  62  Thistle  street 
Moffat,  Andrew,  flesher,  1  Couper  st.  Leith 
Moffat,  David,  Harrow  Inn,  54  Candlem.  row 
Motfat,G.  Dickson,  fish  establishment  and  cod- 
liver  oil  merchant,  46  Dundas  street 
Moffat,   Henry,  S.S.C.  &  Solicitor  at  Law,  23 

Geo.  IV.  bridge — ho.  43  Minto  street 
Moffat,  Jas.  victual  dealer,  19  St  James'  st. 
Moffdt,  Jn.  spirit  deal.  85Broughton  st. 
Moffat,  John,  tailor,  33  Castle  street 
Moffat,  John,  engraver,  3  Nicolson  square 
Moffat,  Robert,  wright,  9  Beaumont  place 
Moffat,  Thomas,  spirit  dealer,  20  Drummond 

street 
Moffat,  Thomas,  58  Cumberland  street 
Moffat,  Wm.  Butterworth,  teacher  of  writing, 
arithmetic,  and  book-keeping,   7  Infirmary 
street 
Moffat,  Wm.  &  Co.  druggists,  53  Nicolson  st. 
Moffat,  Wm.  wright  &  undertaker,  Darling's 

brae — house,  42  Yardheads 
Moffat,  Wir.jun.  wright,  5  Darling's  brae 
Moffat,  Wm.  painter  and  glazier,  1  Leith  walk 
Moffat,  Wm.  tea  and  spirit  merchant,   11  S(: 

Vincent  street 
Moffat,   Wm.  flesher,  58  Kirkgate— house,  9 

Glover  street 
Moffat,  Wm.,  M.A..  teacher  of  mathematics. 
High  School,  and  63  South  bridge — house, 
8  Duke  street 
Moffdt,  W.  Wilson,  bookseller,  stationer,  and 

circulating  library,  44  George  street 
Moffat  &  Ttiomson,  straw-plait  dealer,  10  S. 

College  street 
Moffdt,  Mrs  Alex,  dairy,  2  Coburg  street 
Moffat,  Mrs  Thomas,  9  Portland  place 
Moffat,  ]\Irs  Thomas,  7  Cassells'  place 
Moffat,  Mrs,  27  St  Patrick  square 
Moffdt,  Mrs,  lodgings,  1  Hill  square 
Moffat,  Miss,  7  Cassells'  place 
Moffdtt,  Wm.  L.  architect,  23  Geo.  IV. bridge 
Mohring,    Henry,    home    and   foreign    fruit 

merchant,  55  Regent  arch 
Moinet,  John,  accountant,  14  Stafford  street 


Moir,  Chas.  (  Union  Bank),  5Q  Lothian  street 
Moir,  David  {late  Wilson  and  31.),  smith  and 

ironmonger.  Mint — house,  5  Keir  street 
Moir,  George,  advocate,  41  Charlotte  square 
Moir,  George,  letterpress  printer,  317  High  st. 

— house,  9  Gardner's  crescent 
Moir,  Dr  John,  F.R.C.P.E.  52  Castle  street 
Moir,  John,  artist,  9  Gardner's  crescent 
Moir,    Robert,  inspector  of  dead  letters,  G. 

P.-O.  33  Montagu  street 
Moir,  Robert  (G.  P.-O.),  22  Society 
Moir,  Rev.   R.  (Circus  Place  school),  private 
classical  and  mercantile  academy,  Canon - 
mills  house 
Moir,  Thos.  writer  and  accountant,  8  Kerr  st. 
Moir,  Mrs,  30  Haddington  place 
Moir,  Mrs  Hugh,  5  King's  place 
Moir,  Misses,  boarding  school,  7  Great  Stuart 

street. 
Moir,  Miss  Jane,  7  Alva  street 
]Moir,  Miss,  2  William  street 
MoUeson,  James,  M.D.  31  India  street 
Moucrieff,  A.  advocate,  16  Northumberland  st. 
Moncreiff,   Rev.  Sir  Henry  Wellwood,  Bart., 

9  Alvastreet 
Moncreiff,   James,  Lord  Advocate  for  Scot- 
land, M.P.  15  Great  Stuart  street 
Moncrieff,  James,  &   Son  brassfounders,  gas- 
fitters,  and  plumbers,  Roxburgh  close,  341 
High  street 
Moncreiff,  John  Scott,  accountant,  20  India  st. 
Moncreiff,  W.,  &  J.  M.  Baillie,  accountants, 

59  George  street 
Moncreiff,  William,  10  Rutland  square 
Moncreiff,    Wm.    mason    and    causey-layer, 
21  Market  street — ho.  10  M.  Arthur  place 
Moncreiff,  William  Glen,  e  Buccleuch  street 
Moncrieff,  Rev.  William  Scott,  17  George  sq. 
Moncur,  Mrs  M.  8  Buccleuch  place 
Monilaws,  Alex.  Geo.,  W.S.  22  Young  street 
Monilaws,  Mrs  Capt.  1 9  Gayfield  square 
Monro,  George,  S.S-C.  54  Albany  street 
Monro,  George,  advocate,  5  Darnaway  street 
Monro,  Miss,  13  India  street 
I  Monro,  ^Nliss,  dressmaker,  22  Broughton  st. 
I  Monro  Miss,  dressmaker,  6  Cumberland  st. 
Monteath,  Alex,  of  Duchally  and  Broich,  12 

Grove  street 
Monteith,  Alex.  E.  advocate,  sheriff  of  Fife- 
shire,  Inverleith  house 
Monteith,  Thomas,  tea,  wine,  &  spirit  dealer, 
302  Lawnmarket — house,  3  Melbourne  pi. 
Monteith,  Thomas,  spirit  merchant,  60  Fouu- 
!      tainbridge 

I  Monteith,  Mrs,  9  Maitland  st. 
1  Montgomery,  Alexander,  41  Clerk  street 
i  Montgomery,  Jas.  F.  advocate,  17  AthoU  cres. 
[  Montgomery,  Robert,  17  AthoU  crescent 
Montgomery,  Wm.  W.S.  17  AthoU  crescent 
Montgomery,  Miss  E.  dressmaker,  120  Nicol- 
,      son  street 

Montignani,  Henry  G.  merchant  and  comrais- 
1      si  on  agent,  6  Drummond  street 


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Montignani,  W.  R.  teacher  of  music,  19  India 

street 
Mood,  John,  Rosehall 
Moodie  and  Lothiau,  booksellers,  publishers, 

and  stationers,  82  Princes  street 
Moodie,  Wm.  (  Wauchope,  M.,  and  Hope),  11 

Pilrig  street 
Moodie,  Mrs,  38  Rankeillor  street 
Moodie,  Misses,  dressmakers,  49  India  place 
Moon,  D.  billiard  maker,  3  Clyde  street 
Moon,  W.  working  jeweller,  27  S.  Hanover  st. 
Moore,  James,  S.S.C.  18  Castle  street 
Moore,  R.  B.  lodgings,  2  Forres  street 
Moore,  Mrs  Churchill,  Morningside 
More,  Alex.  14  Danube  street 
More,  Graham,  haircutter  and  perfumer,  134 

Princes  street,  and  1  Duke  street 
More,  George,  W.S.  5  Fettes  row 
More,  John,  accountant,  R.  Bank^  Royal  Bank 
More,  John  Shank,  adv.  professor  of  the  law 

of  Scot,  in  the  Univ.  19  Gt.  King  street 
Morgan,   John   &   Co.   clothiers   &  military 

tailors,  104  George  street 
Morgan,  James,  S.S.C.  7  Walker  street 
Morgan,  John   B.  commercial   traveller,   16 

Salisbury  street 
Morgan,  John,  cow  feeder,  Heriot  buildings 
Morgan,  Mrs,  30  Danube  street 
Morgan,  Mrs,  18  Clarence  street 
Morham,   James,  clerk   of  Police  court,   17 

West  Preston  street 
Morham,  Rob.  deputy  city  clerk,  city  cham- 
bers— house,  9  Lauder  road,  Grange 
Morham,  Robt.  flesher,  19  Fleshmarket  close 
Morison,  A.  grocer,  3  Maitland  st.  Newhaven 
Morison,  Alex,  of  Bognie,  12  Randolph  cr. 
Morison,  Alex.,  S.S.C  40  Great  King  street 
Morison,  Alex.  K.,  SS.C.  6  Elder  st. 
Morison,  George,  4  Smith's  place 
Morison,  Hector,  draper,  14  Queensferry  st. 
Morison,  Jas.  cabinetmaker  and  upholsterer, 

78  George  street — house,  Redbraes 
Morison,  James  {Nat.  Bank),  37  Register  st. 
Morison,  James,  4  Hill  square 
Morison,  James  Mitford,  advocate,  8  Fred.  st. 
Morison,  James,  17  Norton  place 
Morison,  John,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  1 

Macdowall  st.  and  12  Greensidest. — ho.  10 
Morison,  John  C.  tailor  &  clothier,  75  Nicol- 

son  street 
Morison,  Patk.  accountant,  2  Scotland  street 
Morison's  iodgs.  Millburu  cottage,  Canaan  la. 
Morison,  Miss,  6  Archibald  place 
Morrieson,  Lieut. -Col.  Hugh,  27  Heriot  row 
Morris,  Andw.  flaxdresser,  Dickson's  close 
Morris,  David,  clothier  and  tailor,  132  Princes 

St. — lio.  Morrisville,  Boroughm airhead 
Morris,  Hugh,  bootmaker,  5  India  pi. — ho.  1 

Spring  gardens 
Morris,  James,  late  wine  merchant,  1  Great 

Stuart  street 
Morris,  Robert,  stationer,  7  W.  Register  street 

— house,  1  Great  Stuart  street 
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Morris,  Robert,  bootmaker,  63  Thistle  street 

Morris,  Wm.  waiter,  59  Broughton  st. 

Morris,  Mrs,  lodgings,  30  Lothian  st. 

Morrison,  Adam,  S.S.C  45  York  place 

Morrison,  Alex,  builder,  3  Warriston  crescent 

Morrison,  Andrew,  smith,  Hope  street  lane 

Morrison,  Charles,  agent  and  yeast  merchant, 
59  Shore — house,  5  Queen's  pi.  Leith  walk 

Moriisoo,  D.  dock  aiaster,  9  Albany  st.  Leiib 

Morrison,  James  D.  surgeon-dentist  and  lec- 
turer on  dentistry,  18  Elder  street 

Morrison,  James,  150  Fouutainbridge 

Morrison,  James,  wright,  Lothian  road — ho. 
3  Tollcross 

Morrison,  M.  bookseller,  16  E.  Richmond  st. 

Morrison,  Mark,  commission  merchant,  &1 
Constitution  st. — ho.  3  Vanburgh  place 

Morrison,  R.  commercial  agent,  8  S.  Gray  st. 

Morrison,  Robt.,H.E.I.C.S.  6  Heriot  row 

Morrison,  T.  {Reg.  Ho.),  11  W.  Maitland  st. 

Morrison,  Wm.  &  Co.  tea,  wine,  and  spirit 
merchants,  91  Constitution  street 

Morrison,  Wm.  ship-master,  34  Clerk  st. 

Morrison,  Wm.  blacksmith,  39  WhiteBeld  pi. 

Morrison,  Wm.  com.  traveller,  2  Morton  st. 

Morrison,  Wm.  general  com.  agent,  3  Bank 
street,  Leith 

Morrison,  Mrs  Cath.  lodgings,  2  Portland  ter. 

Morrison,  Mrs  H.  5  London  row 

Morrison,  Mrs  Wm.  3  Vanburgh  place 

Morrison,  Mrs,  3  Ronaldson's  buildings 

Morrison,  Misses,  &  Scott,  boarding  and  day- 
school,  60  Gt.  King  st. 

Morson,  Mrs,  Heriot  hill 

Mortimer,  Anderson,  and  Co.  pianoforte  ma- 
kers, East  Broughton  place 

Mortimer,  John,  &  Co.  army  and  navy  con- 
tractors, and  tailors  to  the  Queen,  101 
George  street 

Mortimer,  J.  clothier,  Bruntsfield  lodge 

Mortimer,  Thos.  E.  gunmaker,  86  George  st. 
— ho.  97— late  34  St  James'  st.  London 

Mortimer,  Wm.  bullion  dealer,  lapidary,  and 
jeweller,  18  North  br.— ho.  10  George  st. 

Mortimer,  Miss,  milliner  &  dressmaker,  2 
Baxter's  place 

Mortimer,  Misses,  1  Gayfield  street 

Morton  &  Co.  gold  &  silver  lace  manufacturers, 
21  North  bridge 

Morton,  Whitehead,  &  Greig,  W.S.  1 1  Queen 
street 

Morton,  Alex,  ribbon  and  lace  merchant,  14 
South  bridge— house,  61  Clerk  street 

Morton,  Chas.,  W.S.  11  Queen  st — hou^e, 
Ramsay  lodge 

Morton,  H.  {S.  and  H.  M.),  3  Smith's  place 
Morton,  James,  teacher  of  English,  20  Nel- 
son street 

Morton,  John  L.  civil  and  agricultural  en- 
gineer, 7  Pitt  street 

Morton,  S.  &  H.  agricultural  implement,  pa- 
tent slip  manufacturers,  and  engineers, 
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Morton,  Wm.  accountant  (  W.  B.  of  Scot.),  13 

Annandale  street 
Morton,  William,  lapidary,  6  Meuse  lane 
Morton,  Jlrs,  6  Annandale  street 
Mosses,  William,  tailor,  74  Thistle  street 
Mosses,  Mrs,  milliner,  74  Thistle  street 
Mossman,  A.  &  Co.  jewellers  &  watchmakers, 

32  North  bridge — ho.  14  Blackett  place 
Mossman,  Mrs  Wm.  2  Teviot  row 
Mossman,  I\Irs,  1  Eyre  place 
Mouat,  Misses,  boardg.  school,  4  Middleby  st. 
Mould  &  Tod,  engravers,  printers,  and  litho- 
graphers, 3  Waterloo  place 
Moule,  Joseph,  Superintending  Pres^ident  G. 

P.-  O.  St  Catharine's  villa.  Grange  road 
Mount,  James,  church  officer,  125  Canongate 
Mount,  John  &  Co.  metal  merchants  and  re 

finers,  46  Abbeyhill 
Mount,  Hugh,  &  Co.  china  and  metal  mer- 
chants, 174  Cowgate 
Mowat,  Joseph,  coram,  agent,  48  Whitfield  pi. 
Mowat,  Robert,  14  George  street 
Mowat,  Thos.  engineer,  6  Admiralty  st. — ho. 

3  Bank  place 
Mowat,  Thos.  tea,  wine,  and  spirit  merchant, 

2  Arthur  street 
]\Iowat,  Wm.  dairy,  119  Kirkgate 
Mowatt,    Robert,    teacher   of  pianoforte,  33 

Arthur  street 
Mowatt,  William,  keeper  of  the  College  lib- 
rary hall,  33  Arthur  street 
Mowbray  and  Howden,  W.S.  7  Howe  street 
Mowbray,  John  T.,  W.S.  33  Albany  street 
Mowbray,  Jn.M.  (M.  ^-  Howden),  13  Howe  st. 
Mowbray,  Robert,  Bath  place 
Mowbray,  Robert,  jun.  agent  for  Commercial 

Bank,  24  Constitution  street,  Leith 
Mowbray,  Thomas,  agent,  6  Union  street 
Mowbray,  Mrs  Chas.  lodgings,  60  Cumber- 
land street 
Mowbray,  Mrs  James,  36  Queen  street 
Moxey,  George  T.,  M.D.,  surgeon  R.N.  4  Syl- 
van place 
Moxon,  C.  and  J.  painters,  63  George  street 
Mi>yes,  James,  pewterer,  108  West  bow 
Mozzi,  John,  artificial  florist,  53  George  st. — 

house,  34  Hanover  street 
Mozzi,  Mrs,  millinery  wareh.  53  George  st. 
Muckle,  Wm.  (G.  P.-O.),  3  Comely  green  or. 
Muckle,  Mrs  Alex.  3  Comely  green  crescent 
Mudie,  D.  C.  engineer  and  ironfounder.  Pan- 
mure  Foundry,  N.  B.  of  Canongate 
Mudie,  Mrs  Susan,  151  Fountainbridge 
Muir^   Andrew,  general  agent,  14  Royal  Ex- 
change— house,  20  Buccleuch  place 
Muir,  David,  spirit  dealer, West  Norton  place 
IMuir,  Rev.  Francis,  5  North  Fort  st.  Leith 
Muir,  Henry  and  Son,  ladies'  bootmakers,  83 

Princes  street 
Muir,  James,  63  Hanover  street 
Muir,  Jas.  &  Son,  brewers,  Calton  hill  brew- 
ery, 26  North  back  of  Canongate 
Muir,  J.  {G.  P.-O.),  16  N.  back  of  Canongate 


Muir,  James,  tailor  and  clothier,  9  Charlotte 

place — house,  29  Alva  street 
Muir,  James  S.  bookseller  and  stationer,  17 

South  College  street 
Muir,  John,  commission  agent,  42  Lothian  st, 
Muir,  John  {Jas.  Muir  ^'  Sim),  brewer,  14 

Leopold  place 
Muir,  Peter,  bow-maker.  Archers'  hall 
Muir,  Peter  &  Son,  upholsterers,  38  Blair  st. 
Muir,  Richard  G.  9  Annandale  street 
Muir,  Robert,  coal  mercht.  5  Murray  street, 

Crosscausey 
Muir,  Thomas,  4  N.  Melville  place 
Muir,  Wm.  tailor  and  clothier,  377  High  st. 
Muir,  Rev.  William,  D.D.  13  Saxe  Coburg  pi. 
Muir,  Wm.  bookbinder,  Riddle's  close 
Muir,  Wm.  merchant  and  agent,   42  Quality 

street — house,  7  Wellington  place 
Muir,  William,  S.S.C.  18  Picardy  place 
Muir,Wm.  8i  Son,  com.  agents,  14  Royal  Ex- 
change— ho.  15  Warriston  crescent 
Muir,  William  (  W.  M.  §-  Son),  15  Warriston 

crescent 
Muir,  William,  baker,  42  St  Leonard  street 
Muir,  Mrs  John,  dressmaker,  3  Downie  place 
Muir,  Margaret,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  2  Holy- 
rood  street 
Muir,  Mrs  William,  15  Warriston  crescent 
Muir,  Mrs,  16  Regent  terrace 
Muir,  Mrs,  lodgings,  21  Charles  street 
Muir,  Mrs,  grocer,  8  Bristo  street 
MuiRAVONsiDE  ColHery  Co.  69  Fountain-br. 
Muirhead,  Alex,  tavernkeeper,  49  Broughton 

street 
Muirhead,  Charles,  poulterer,  79  Queen  street 

— house,  16  Young  street 
Muirhead,   Claud  {Edinburgh  Advertiser).,  7 

Heriot  row 
Muirhead,  George,  spirit  dealer,  52  Rose  st. 
Muirhead,  G.  spirit  dealer,  4  West  Adam  st. 
Muirhead,  J.  smith  and  wright,  8  Dunbar  st. 
Muirhead,  James,  carver  and  gilder,  10  North 

Richmond  street 
Muirhead,  James,   Sheephead   tavern,   Dud- 

dingston 
Mullholand,  James,  grocer,  29  Hercles  street 
Muller,  Charles  William,  teacher  of  music,  73 

Queen    treet 
Mundell,  John  {R.  TuUis,  c^-  Co.),  33  War- 
riston crescent 
Mungall,  Mrs,   grocer   and  spirit  dealer,   15 

Greenside  row 
Munro,  Alex,  pawnbroker,  Whicehorse  close, 

276  Canongate 
Munro,  Alex.  10  Nicolson  street 
Munro,  Alex,  tailor  and  clothier,  23  S.  bridge 
Munro,  Alex,  spirit  dealer,  Bonnington  bank 
Munro,  Andrew,  acccmntant,  8  Mary's  place 
Munro,  Arch.,  A.M.  teacher,  12  Middleby  st. 
Munro,  Arthur,  17  Canning  place 
Munro,  Daniel,  shipmaster,  8  Glover  street 
Munro,  Daniel,  wright,  10  Baker's  place 
Munro,  David,  Madeira  street 


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Munro,  Don.  spirit  dealer,  7  Greenside  row 
Munro,  George,  grocer,  11  Macdowall  street 
Munro,  George,  14  Salisbury  street 
Munro,  George,  17  London  street 
Munro,  Huijh,  stock  and  sharebroker,  4  N. 

St  David  street 
Munro,  Hugh,  3  Great  King  street 
Munro,  Hugh,  draper,  6"2  Earl  Grey  street 
Munro,  Jas.  (  Wilsuu  &,-  Co.),  12  S.-Coburg  pi. 
Munro,    James    K.    draper    and   hosier,    9 

Baker  place 
Munro,  James,  accountant,  71  George  street 
Munro,   John,   bookbinder   and  stationer,    7 

Milne  square 
Munro,  R.  bootmkr.  52  Tolbooth  wynd,  Leith 
Munro,  Wm.  coach-builder,  Broughtoo  mrkt. 
Munro,  Wm.  boot  &  shoem.  43  N.  Richmond 

street 
Munro,  Wm.  coach  proprietor,  3  Dublin  st. 
Munro,  William,  spirit  dealer,  5  Abbey 
Munro,  W.  provision  mercht.  2  Summer's  pi. 
Munro,  Wm.  J.  macer,  Hli/h  Court  of  Justici- 
ary, 23  St  James'  square 
]Munro,  Mrs  Catherine,  lodgings,  9  Mackenzie 

place 
Munro,  Mrs  Elizabeth,  15  Brown  street 
Munro,  Mrs  Mary,  lodgings,  1 1  Maitland  st. 
Munro,  Mrs,  Bathtield 
Munro,  Mrs,  spirit  dealer,  Castle  o'  Clouts 
Munro,  Miss  A.  31  Buccleuch  place 
Munros    and  Drysdale,    messengers-at-arms, 

23  St  James'  square 
Murdoch  &Boyd,  S.S.C,  120  Constitution  st. 
Murdoch,  Charlt^s,  seal  engraver  and  envelope 

die  cutter,  4  George  street 
Murdoch,  Jas.  {Northern  Lights),  17  St  James' 

square 
Murdoch,  John  B.  of  Gartincaber,  20   Y^ork 

place 
Murdoch,  John,  S.S.C.  120  Constitution  st. 
Murdoch,  Jn.  Burn,  jun.,  advoc.  8  Manor  pi. 
Murdoch,  William  Burn,  ]M.D.  surgeon,  12 

Rutland  street 
Murdoch,  Wm.    wine   and   spirit  merchant, 

197  High  street 
Murdoch,  Miss  M.  lodgings,  132  Rose  street 
Mure,  Andrew,  advocate,  33  Dublin  street 
Mure,  David,  advocate.  Sheriff  of  Perthshire, 

12  Ainslie  place 
Mure,  James,  writer,  and  messenger-at-arms, 

27  Clyde  street 

Mure,  R(»bert,  writer,  41  Great  King  street 
Mure,  Misses,  8  Albyn  place 
Mure,  Mrs,  3  Warriston  crescent 
Murphy,  Miss,  china  warehouse,  2  Cowgate 
Murray  &  Bciih,  W.S.  50  Castle  street 
Murray  &  Gibb,  printers,  N.E.  Thistle  st.  lane 
Murray  &  Logan,  W.S.  141  George  street 
Murray  &  Rhind,  W.S.  7  Nelsim  street 
Murray  and  Stuart,  printers  and  publishers, 

28  South  Hanover  street 

Murray's  time  table  office,  12  Leith  street — 
P.  Pollock,  agent 


Murray,    A.    W.   late  army  surgeon,  6  N. 

Forth  street 
Murray,  Abijah,  sheriff-officer,  8  St  James'  sq. 
Murray,  Alex-  Erskine,  36  Ann  street 
Murray,  Alex,  builder,  15  Cassells'  place 
Murray,  Alex,  wine  merchant  and  grocer,  G7 

South  bridge — ho.  1  Hope  park  square 
Murray,  Alex.  54  S.  Cleik  street 
Murray,  Alex,  victual  deakr,  12  Drummond 

street 
Murray,  Andrew,  jun.  W.S.  17  Walker  st. 
Murray,  Andrevv,  printer  and  lithographer, 

269  High  street 
Murray,  Andrew,  Turf  hotel,  3  Princes  street 
Murray,  And.  of  Conland,  W.S.  (Ji.  8^- Rhind), 

1  Scotland  street 

IMurray,  Andrew,  bootmaker,  9  London  street 
Murray,  Ant.  of  Crieff,  W.S.  8  Rutland  square 
Murray,  Dan.  furniture  dealer,  210  Cowgate 
Murray,  David,  accountant,  39  George  street 

— house,  1  ]\Iiddleby  street 
Murray,   Ebenezer  (^Dalgleisk  ^-  Forrest).,  9 

Wt'st  Claremont  street 
Murray,  Eras,  lieut.  &  barrack-master.  Castle 
Murray,  G.  clothier,  35  George  street 
Murray,  George,  baker,  2  Market  st. — ho.  5 
Murray,    George   (F.    ^    W.    Macniveii),    7 

Blacket  place 
Murray,  Geo.  grocer  &  wine  merchant,  agent 

for  Bass  &  Co.'s  pale  ale,  15  Howe  street — 

house,  14  Dundas  street 
Murray,  George,  mason,  Hamilton  place — ho. 

13  Market  place 
IMurray,  George,  accountant,  59  George  street 
Murray,  Henry,  confectioner,  109  Nicolson  st. 
Murray,  Henry,  boot  and  shoemaker,  1  S.  E. 

Circus  place 
Murray,  James,  provision  shop,  123  Kirkgate 
Murray,  James  T.,  W.S.  31  Queen  street 
Murray,  James  (G.P.-O.),  30  Hamilton  place 
Murray,  James,  25  Parkside  street 
IMurray,  James,  grocer,  36  Dundas  street 
Murray,  John,  of  Murray's  hall,  advocate,  5 

Walker  street 
Murray,  John,  W.S.  18  Ainslie  place 
Murray,  John,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  1  a 

Catharine  St.,  and  60  South  bridge — house, 

5  Nicolson  street 
Murray,  John,  assessor,  Waterloo  place — ho. 

2  Summerhall  place 

Murray,  John,  S.S.C.  and  N.  P.  21  Northum- 
berland street 

Murray,  John,  letter-carrier,  Greenside  end 

Murray,  John,  sheep  and  cattle  agent,  19  St 
Patrick  square 

Murray,  John,  writer,  agent  and  secretary, 
National  Guardian  Life  and  Fire  Insurance 
Society,  3  Great  King  street 

Murray,  John,  jun.,  S.S.C.  32  St  Andrew 
square — house,  I  East  Claremont  street 

Murray,  John,  cooper  &  fish-curer,  7  Coal 
hill — house,  43  Bridge  street 

Murray,  John  W^m.,  W.E.  3  Great  King  st. 


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Murray,  John,  printers'  joiner  and  brass  rule 
maker,  22  Niddry  street — house,  11  South 
St  James'  street 
Murray,  Lord,  11  Great  Stuart  street 
Murray,  Peter,  36  Miuto  street 
Murray,  Richard,    cabinetmaker  and  uphol- 
sterer, 27  Dublin  street — house,  23 
Murray,  Robert,  confectioner,  2  St  Patrick 

square 
Murray,  Robert,  coal  merchant,  3  Coal  hill 
Murray,  Thomas,  furniture  dealer,  68  Cowg. 
Murray,  Thomas,  LL.D.,  Blanfield  house 
Murray    Thomas  G.,  W.S.  24  Hill  street- 
house,  4  Glenfinlas  street 
Murray,  Thomas,  wright,  16  Leith  wynd 
Murray,  William,  S.h.C.  6  St  Vincent  street 
Murray,  Wm.  upholsterer,  12  St  James'  sq. 
Murray,  Wm.  hotel-keeper,  2  St  Andrew  sq. 
Murray,  Wm.  writer,  2  W.  Newingtoa  place 
Murray,  Wm  accountant,  .39  George  street 
Murray,  Wm.  Hugh,  advocate,  13  Albany  st. 
Murray,  Wm.  cabinetm.  8  Carrubber's  close 
Murray,  Wm.  (G.P.-O.),  IS  Mid.  Arthur  pi. 
Murray,  Hon.  Mrs  Erskine,  36  Ann  street 
Murray,  Mrs  Dr  James,  25  Queen  street 
Murray,  Mrs  Henry,  19  Pitt  street 
Murray,  Mrs  J.  10  James'  place,  Leith 
Murray,  Mrs  John,  25  Buccleuch  place 
Murray,  Mrs  John,  18  Clarendon  crescent 
Murray,  Mrs  P.  5  Danube  street 
Murray,  Mrs,  Old  Town  Cafe,  209  High  st. 
Murray,  Mrs  William,  65  Lauriston  place 
Murray,  Mrs  W.  R.  5  Laverock  bank 
Murray,  Mrs,  5Q  India  street 
Murray,  Miss,  118  Lauriston  place 
Murray,  Miss,  milliner  and  dressmaker,  24 

Howe  street 
Murray,  Miss,  Scottish  Institution,  46  Moray 

place 
Murray,  IMiss,  6  Comely  green  place 
Murray,  Misses,  17  Dean  terrace 
Murray,  Miss,  Clifton  bank 
IVIurray,  Miss  Barbara,  126  Lauriston  pi. 
Murray,  JNIisses,  milliners  and  dressmakers, 

21  Broughton  place 
Musgrave,  J.  gardener,  Mayfield,  Grange  toll 
Musgrave,  Mrs,  portrait  and  miniat.-painter, 

32  Royal  circus 
Musgrove,  Jn.  hosier  and  glover,  27  Duke  st. 
Musgrove,    Wm.    successor    to    Geo.   Book- 
less, glazier,  66  Rose  street 
Mushet,  James,  draper,  33  Nicolson  street 
Mushet,  John,  1  Walker  street 
Mutrie,  Wm.  hairdresser,  41  Blair  street 
Mutter,  Andrew,  coal  merchant  and  general 

agent,  9  Romily  place 
Mutter,  John,  9  Gilmore  place 
Mutter,  Margt.  straw-hat  maker,  9  Romily  pi. 
Mutter,  Miss,  31  Clerk  street 
Muttit,  .James,  spirit  dealer,  Newhaven 
Mutual  Scottish  Amicable  Life  Insur.  Soc. 
3  No.  St  David  st.— H.  G.  Watson,  agent. 
— See  Adv. 


Myles,  John,  tavern,  5  Fleshmarket  close 
Mylne,  James,  W.S.  35  Charlotte  square 
Mylne,  Jas.  trunk  and  portmanteau  maker,  63 

Princes  street — house,  1 1  Picardy  pi. 
Mylne,  James,  umbrella  and  parasol  manu- 
facturer, 15  Norih  bridge 
Mylne,  Miss  Emily,  43  St  Cuthbert  street 
Myrtle,  John  Young,  M.D.,  F.R.  C.P.  24  Rut- 
land street 
Myrtle,  W^m.  accountant,  4  North  St  David 
St.  secretary  to  A^ew  Zealand  Otngo  Associa- 
tion, and  agent  for  London  Union  Assurance 
Society   {Fire  and  Life)^  and    for    Western 
Life  Assurance  Society. 

Nachot,  Dr  H.  W.  113  Princes  st. 

,  Nagle,  Mrs,  5  Aruiston  place 

j  Xairn,  William,  greengrocer,  6t  Nicolson  .«t. 

'  Nairne,  James,  sec.  N.  Brit.  Railway,  8  Hen- 
derson row 

I  Nairne,  Mrs  Charles,  8  Henderson  row 

.  Naismith,  Alexander,  farmer,  Windlestrawlee 

[  Naismith,  John,  grocer,  Hillhousefield 

.  Naismith,  Robert,  tavern,  17  Citadel 

j  Naismith    &    Richardson,    dressmakers,   38 

I      Cumberland  street 
Naismith,  Mrs  T.  small- wares,  14  South  Col- 

]      lege  street — house,  9  Brighion  street 
Napier,  Major  General,  C.B.  commander-in- 
chief  for  Scotland,  Bruntsfield  house 

I  Napier,  Alex.  John,  W.S.  23  Albany  street 
Napier,  B.  &  Co.  paper-rulers,  150  Hiijh  st. 
Napier,  George,  adv.  and  sheriff  of  Petbles- 

I      shire,  Coates  hall 
Napier,  George,  tailor,  129  Rose  street 

'  Napier,  James,  smith,  39  Water  lane 
Xapier,  J.  Spring  valley,  Mornings-ide 

{  Napier,  James,   chemist   and   druggist,   126 

Nicolson  street 
Napier,  James  Brand,  teacher  of  drawing  and 

!      painter,  21  Castle  street 
Napier,  John,  printers' joiner  and  lead  maker, 

j      12  Sciennes  street 

I  Napier,  Mark,  advocate,  sheriff  of  Dumfries- 
shire, 6  Ainslie  place 

.  Napier,  Robt.  builder,  40  Bread  street 
Napier,  Robert,  6  Granae  place 
Napier,  Thomas,  vintner,  7  Charlotte  place 
Napier,  ]\Irs  Andrew,  spirit  dealer,  78  Shore 
Napier,  Mrs,  spirit  merchant,  15  Abbey 
Napier,  ^Irs,  lodgings,  35  Bristo  street 
Napier,  Miss  C  D.  4  South  Gray  street 
Nash,Wra.  B.(G.  P.  0.)21  Gardner's  crescent 
Nasmyth,  Jas.  (Jas.  A\and  Co.),  14  Windsor 

street 
Nasmyth,  J.  &  Co.  jewellers,  1  Swinton  row 
Nasmyth,  Robert,  F.R.C.S.  surgeon-dentist 
to  the  Queen,  5  Charlotte  square 

'  National  Bank  of  Scotland,  42  St  Andrew 
square,  and  1 6  St  Bernard  street,  Leith 
National  Fire  &  Life  Insur.  Com.  of  Scot- 
land,   22    St    Andrew    square — John    M. 

I      M'Candlish,   nansgir.— See  Adv.- 


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National    Loan   Fund  Life  Assurance  So- 

ciety  and  Equitable  Fire  Insurance  Coy. — 

Alex.  Jameson,  secrttary,  65  Princes  street. 

—  See  Adv. 
National  Registry,    1  Frederick  street — J. 

Henderson,  manager 
National  Security  Savings  Bank,  head   of 

Mound. — See  Adv. 
Neaves,Cha.  deputy-clerk  justiciary,  47  Queen 

street 
Neaves,  Lord,  7  Charlotte  square 
Neil,  Jolin  &  Co.  brassfounders  and  gasfitters 

to  the  Queen,  44  Hanover  street 
Neil.  Mrs,  16  Warriston  crescent 
Neill  &  Co.  printers,  10  Old  Fishmarket  close 
Neill,  Heerup  &  Co.  corn  merchants,  Exchange 

buildings,  Leith,  and  Corn  exchange,  Edin. 
Neill,  Mrs  Andrew,  31  India  street 
Neill,  Mrs,  13  Windsor  street 
Neili,  Miss,  31  Gay  field  square 
Neill,  Miss,  69  York  place 
Neilson,    G.  &  Son,   hand-railers   and  bell- 
hangers,  Sandilands'  close 
Neils(m,  George,  smith,  27  College  wynd — 

house,  48  West  Richmond  street 
Neilson,  James,  S.S.  C.  3  Abercromby  place 
Neilson,  John  (G.P-0.),  3  Shrub  place 
Neilson,  Stuart,  W.S.  1  No.  Charlotte  street 
Neilson,  Thomas,  cooper,  8  Glover  st.  Leith 
Neilson,  Thomas,  lodgings,  36  Casile  street 
Neilson,  Wm.  1  North  Cliarlotte  street 
Neilson,  Mrs  George,  28  Constitution  st. 
Neilson,  Mrs,  1  North  Charlotte  street 
Neilson,  Mrs,  lodgings,  1 32  High  street 
Neilson,  Mrs,  8  Gayfield  square 
Nelson  &  Sons,  putilishers,  Hope  park  end 
Nelson,  James,  9  Morrison  street 
Neilson,  James,  grocer,  324  Lawnmarket 
Neilson,  James,  baker,    1   North  Richmond 

street 
Nelson,  John,  cabinetmaker,  14  N.  St  Andrew 

street — house,  15  St  James'  square 
Nelson,  Robt.  R.,  printseller,  stationer,  and 

artists'  colourman,  27  Hanover  st. — house. 

Elm-tree  cottage,  106  Canseyside 
Nels-on,  T.  publisher,  Blacket  place 
Nelson,  Thomas,  linen  draper,  8  Calton  street 
Nelson,  Thomas,  printer,  3  Register  place 
Nelson,  Wm.  publisher,  W.  Newington  ho. 
Nelson,    Miss    Barbara   C.    tobacconist,    9 

Broughton  st. — ho.  63  South  bridge 
Ness,  David,  marble- cutter  and  sculptor,  15 

Leith  walk 
Ness,  John,  tea,  wine,  and  spirit  merchant, 

1  Montgomery  street 
Ness,  T.  smith,  29  Commercial  place — ho.  2 

Regent  street 
Ness,  Mrs  John,  18  Gardner's  crescent 
Nevay,  Alex.  26  Pitt  street 
Nevin,  John,  35  Northumberland  street 
New  Club,  84  Princes  street — David  Home, 

secretary 
New  College,  head  of  Mound 


New  Equitable  Life  Assurance  Office — Robt 
Allan  and  11.  J.  Dunlop,  agents,  4  St  An- 
drew square 
Newbigging,  David,  agent,  128  Nicokon  et. 
Newbigging,  Jas.  painter,  31  Candlem.  row — 

house,  9  Society 
Newbigging, Patrick,  M.D.,F.R.C.S.29  Heriot 

row 
Newham,  Peter,  6  Middleby  street 
Newlands,    Peter,   rope    manufacturer,    106 

Grassmarket 
Newlands,  Mrs,  16  Gilmore  place 
Newton,  Christ.  {Duncan,  Flockhart,  6f  Co.), 

2  South  Charlotte  street 
Newton,  James,  W.S.  33  Great  King  street 
Newton,  James,  9  South-east  Circus  place 
Newton,   Robert,    superintendent   of  roads, 

County  hall — house,  13  Middleby  street 
Newton,  Wm.  Waring  Hay,  of  Newton,  36 

George  square 
Newton,  William,  12  Athol  place 
Niblett,  F.  B.  38  Northumberland  street 
Nichol,  Davidson,  stationer,  9  Arniston  place 
Nichol,   James,  bookseller  and  publisher,   9 
N.  Bank  street  (publication  office  of  Mis- 
sionary Records  of  Free  Church  of  Scotland,  and 
tile  Bulwark  or  Reformation  Journal) — ho. 
7  Salisbury  place 
Nichol,  Walter,  LL.D.  teacher  of  mathematics, 

86  South  bridge — house,  2  Queen  street 
Nichol,  Misses,   milliners  and   dressmakers, 

37  North  Castle  street 
Nicholson  and  Johnston,   grocers  and  wine 

merchants,  1  E.  Preston  street 
Nicholson,  Jas.  shipmaster,  1  Albany  st.  Leith 
Nicholhon,  John,  lodgings,  44  Cumberland  st. 
Nicholson,  Joseph,  grocer,  207  Pleasance 
Nicholson,  Wm.  grocer,  &c.  53  Lauriston  pi 

and  33  Buccleuch  street — house,  33 
Nicholson,  Mrs,  41  East  Claremont  st. 
Nicol  and  Camming,  tailors,  &c.  26  Homest. 
Nicol,  Rev.  Andrew,  11  Hill  place 
Nicol,  Andrew,  bootmaker,  26  Elder  st. 
Nicol,  Erskine,  artist,  15  Fettes  row 
Nicol,  James,  cooper,  13  Baltic  street 
Nicol,  John,  archt.  &  build.  16  Broughton  st. 
Nicol,  John,  2  W.  Lauriston  place 
Nicol,  K.  slater,  1 9  Buccleuch  st. 
Nicol,  Robt.  painter  &  glazier,  27  Frederick  st. 

— house,  6  S.  Charlotte  street 
Nicol,  Robert,  die  &  stamp  cutter,  37  North 

bridge — house,  26  Raukeillor  street 
Nicol,  Robt.  G.  Blandtield  cottage 
Nicol,  Mrs  James,  9  Montagu  street 
Nicol,  Miss  C.  28  Brunswick  street 
Nicol,  Misses,  dressmakers,  16  Clyde  street 
Nicol,  Misses,  17  Union  place 
Nicoll,  Alexander,  2  Salisbury  street 
NicoU,  Alex,  accountant.  If  East  Broughton  pi. 
Nicolson,  D.  26  Carrubber's  close 
Nicolson,  David  &  Son,  grocers,  wine  &  spirit 
mercht8.36  Canongate— ho.  120  Causeyside 
Nicolson,  David,  baker,  40  Abbey  hill 


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Nicolson,   George   {Henderson  <L-  Bisset),  2 

Atholl  place 
Nicokon,  J.  (Russell  d-  Alcolson),  28  India  st. 
Nicolson,  William,  WiUiamfield,  Bonnington 
NicolsoB,  William,  grocer,  33  Buccleuch  st. 
Nicolson,  Mrs,  12  Warriston  crescent 
NicolsoD,  Mrs,  7  Frederick  street 
Nicolson,  Mrs,  19  St  Patrick  square 
Night  Asylum,   Old  Fleshmarket  close,  190 

High  street 
Nightingale,  Edward  W.  clothier  and  general 

outfitter,  19  South  St  Andrew  street — house, 

22  Rutland  bquare 
Nimmo,  Arch.  {B.  Linen   Co.),   37  St  An- 
drew square 
Ximmo,   David,  engraver,  lithographer,  and 

printer,  3  East  Register  street 
Nimmo,  Jas.  engra.  lithographer,  copperplate 

&  letterpress  printer,  7  Carrubber's  close 
Nimmo,  James  (P.  and  J.  N.),  38  Castle  street 
Nimmo,  John,  grocer,  328  Latvnmarket 
Nimmo,  VnmvuseiP.andJ.N.),  18  Brown  sq. 
Nimmo,  Primrose  &  Jas.  brassfoun.  plumbers, 

and  gas-meter  manufrs.  9  N.  Bank  street 
Nimmo,  Thos.  late  forage-master,  Jock's  lodge 
Nimmo,  William,  stationer,  132  Kirkgate 
Nimmo,  William,   commission   agent.   Bell's 

court,  Leith 
Nimmo,  jSIrs  Alex.  6  Albany  street,  Leith 
Nimmo,  Mrs  F.  J.  46  Bernard  street 
Nimmo,  Mrs,  3  Ronaldson's  buildings 
Nimmo,  IMisses,  dressmakers,  43  Broughton 

street 
Nisbet,  Alexander,  cabinetnaaker,  9  Moray  st. 
Nisbet,  James,  5Gibb's  entry 
Nisbet,  James,  S.S.C.  31  St  Andrew  square 
Nisbet,  John,   grocer,   &c.   48   Main   street, 

Newhaven 
Nisbet,  John,  2  Beaumont  place 
Nisbet,  John,  coal  merchant,  9  E.  and  G.  rail- 
way, Haymarket 
Nisbet,  Jn.  house-painter,  69  N.  Hanover  st. 
Nisbet,  Joseph,  boot  and  shoem.  23  Bristo  st. 
Nisbet,  Joseph,  grocer  and  spiiit  dealer,  67 

St  Andrew  street,  Leith 
Nisbet,  Robert,  apjent,  12  No.  Richmond  st. 
Nisbet,  Robert,  20  St  Leonard  street 
Nisbet,  Rev.  Robert,  D.D.  (TF.  Ht  Giles),   19 

Lynedoch  place 
Nisbet,  Robert,  letter-carrier,  35  Lothian  st. 
Nisbet,  Robert,  baker,  38  Rose  street 
Nisbet,  Rob.  boat  builder,  3  Albany  st.  Leith 
Nisbet,  Robert,  &  Co.  boot  and  shoemakers, 

87  Nicolson  street 
Nisbet,  Thomas,  cane-worker,  15  St  James' 

square. 
Nisbet,  Thos.  auctioneer  and   appraiser,   11 

So.  Hanover  st. — house,  4  Henderson  row 
Nisbet,  Thomas,  8  George  street 
Nisbet,  Rev.  Wm.  Bristo  manse,  26  Bristo 

street 
Nihbet,  Wm.  J.  druggist,  1  So.  College  st. 
Nisbet,  Mrs  James,  24  Northumberland  st. 


Nisbet,  Mrs,  flesher,  Veal  market 

Nisbet,  Miss  C.  16  Broughton  place 

Nisbet,  Misses,  9  Manor  place 

Niven,  Archd.  dairy,  42  Cumberland  street 

Niven,  Alex.  T.  accountant,  British  Empire 
Mutual  Life  and  Fire  Assurance  Society, 
29  Northumberland  street 

Niven,  John,  M.D.  surgeon,  1 10  Lauriston  pi. 

Niven,  John,  hotel  and  tavern  keeper,  13 
Shakspeare  square 

Niven,  Robert,  gardener,  Allanfield 

Niven,  Robt.  jun.  gardener,  Jamaica  st.  Leith 

Niven,  William,  baker,  45  St  Leonard  street 

Niven,  l\Iiss,  8  Athol  place 

Nivison,  Rev.  Alexander,  LL.OO.P.  22  Gay- 
field  square 

Nixon,  J.  currier.  World's  end  close,  High  st. 

Noa,  Leopold,  teacher  of  German  and  music, 
27  Nelson  street 

Noble,  James,  grocer,  I  Ciaremont  place 

Noble,  James,  University  hotel  and  tavern,  1 
North  College  street 

Noble,  John,  grocer  &  wine  mer.  10  Howe  st. 

Noble,  Robert,  grocer  and  spirit  merchant,  94 
West  port 

Noble,  Thomas,  grocer,  38  William  street 

Noble,  William,  wine  merchant  and  grocer,  7 
William  street 

Noble,  Mrs,  coal  merchant,  13  Port-Hope- 
toun — ho.  151  Fountainbridge 

Nolile,  Mrs  Alexander,  65  Cahtle  street 

Noble,  Mrs  James,  14  Charlotte  square 

Noble,  Mrs,  10  Arniston  place 

Nockles,  James,  dealer  in  linen  thread,  2 
Drummond  street 

Norie,  A.  dressmaker,  24  Brunswick  street 

Norie,  Miss,  17  Maitland  street 

North  British  Advertiser  Ofiice,  8  Melbourne 
place 

North  British  Agriculturist  oflSce,  377 
High  street 

North  British  Colour  Works — W.  Dawson, 
20  Elbe  street,  and  Little  Carron,  Leith 

North  British  Daily  Mail,  14  S.  St  Andrew  st. 

North  British  Fire  and  Life  Insurance  Co. 
64  Princes  street. — See  Adv. 

North  British  Railway  Co.  offices,  24  St  An- 
drew square  and  1  Shore — James  Nairn,  sec. 

Northern  Assurance  Co.  20  St  Andrew 
square — Christie,  R.  jun.  sec. — See  Adv. 

Northern  Club,  91  George  street 

Northern  Coal  Mining  Co.  3  Coalhill 

Northern  District  School,  Henderson  row 
!  Northern  Lighthouse  Office — A.  Cunning- 
ham, secretary,  84  George  street — ho.  17 
Coates  crescent 

Northern  Reversion  Co.  7  N.  St  Andrew 
street — Wm.  Wood,  manager 

Norwich  Union  Fire  and  Life  Insurance  So- 
ciety, 31  Princes  street. — See  Adv. 

Notman,  David,  builder,  13  Young  street 

Novice,  George  William,  artist.  3  Comely 
Green  crescent 


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O'CoNNELL,  B.  whip  gut  manufac,  Beavethall 
O'Connor,  Bernard,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer, 

234.  Cowgate 
O'Donnell,  Rev.  Alexander,  17  Brown  square 
O'Donnell,  Charles  &  Co.  furniture  dealers, 

156  Cowgate 
O'Donnell,  E    &   Co.   furniture   dealers,  49 

Hanover  street — house,  52 
O'Donnell,  Mrs  Charles,  3  Howard  place 
Office  for  Arrears  of  City  and  County  Tuxes, 

160  High  street — W.  A.  Thomson,  jun. 
Offices  for  the  Schemes  of  the  Church  of 

Scotland,  22  Queen  street 
Offices  of  the  Free  Church,  58  and  62  Fred- 
rick street 
Officer,  Mrs,  11  Picardy  place 
Ojjg,  Peter,  cowfeeder,  128  Rose  street 
Ogilvie,  A.  {J.  b,  A.  0.),  5  West  Newington 
Ogilvie,  Andrew,  lodgings,  9  Trinity  crescent 
Ogilvie,  J.  &  A.  tweed  wart  housemen,  31 

North  bridge 
Ogilvie,  James  (/.  cj-  A.  0.),  128  Princes  st. 
Ogilvie,  John,  secretary   North  British  In- 
surance Co.  65  Princes  street 
Ogilvie,  Jn.  com.  merchant,  10  N.  St  David 

street — house,  9  S.E.  Circus  place 
Ogilvie,  Robt.  G.,  W.S.  14  Cumberland  street 
Ogilvie,  Lieut.  S.  T.,  R.N.  5  Comely  green  pi. 
Ogilvie,  T.  baker  &  coVifectioner,  2  Elm  row 
Ogilvie,  Thos.  cloth  merchant,  17  Brislo  st. 
Ogilvie,  Mrs  General,  32  Heriot  row 
Ogilvie,  Mrs,  Windmill  house 
Ogilvie,  Mrs,  5  West  Newington 
Ogilvy,  Alexander,  Inverforth,  Trinity 
Ogilvy,  Charles,  \8  Nelson  street 
Ogilvy,  G.  Ramsay,  advocate,  16  Duke  street 
Ogilvy,  Jamts,  accountant,  22  Dundas  street 
Ogilvy,  James,  artist,  2  West  Nicolson  street 
Ojiilvy,  James,  writer,  9  South  Melville  pi. 
Ogilvy,  J.  S.  accountant,  agent  for  Lancashire 

Insurance  Co.  15  Great  King  st. 
Ogilvy,  Wm.  tea,  wine,  and  spirit  merchant, 

7  Elm  row — house,  6 
Ogilvy,  Mrs,  35  Gilmore  place 
Ogle  and  Murray,  booksellers  and  stationers, 

49  South  bridge 
Ogle,  Robt.  7  Raeburn  place 
Old  (Indigent)  Men's  Society — William  Scott 

Elliot,  32  Regent  terrace,  secretary 
Oldham,  J.  31  New  buildings — house,  2  East 

Preston  street 
Oliphant,  Francis,  baker,  6  Middle  Arthur  pi. 
Oliphant,  Francis,  jun.  baker,  110  High  st. 
Ohphant,  Robt.,  S.S.C.  17  Young  street 
Oliphant,  Robert,  10  Charlotte  square 
Ohphant,  Robert,  stabler,  16  Charlotte  place 
Oliphant,  Wm.  &  Sons,  publishers  and  book- 
sellers, 7  S.  bridge — ho.  21  Buccleuch  pi. 
Oliphant's,  Mr,  school,  33  Charlotte  square — 

house,  28  Charlotte  square 
Oliphant,  Mrs  Dr,  22  Clarendon  crescent 
Oliphant,  Mrs  John  Hope,  2  Atholl  crescent 
Oliphant,  Mrs  Walter,  8  Buccleuch  place 


Oliver  &  Boyd,  publishers,  printers,  and  book- 
binders, Tweeddale  court,  1 6  High  street 
Oliver,  James  Lawrie,  1 1  Canning  place 
Oliver,  R.  S.  (Grieve  Sf  O.),  13  Gay  field  sq. 
Oliver,  Walter,  tailor,  22  William  street 
Oliver,  W.  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  152  Cowg. 
Oliver,  Mrs  Thomas,  7  Regent  terrace 
Oliver,  Mrs,  48  London  street 
Oliver,  Mrs  Thomas,  Newington  lodge 
Oman,  Natb.  tailor,  56  Thistle  street 
Omond,  Robert,  M.D.,  F.R.C.S.E.  43  Char- 
lotte square 
O'Neill,  J.  clothier,  outfitter  and  draper,  74 

High  street 
O'Neill,  John,  stafF-adjutant,  29  Hamilton  pi. 
Operative   Bakers'  House  of   Call,  Borth- 

wick's  close,  186  High  street 
Operative  Tailors'  Co.  4  Riddle's  cl.  Leith 
Orange,  Andr6,  daguerreotype  portraits,    43 

Princes  street 
Orchardson.Wm.  Q.  artist,  26  Royal  crescent 
Ordnance  Office,  Castle  and  Leith  lort 
Ordnance  Survey  Office,  13  Royal  circus,  5 

St  Vincent  street 
Orkney,  George, gardener,  Northfield 
Orme,  Miss  Mary,  24  Clarence  street 
Ormiston,  John,  baker,  3  Orchardfield  place 
Ormiston,  John,  coal  mercht.  Jock's  lodge 
Ormiston,   Thomas,   spirit   merchant,   51    St 

Andrew  street 
Ormiston,  Mrs,  lodgings,  7  No.- west  Circus  pi. 
Orphan    Hospital,    Dean — J.     Scott   Mon- 

creiflF,  treasurer,  20  India  street 
Orphoot,  Peter,  M  D.  dentist,  113  George  st. 
Orphoot,  Mrs,  113  George  street 
Orr,  David,  letter  carrier,  3  Lauriston  street 
Orr,  Capt.  Edw.  M.,  H.E.I.C.S.  13    Bruns- 
wick street.  Hillside 
Orr,  Captain  J.  superintendent  of  Naval  and 

Military  Academy,  42  St  Cuthbert  street 
Orr,  John,  CM.  33  Parkside  street 
Orr,  Robert,  advocate,  37  Great  King  street 
Orr,  Mrs,  5  Randolph  place 
Orr,  Mrs,  37  Great  King  street 
Orrock  and  Romanes,  bookbinders  and  sta- 
tioners, 35  South  bridge 
Orrock,  Alex.  (O.  Sf  Romanes),  5  Roxburgh 

place 
Orrock,  J.  surg.  &  dentist,  7  Abercromby  pi. 
Orrock,  Mrs,  lodgings,  67  Hanover  street 
Orrok,  Wemyss,  of  Orrok,  9  Carlton  street 
Osburn,  Mrs,  la  Duncan  street 
Oswald,  John,  tobacco  manufactr.  5  Lothian 

street 
Oswald,  Henry,  grocer,  27  London  street 
Ott,  William,  clock  maker,  48  Leith  street 
Outram,  Mrs,  42  York  place 
Ovenstone,  Miss,  2  Morton  street 
Owen,  Chas.  painter  &  glazier,  2  W.  Preston 
street 

Pack,  Misses,  16  West  Preston  street 
Packwood,  Thomas,  tailor,  Newhaven 


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Pailon,  A.  &  D.  booksellers  and  stationers,  13 
St  Andrew  square 

Padon,  Tliomas,  S.S.C.  15  Hart  street 

Fadon,  I\Irs,  15  Hart  street 

Pae,  James,  cowfeeder,  36  Broughton  street 

Pagan,  Oswald,  spirit  dealer,  1 1  Lady  Law- 
son's  wynd 

Pagan,  Oswald,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  14 
India  place 

Pagan,  Dr  S.  A.,  F.R.CS.  40  Melville  street 

Pagan,  Mrs,  16  London  street 

Page,  G.  sole  agent  for  Elphinstone  Colliery, 
10  Elder  street 

Pairman,  W.  prov.  mer.  7  North  College  st. 

Paisley,  John  F.,  M.D.  6  Queen  street 

Palladium  Life  Assurance  Office,  24  Queen 
St. — Shand  and  Farquhar,  W.S.  agents. 

Palmer,  David,  hairdresser,  13  St  Anthony  pi. 

Palmer,  Janots.  teacher  of  music,  6  Union  pi. 

Palmer,  John,  hairdresser,  Lothian  road 

Palmer,  Thos.  victual  dealt  r,  15  Cowgate-hd. 

Panton,  William,  clothier,  hatter,  and  hosier, 
36  South  bridge — ho.  31  Gayfield  square 

Panton,  Mrs  Wm.,  37  Fountainbridge 

Pape,  George,  Coltbridge  house 

Paris,  George  F.  stationer,  34  Northumb.  st. 

Paris,  John,  shoemaker,  92  Kirkgate 

Paris,  Mrs,  grocer  &  sp.  dealer,  61  Cumb.  st. 

Park,  Andrew,  merchant,  Leith  walk 

Park,  A.  &  J.  tea,  wine,  spirit,  linseed  cake, 
and  artificial  manure  merchants,  5  Hunter 
square — house,  3  Queen  street 

Park,  Arch.  {A.  4-  J.  P.),  3  Queen  street 

Park,  John,  advocate,  I  Thomas  street 

Park,  John  W.  boot  maker,  4  William  street 

Park,  Howard,  Inland  Revenue  office.  War- 
die  cottage 

Park,  Robert,  merchant,  2  Brandon  street 

Park,  R.  &  J.  timber  merchants.  Tower  st. 

Park,  Thomas,  shoemaker,  3  Hay's  court 

Park,  Thomas,  bootmaker,  5  Glanville  place 

Park,  Mrs,  23  London  street 

Park,  Miss,  33  Dundas  street 

Parke,  Alex,  teacher  and  translator  of  French 
and  Italian,  17  Dundas  street 

Parker,  .John,  Principal  Extractor  Court  of  Ses- 
sion, Register  office — house,  8  Fettes  row 

Parker,  John  James,  W.S.  8  Fettes  row 

Parker,  John,  Legacy  Duty  Office  —  house, 
44  George  square 

Parker,  J.  &  J.  cabinetmakers  and  uphols- 
terers, 30  Broughton  street 

Parker,  John  W.  public  tea  gardens.  Budding. 

Parker,  M.  &  Co.  oil  and  com.  merchants, 
2  Crown  st.  Leith  walk 

Parker,  Wm.  A.  advocate,  26  Great  King  st. 

Parry,  Geo.  Farquharson  place,  W.  Preston  st. 

Parlane,  Miss,  lodgings,  16  Cumberland  street 

Pass,  Edwin,  perfumer  and  hairdresser,  47 
Frederick  street — house,  45 

Paler^on  and  Co.  carpet  manufacturers,  7  7 
South  bridge 

Paieison,  A.  $i  J.  smiths,  St  Cuthbert's  lane 


Paterson  and  Sons,  London  pianoforte  and 
music  saloon,  27  George  street 

Paterson  &  Anderson,  merchants,  34  Grass- 
market 

Paterson  &  Thomson,  human  hair  manufacts. 
21  Elder  street 

Paterson,  A.  &  Co.  machine  and  axle  makers, 
Greenside  lane 

Paterson,  Abertas,  furniture  dealer  and  auc- 
tioneer, 136  Pleasance 

Paterson,  Adam,  W.S.  36  Heriot  row 

Patt-rson,  Alex,  wine  merchant,  fl  Bernard 
street — house,  21  Drummond  place 

Paterson,  Alex,  collector,  17  Thistle  street 

Paterson,  Alex.  F.  grocer,  39  Kirkgate,  Leith 
— house,  72 

Pattrson,  Andrew  Murray,  accountant,  30 
St  Andrew  square — house,  Wardie  villa 

Paterson,  Andrew,  accountant,  3  North  St 
Andrew  street — bouse,  10  Howard  place 

Paterson,  Arch,  merchant,  2  Baxter's  place 

Paterson  and  Co.  lacemen,  51  Frederick  st. 

Paterson,  D.  &  Co.  fancy  bird  dealers,  11 
South  St  Andrew  street 

Paterson,  David,  plumber,  gasfitter,  and  tin- 
plate  worker,  10  Thistle  street 

Paterson,  David  A.  {Cochrane^  Paterson,  if 
Co.),  Fort  street,  Nprth  Leith 

Paterson,  David  F.  agent,  5  Kerr  street 

Paterson,  David,  brassfounder  and  gasfitter, 
S.w  Thistle  St.  lane,— ho.  31  E.  Cumber- 
land street 

Paterson,  George  &  Son,  builders,  18  West 
Preston  st.  and  27  Charlotte  st.  Leith 

Paterson,  Geo.  of  Castle-Huntly,  advocate,  8 
Coates  crescent 

Paterson,  Geo.  (Bank  of  Scot.) ^  35  Minto  st. 

Paterson,  George,  Geo.  IV.  hotel,  5  Brown  sq. 

Paterson,  Henry,  57  Cumberland  street 

Paterson,  Hugh  (^Hunter  ^  Paterson).,  13 
Henderson  row 

Paterson,  Hugh,  plumber,  6  Ingliston  street 

Paterson,  James  {Romanes  ^  P.),  4  India  st. 

Paterson,  James,  watchmaker,  429  High  street 

Paterson,  Jas.  pawnbroker,  1  Richmond  pi. 

Paterson,  James  {Inland  Revenue  Office), 
6  South  Gray  street 

Paterson,  James  (  Geo.  P.  and  Son),  54  South 
Clerk  street 

Paterson,  J.  {A.  P.  S,-  Co.)  1  Greenside  lane 

Paterson,  James,  coach-hirer,  10  Union  street 

Paterson,  James,  M.D.  17  St  Bernard's  cresc 

Paterson,  James,  land  surveyor,  Western  Dud- 
dingston 

Paterson,  John,  S.S.C.  14  Dublin  street 

Paterson,  John  (Dymock  Sf  P.),  42  Rankeillor 
street  ']  1 

Paterson,   John,    civil    engineer,  4  Bellevue  •  I 
terrace 

Paterson,  John,  jun.  (P.  S;  Sons),  27  George  st. 

Paterson,  John,  dairy,  5  Duke  street,  Leith 

Paterson,  John,  inspector  of  lighting  and 
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Paterson,  John,  vintner,  21  Fleshraarket  close 

—house,  22 
Paterson,  John,  civil  engineer  and  surveyor, 

10  N.  St  Andrew  st.  — ho.  4  Bellevue  ter. 
PaterHon,  L.  merchant,  38  Charlotte  street, 

Leith 
Paterson,  Maurice,  bookbinder  &  bookseller, 

J 2  Catharine  street — ho.  31  Broughton  st. 
PateraoD,R.  architect,  surveyor  of  police,  West 

Union  villa,  Grange  road 
Paterson,  Robert,  musicseller,  SeaclifF  villa. 

Trinity 
Paterson,  Robert,  M.D.,  F.R.C.P.  32  Char- 
lotte street,  Leith 
Paterson,  Rob.  merchant,  118  Lauriston  pi. 
Paterson,  Rob.  lodgings,  19  Duke  street 
Paterson,  Robert,  baker,  35  Tolbooth  wynd, 

Leith 
Paterson,   Thomas,   grocer,    wine   and  spirit 

mercht.  5  E  Register  street 
Paterson,  Thos.  custom-ho.  officer,  6  Annfield 
Paterson,  Thos.  K.  jeweller,  24  Nicolson  street 
Paterson,  Thos.  draper,  56  Lothian  street 
Paterson,  Thos.  spirit  dealer,  98  Kirkgate 
Paterson,  Thos.  letter-carrier,  174  Rose  street 
Paterson,  Thomas,  teacher  of  writing,  arith- 
metic, and  book-keeping,  29  Frederick  street 
Paterson,  Rev.  William,  42  Lothian  street 
Paterson,  W.  (F.  Richardson  £^  Co.),  11  Gra- 
ham street 
Paterson,  Wm.  1  Madeira  street 
Paterson,  Wm.  tea  merchant  and  grocer,  53 

Tolbooth  wynd,  Leith 
Paterson,  Wm.  (B.  L.  Co.'sBk.),20  Leopold  pi. 
Paterson,  Mrs  Ann,  spirit  mer.  105  Kirkgate 
Paterson,  Mrs,  millinery,  baby  linen,  and  stay 

warehouse,  54  Lothian  >treet 
Pater:ion,  Mrs,  lodgings,  3  Grove  place 
Paterson,  Mrs,  lodgings,  52  Bristo  street 
Paterson,  Mrs  Maria,  lodgings,  3  Rutland  st. 
Paterson,  Mrs,  Wardie  villa 
Paterson,  Mrs,  42  Drumraond  place 
Paterson,  Mrs,  of  Castle  Huntly,  3  Coatescr. 
Paterson,  Mrs,  of  Merryflats,  4  Carlton  st. 
Paterson,  Miss  J.  baker,  1  South  St  Andrew 

street — house,  1  St  David  street 
Paterson,  Miss  Mary,  11  Warriston  crescent 
Paterson,  Miss,  dressmaker,  13  Frederick  st. 
Patison   and    Forrester,   silk  mercers,  13  St 

Andrew  square 
Patison,  Wm.  Williamfield 
Patison,  Mrs  William,  Pirniefield 
Patison,  Misses,  60  Cumberland  street 
Paton   &   Ritchie,   printers,   publishers,  and 

stationers,  3  Hanover  street—  printing-office, 

13  George  street 
Paton  &  Kohler,  metal  refiners,  Croft-anrigh 
Paton,  Alex,  boot  and  shoe  maker,  28  South 

bridge 
Paton,  Alexander  G.  boot  &  shoe  maker,  24 

Hanover  street 
Paton,  Charles,  painter,  21  London  street 
Paton,  David,  builder,  17  Greenside  street 


Paton,    Hugh,    printer,    publisher,    picture- 
cleaner,  carver  and  gilder  to  the  Queen  and 
H.R.H.  the  Duchess  of  Kent,   10  Princes 
street — printing-office,  8  North  College  st. 
— house,  1  Hay  street 
Paton,  John,  33  Parkside  street 
Paton,  Rob.  shipmaster,  12  Trinity  crescent 
Paton,  Thomas  S.  advocate,  8  Nelson  street 
Paton,  Thomas,  23  Pitt  street 
Paton,  Walter,  cabinetmaker,  12  Brandon  st. 
Paton,  Walter,  surveyor  for  Lloyd's,  33  Sand- 
port  street — house,  2  Bank  place 
Paton,  Mrs,  Mansionhouse  road 
Paton,  Miss  Janet,  4  West  Claremont  street 
Paion,  Miss,  7  London  street 
Patrick,  M'Ewen,  &  Garment,  W.S.  32  Al- 
bany street 
Patrick,  Robert,   Sunbury  distillery — house. 

Bell's  mills 
Patrick,  William,  W.S.  32  Albany  street 
Patrick,  Mrs  S.  4  Gloucester  place 
Patriotic    Assurance    Co.    of    Ireland,    15 

Royal  Exchange 
Patten,  John,  W.S.  7  Drummond  place 
Patterson,  J.  C.  14  Nicolson  square 
Patterson,  John,  baker,  22  Brunswick  stre  e 
Patterson,  J.  R.  Stuart  street,  Piershill 
Patterson,  Wm.  boot  and  shoe  manufacturer, 

233  Cowgate 
Patterson,  Miss  J.  dressmaker,  67  Ironside  pi. 
Patteson,  Matthew,  1  West  Claremont  street 
Pattison,  G.  H.  advocate,  18  Duke  street 
Pattison,  John,  W.S.  39  London  street 
Pattison,  T.  H.,  M.D.,  F.R.C.P.  S9  London  st. 
Pattison,  Walter  G.  merchant  and  agent,  72 

Timber  bush,  I,eith 
Pattison,  W.  J.  agent,  24  Greenside  place — 

house,  33  East  Claremont  street 
Pattison,  Mrs  H.  spirit  dealer,  1  1  Market  st. 
Pattison,  Mrs  Thos.  Summer  lodge.  Trinity 
Pattison,  Mrs,  2  Pilrig  street 
Pattison,     Miss,    boarding-school,   13    West 

Preston  street 
Pattison,  Misses,  33  East  Claremont  street 
Pattison,  Miss,  24  Greenside  place 
Patton,  George,  advocate,  30  Heriot  row 
Patton,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  8  Kerr  street 
Paul,  Henry,  13  Torphichen  street 
Paul,  Rev.  John,  D.D.  13  George  square 
Paul,  Patrick,  S  S.C.  19  York  place 
Paul,  Rob.  16  Randolph  crescent,  and  Kirk- 
land  lodge,  Hermiston 
Paul,  Thomson,  W.S.  15  Hart  street 
Paulin,  George,  cabinetmaker  and  furniture 
dealer,  4  Howe  st. — work-shop,  Jamaica  st. 
Pawnbroking  Co.  35  South  bridge — Wm.  C. 
Poole,  managing  partner — house,  11   Keir 
street. — See  Adv. 
Paxton,  Js.  shoemaker,  27  N.  Richmond  st. 
Paxton,  John,  wine  &  spirit  merchant,  6  Coat- 
field  lane 
Paxton,  Miss,  teacher  of  music,  30  Rutland  sq. 
Peace,  Jas.  (P.  |-  Co.),  2  Haddington  place 


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Peace,  Philip,  optician  &  looking-glass  manu- 
facturer, 99  Princes  street 
Peace  &  Co.  railway  agents — offices,  Leith 

and  Granton  Railway  Stations 
Peacock,    Adam,    tobacco   manufacturer,    54 

Shore — house,  10  Wellington  place 
Pf  acock,  Adam,  19  Home  street 
Peacock,  Andrew,  tobacco  manufactr.  World's 

end  close — house,  1  Arniston  place 
Peacock,  George,  tailor,  27  Dundas  st. 
Peacock,  John  (f.  Lawsun  and  Son),  3  Mel- 
bourne place 
Peacock,   Thos.    mercantile    accountant,   24 

Salisbury  street 
Peacock,  T.  B.  com.  agent,  I  Annandale  st. 
Peacock,  W.  tailor  and  clothier,  20  N.  bridge 
PeHCock,  E.  &  M.  milliners  and  dressmakers, 

51  Home  street 
Peacock,  Mrs  Henry,  lodgings,  41  Castle  street 
Pearce,  Mrs,  24  Alva  street 
Pears,  Jas.  baker,  66  Buccleuch  street — ho.  2 

Buccleuch  place 
Pearson  &  Robertson,  W.S.  17  Royal  circus 
Pearson,  Charles, accountant,  128  George  street 
Pearson,  David  A.,  W.S.  17  Royal  circus 
Pearson,  David,  lodgings,  40  Cumberland  st. 
Pearson,  J.  minister,  11  London  row,  Leiih 
Pearson,  Thos.  road  contractor.  Powburn 
Pearson,  Thomas,  officer  of  Inland  Revenue, 

Primrose  cottage,  Lochend  road 
Pearson,  Mrs  James,  plumber  and  gasfitter, 

48  South  back  of  Canongate 
Pearson,  Mrs,  23  South  Norton  place 
Pearson,  Miss  A.  12  Darnaway  street 
Peaston,  Alex,  jeweller,  51  North  bridge 
Peaston,  Jas.  tailor  and  clothier,  4  West   Re- 
gister street — house,  17  Scotland  street 
Peaston,  Miss  E.  dressmaker,  2  Cannon  st. 
Peat,  Captain,  ll.N.  Viewforlh  house 
Peat,  James,  merchant,  100  Laurifcton  place 
Peat,  James  D.  Z.  {Edin.  ^  Glas.  Bank),  100 

Lauriston  place 
Peat,  Mrs  Mary,  11  Lynedoch  place 
Peattie,  John,  grocer,  34  Cumberland  street 
Peattie,   John,    working    man's    refreshment 

rooms,  1  Market  stairs 
Peddie,  Alex.,  M.D.,  F.R.C.P.  15  Rutland  st. 
Peddie,  Don.  S.  accountant,  1  George  street — 

house,  Richmond  lodge.  Trinity 
Peddie,  James,  W.S.  36  Albany  street 
Peddie,  John  Dick,  architect,  10  Nelson  street 
Peddie,  R.  {Young  &;  P.),  2  Upper  Gilraore  pi. 
Peddie,  Rev.  Dr  William,  57  George  square 
Peddie,  William,  grocer,  45  Home  street 
Peddie,  Mrs  Dr,  Richmond  Lodge,  Trinity 
Peddie,    Mrs,  stay  and  corsetmaker,   15  W. 

Richmond  street 
Peddie,  Mrs  Wm.  36  N.  Hanover  street 
Peddie,  Miss,  59  Lauriston  place 
Peddie,  Miss,  straw-hat  mak.  Orchardfield  ct. 
Pedie,  Wm.  sheriff-officer,  297  High  street 
Peebles,  John  G.  C,  S.S.C,  5  Hill  street- 
house,  15  Dublin  street 


Peffers,  Jas.  surveyor  of  taxes,  6  Waterloo  pi. 
Peiyton,  Misses,  30  Nicolson  street 
Pelican  Life  Assurance  Company — Agents, 

Jas.    Balfour,    14  George    st.,    Murray  & 

Beith,  50  Castle  st.,  and  John  M'Culloch, 

B.  L.  Co.'s  Bank. — See  Ado. 
Pendrich,  John,  baker,  47  Fountainbridge 
Pendrigh,  William,  family  linen  warehouse, 

88  Princes  street 
Penman,  Jas.  cattle  agent,  16  Clerk  street 
Penman,  John,  grocer,  42  Giles'  street 
Penman,  Mrs  J.  tobacconist,  115  Nicolson  st. 
Penney,  David,  chemist,  72  Princes  street 
Penney,  Wm.  advocate,  24  Great  King  street 
Penny,  Mrs  Thomas,  lodgings,  104  Rose  st. 
Pennycuik,  J.  spirit  dealer,  76  Causeyside 
Pentland,  D.  working  jeweller,  63  North  br. 
Pentland,  Y.J.  &  Son,  coopers  and  stave  mer. 

13  Spence's  place,  Leith 
Perigal,  Arthur,  artist  and  drawing  master, 

21  Hill  street 
Perriot,  Robert,  boot  and  shoe  maker,  14  St 

Andrew  street 
Perry,  Mrs  Dr,  12  Archibald  place 
Peter,  David,  74  Thistle  street 
Peters,  Alex,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  13  Dun- 
das street — house,  27  Cumberland  street 
Peters,  David,  cabinetmaker,  8  Hamilton  pi. 
Peterson,  Archd.  S.  H.  {Petenon  Bro.  dj  Co.), 

Woodville,  Trinity 
Peterson   Brothers  &  Co.  general  commission 

merchants,  Allison's  place 
Peterson,  John  (Piterson  Bro.  Sf  Co.),  Alli- 
son's place 
Peterson,  Magnus  M.  (^Peterson  Brothers),  6 

Haddington  place 
Petre,  Hon.  Edmund,  St  Margaret's  works, 

N.  B.  Railway 
Petrie,  Gavin,  gen.  merchant,  122  West  port 
Petrie,  Geo.  accountant,  31  North  bridge 
Petrie,  Jas.  shoemaker,  18  Cumberland  street 
Petrie,  R.  S.  Seafield  place.  Links,  Leith 
Petrie,   Miss    Helen,   French   stay  maker,   6 

Charlotte  place 
Pettet,  Mrs,  1 1  Lothian  street 
Petty,  Miss,  10  North  St  Andrew  street 
Philip,  Alexander,  grocer,  tea,  wine,  &  spirit 

merchant,  84  West  port 
Philip,  Alexander,  watchmaker,   60  Princes 

street — bouse,  7  Mound  place 
Philip,  C.  &  Co.  merchants,  11  Dock  place — 

house,  2  Bonnington  place 
Philip,  Jn.  wood  merchant,  34  Whitfield  pi. 
Philip,  R.  merchant.  Old  Church  street 
Philip,  William,  clock  and  watchmaker  to  the 

Queen,  6  Nelson  st. 
Philip,  Mrs  James,  25  Minto  street 
Phillips,  Jas.  {G.  P.-O.),  30  S.  St  James' sq. 
Phillips,  Stephen,  keep,  gallery  of  casts,  Royal 

Institution 
Phillips,  Mrs  B.  bookseller  and  stationer,   5 

Warriston  place 
Phillips,  Mrs,  21  London  stnet 


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Philp,  John,  wine  and  spirit  dealer,  Druna- 
mond  court — house,  8  Blenheim  place 

Philp,  William  T.  accountant,  11  Clarence 
street 

Philp,  Mrs  F.  P.,  Willow  bank  cottage 

Philp's  Albion  Temp,  hoiel,  28  St.  James'  sq. 

Philosophical  Institution,  4  Queen  street 
— Henry  Bowie,  s«c;  A.  Tod,  librarian 

Philpot,  James,  furniture  dealer  and  commis- 
sion agent,  47  Hanover  street 

Phimester,  Robt.  wright,  14.  Lauriston  street 

Phin,  John,  S.S.C.  13  Heriot  row 

Phin,  Mrs  W.  fishing  tackle  manufacturer,  80 
Princes  street — house,  9  Thistle  street 

Phin,  Miss  J.  Boroughmuirhead 

Phin,  Miss,  7  London  street 

Phipps,  Thomas,  Allanfield,  Ferry  road,  Leith 

Fhipps,  Mrs,  Allanfield,  Ferry  road,  Leith 

Phoenix  Fire  Assurance  Company — Ag<-nts, 
Robt.  Allan,  4  St  Andrew  square  ;  John 
M'CuUoch,  B.  L.  Co  S  Bank  ;  Amlrew 
Muir,  14  Royal  exchange  ;  H.  G.  Watson, 
3  St  David  st. ;  Wm.  Muir,  Quality  St., 
Leith 

Picken,  John,  watchmaker,  8  Gilmore  street 

Picken,  William,  clock  and  watchmaker, 
18  Victoria  street 

Pickford  and  Co.  railway  contractors  &  town- 
carters,  offices,  Lothian  road,  North  bridge, 
and  6  Drummond  street 
-Piggott,  George  {N.  L.  office),  2  John's  place 

Pike,  Wm.  silk  mercer  and  draper,  37  Princes 
street — house,  10  George  stieet 

Pilkinion,  T.  and  Son,  archits  and  surveyors, 
10  Dundas  street 

Pillans,  H.  and  J.  printers,  7  James'  court 

Pillans,  Hugh  Scott  {City  of  Glasgow  Bank), 
15  Nelson  street 

Pillans,  J.  (H.  §■  J.  P.)  printer,  2  E.  New- 
ington  place 

Pillans,  James,  professor  of  humanity,  43 
Inverleith  row 

Pillans,  Robert,  musicseller,  37  Hanover  st. 

Pillans,  Mrs,  2  East  Newington  place 

Pinkerton,  Adam,  janitor,  Edin.  Academy 

Pinkerton,  David,  cowfeeder,  Patrick  hall 

Pinkerton,  Mrs  John,  26  Cumberland  street 

Pinkerton,  Miss,  teacher,  2  Causeyside 

Pinkerton,  Miss,  22  Scotland  street 

Piper,  John,  tailor  and  clothier,  4^  N.  bridge 
— bouse,  2  Buccleuch  place 

Piper,  Mrs,  8  Windsor  street 

Pirie,  Jas.  {Customs),  Ellen  street 

Pirret,  James,  grocer,  58  Clerk  street 

Pirrie,  David,  wright,  8  St  Anthony  street  and 
Junction  street 

Pirrie,  Mrs  Margaret,  lodgings,  1  Rutland  st. 

Pitbladdo,  James,  clerk  of  works,  34  Wright's 
houses 

Pitcairn,  Robt.  W.S.  official  searcher  of  public 
records,  G.  R.  office,  9  Northumberland  st. 

Pitcairn,  W.  F.  19  Forth  street 

Pitcairn,  Mrs,  14  Heriot  row 


Pitcairn,  Miss,  14  Howe  street 
Pitcairn,  Miss,  8  Ainslie  place 
Pitcaithley,    R.    wright  and   undertaker,    13 

West  Nicolson  street 
Pitman,  Mrs  General,  46  Heriot  row 
Pitt,  Lieut.  E.  W.,  R.  N.  agent  for  transports, 

42  Bernard  street 
Pitt,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  15  Catharine  street 
Pittendrigh,  Rev.  George,  15  Gilmore  place 
Player,  J.  agent,  E.  P.  &  D.  Railway  Com- 
pany, Granton 
Play  fair,  Wm.  H.  architect,  17  Great  Stuart 

street 
Playfair,  Misses,  28  Moray  place 
Plenderleath,  Mrs,  6  Windmill  street 
Plenderleith,  Miss,  13  Dundas  street 
Plowman,  Geo.  missionary,  16  Buccleuch  st. 
Plummer,  Alexander,  flesher,  47  Home  street 
Plummer,  Jo.   1  and  2  Middle  market — ho. 

J 12  Lauriston  place 
Pocock,  James,  upholsterer,  Haddon's  court 
Police  Office,  Police  Chambers,  High  strert, 

and  18  Charlotte  street,  Leith 
Police   Surveyor's   Office,   Police  Chambers, 

High  street 
Poison,  Charles,  6  Brighton  street 
Pollexfen,  James  R.,  W.S.  6  India  street 
Pollock,  Peter  and  Son,  veterinary  surgeons, 

83  Rose  street — house,  2  Frederick  street 
Pollock,  Pet.  hosier  and  glover,  25  Nicolson 

street 
Pollock,  Peter,  bookseller  and  stationer,  12 

Leith  street 
Pollock,  Robt.  teacher  of  dancing,  3  Duncan 

street,  Leith 
Pollock,  William,  solicitor,  13  York  place 
Poison  and  Falconer,  paper  rulers  and  book- 
binders, 1  Milne  square 
Ponsonby,  Mrs,  boarding  school,  6  Drummond 

place 
Ponton,  George,  baker,  10  St  Vincent  street 
Pontton,  Robert,  spirit  merchant,  16  Coal  hill 
Ponton,  Thomas,  architect,  10  Forres  street 
Poole,  Alex,  hairdresser,  50  Broughton  st. 
Poole,  Wra.  C.  (South,  Bridge  Pawnbroking 

Co.),  11  Keir  street 
Poor's  Rate  Office,  57  North  bridge — Donald 

M'Donald,  collector 
Pope,  James,  tea,  wine,  and  spirit  merchant, 

23  Charlotte  st. — house.  Junction  house 
Pope,  Mrs  Mary,  3  Bellevue  terrace 
Popowitz,   George,   photographic   artist,   60 

Princes  street 
Porteous,  Alex,  preparer  of  scurvy  ointment,  5 

Spence's  place 
Porteous,  Alex,  currier  and  leather  merchant 

GuUand's  close,  and  31  S.  Rose  street  lane 

— house,  4  Roxburgh  street 
Porteous,  Alex,  farmer,  East  Merchiston 
Porteous,  Alex,  spirit  dealer,  86  Candlemaker 

row 
Porteous,  A.  coal  merchant,  13  Elm  row,  84 

South  Clerk  street,  and  1  Port  Hamilton 


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Portpous,  Andrew,  postmaster,  Boroughmuir- 

head 
Porteous,   George,  victual  dealer,    86  Crosg- 

causey 
Porteous,  J.  officer  of  Calton  incorporation,  23 

Calton  hill 
Porteous,  Jno.  overseer,  Craighouse,  Borough- 

muirhead 
Porteous,  John,  6  Haddington  pi. — house,  16 

Grove  street 
Porteous,  William,  writer,  53  George  street 
Portt'ous,  William,  corn  merchant,  6  Grass- 
market — house,  4  Brown's  place 
Porteous,  W.  {Inld.  Rev.)  1 7  W.  Nicolson  st. 
Porteous,  William,  tailor,  377  Hitch  street 
Porteus,Wra.  house  painter,  15  N.-W.  Circus 

pla  -e 
Porteou«,  Mrs  Wm.  grocer  and  spirit  dealer, 

1  Heriot  mount 
Porteous,  Miss,  13  Leopold  place 
Porteous,  Misses,  16  St  Vincent  street 
Porter,  ^lartin,  stationer  and  news  agent,  3 

S.-E.  Circus  place 
Porter,  Thos.  wright.  West  Northumberland 

street  lane 
Porter,  Wm.  H.  coke  and  English  coal  agt-nt, 

8  E.  Register  st. — ho.  Springfield  cottage. 

Grange 
Porterfield,  John   H.  gardener.  Upper  Her- 

mitai;e 
PoRT-HopETOUN  Foundry,  69  Fountainbr. 
Post-Office,   General,  Waterloo  place  and 

128  Constitution  street 
Pott,  James,  55  Albany  street 
Pottie,  James,  baker,  9  West  Richmond  street 
Potts,    Cairnie,    &    Ray,  cabinetmakers  and 

upholsterers,  9  Princes  street 
Potts,  George,  cabinetmaker,  Northfield  cot- 
tage 
Pott<,  G.   H.  &  Co.  painters  and  decorators, 

92  Princes  street 
Potts,  Thomas,  assistant  clerk  of  Session,  14 

Register  office — house,  13  Gayfit-ld  square 
Potts,  Thomas,  lodgings,  57  Hanover  street 
Potts,  Wm.   wine   merchant  and  grocer,  17 

Downie  place — ho.  Clermont  villa,  Morn- 

ingside 
Potts,   William   and  Henry,   merchants  and 

wholesale  agents,  PortHopetoun  warehouses 
Potts,  William,  agent,  16  Broughton  place 
Pourie,  Adam,  boot  and  shoe  maker,  44  Bridge 

street 
Pourie,  John,  &   S  ns,   coopers,  10  Sandport 

street — house,  33  Bridge  street 
Pow,  James,  surgeon,  20  Drummond  place 
Powell,  Frederick  W.  {Duncan,  Flockhart,  d: 

Powell),  33  St  Bernard  street 
Prager,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  9  Society 
Pratt,  John,  gun  maker,   99  Princes  street — 

house,  17  George  street 
Pratt,  Robert,  tailor,  44  South  bridge 
Pratt,  Mrs  Alex.  12  Hill  square 
Pratt,  Miss,  matron.  House  of  Refuge 


Pratt,  Miss,  teacherof  muMC,  37  Broughton  pi. 
Prentice,  J.  R.  20  Gilmore  place 
Prentice,  John,  cowfeeder,  8  ToUcross 
Prentice,  Mrs  Thos.  grocer,  13  Couper  street 
Prescot,  Thomas,  gun  polisher,  27  Jamaica  st. 
Preshaw,  John,  hotel,  25  Fleshmarket  close 
Preston,  James,  umbrella  maker,  3  Bread  st. 
Preston,  Mrs,  .51  Broughton  street 
Pretsell,  .James,  spirit  dealer,  44  West  Cross- 
causey 
Pretaell,  Miss  Margaret,  5  Keir  street 
Prettie,  Mrs  T.  lodgings,  3  Saunders  street 
Pridie,  Peter  H.  solicitor,  5  Nicolson  street 
Primmer,  Mrs  John,  toy  shop,  26  Tolbooth 

wynd,  Leith 
Primrose,  Hon.  B.  F.  22  Moray  place 
Primrose,  John,  coil  merchant,  3  Crown  street 
Prince  of  Wales  Life  and  Educational  Assur- 
ance Company,  80  George  street 
Prince  of  Wales  hotel,  44  &  46  W.  Register  st. 
Pringle,  Alex,  of  Whytbank,  2  Randolph  clifF 
Pringle,  A.  grocer  and  spiritdeal.  35  Clerk  st. 
Pringle,  Alex.  {Adjutant-  General's  Office),  I 

Grove  street 
Pringle,  David  (N.  B.  Advertiser  Office),  13 

Torphichen  street 
Pringle,  Dav.  carver  and  gilder,  10  Simon  sq. 
Pringle,  George,  14  Rutland  street 
Pringle,  James,  grocer,  6  St  Leonard's  hill 
Pringle,  .T.  provision  mercht.  3  Spring  gard. 
Pringle,  James  {Edin.  Rope  Co.)^  3  Hermit- 
age place 
Pringle,  James,  barm  brewer,  Gibb's  entry 
Pringle,  Jn.  innkeeper,  3  West  Crosscausey 
Pringle,    .John    {Edin.    and   Glas.  Bunk),   9 

Wharton  place 
Pringle.  John,  superintendent  of  slaughter- 
bouse^,  55  Fountain  bridge 
Pringle,  Major-Gen.  of  Svraington,  Raimes' 

place,  Bonnington 
Pringle,  Robert,  W.S.  32  Ann  street 
Pringle,  Robert,  canteen,  Jock's  lodge 
Pringle,  Thomas,  10  Brighton  street 
Pringle,  William,  18  Scotland  street 
Pringle,  Wm.  cowfeeder,  4  Elbe  street 
Pringle,  Wm.  victual  dealer,  16  Grassmarket 
Pringle,  Wm.  lodgings,  5  Shandwick  place 
Pringle,  Mrs  Andw.  spirit  dealer,  9  Stead's  pi. 
Pringle,  Mrs,  grocer  and  spirit  merchant,  78 

Canongate — ho.  80 
Pringle,  Miss  W.  54  Cumberland  street 
Pringle,  Misses,  2  Randolph  cliff 
Pritty,  John,  printer,  42  Thistle  street 
Privy  Seal  Office,  Register  house 
Proctor,   Adam,    plumber    and    gasfitter,    5 

Church  lane — house,  55  India  place 
Proctor,  Mrs  Jane,  lodgings,  1 8  Lothian  street 
Procurator  Fiscal's  Office,  10  Royal  Exchange 
Professional  Life  Assurance   Company,  32 
St  Andrew  sq.— Richard  Wilson,  manager. 
— See  Adv. 
Profit,  Alexander,  12  Elbe  street,  Leith 
Property  &  Income  Tax  Office,  Waterloo  pi. 


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Property  &  Income  Tax,  for  ancient  royalty, 
.  23  Geo.  IV.  bridge,  G.  Cairns,  S.S.C.  &  S.L. 
Profertv  Investment  Company — office,  114 

High  street — Alex.  Cuthbert,  manager 
Prophit,  Thomas,  fishmonger,  49  London  st. 
Proud,  John,  baker,  114  West  port 
Proud,  Mrs,  grocer,  11  Earl  Grey  street 
Proudfoot,  G.  80  St  Andrew  street,  Leith 
Proudloot,  John,  teacher,  1  Duncan  st.  Leith 
Proudfoot,  Robert,  shoemaker,  1 1  Davie  st. 
Proudfoot,  Thomas,  5  Fyfe  place 
Proudfoot,  Wm.  letter-carrier,  59  Potterrow 
Proudfoot,  Mrs  Ann,  15  Fettes  row 
Proven,  David,  club- master,  14  Queen  street 
Provident  Clekks'  Mutual  Life  Assurance 
and  Benevolent  Fund — A.  Paterson,  3  No. 
St  Andrew  street 
Provident  Clerks'  Mutual  Life  Assurance 
and  Benevolent  Fund,  and  Unity  Fire  In- 
surance   Association,    11    Picardy   place — 
Wm.  Gray  agent 
Provident  Life  Office,  8  Gloucester  place — 

Webster  and  Renny,  agents 
Provincial  (The)  Fire  Insurance  Co.,  Great 
Britain  and  India,  and  London  Life  Assur- 
ance Offices,— Wm.  Kelso  Thwaites,  S.S.C. 
— chambers,    2   Queen   street — house,    30 
Clarence  street 
Provest,  Mrs,  lodgings,  37  Northumberland  st. 
Pryde,  Jas.  teacher  of  mathema.  50  South  br. 
PuUar,  James  Y.,  S.S.C.  16  Picardy  place 
Puuton,  Robert,  spirit  merchant,  16  Coal  hill 
Purdie,    James,    furnishing    iroumonger,    23 

Leith  street 
Purdie,  John,  London  pianoforte  and  music 

warehouse,  83  Princes  street 
Purdie,  John,  10  Inverleith  row 
Purdie,  John  {Refreshment Rooms), \9¥\eiih- 

market  close 
Purdie,  Thos.  {Lithgow and  P.),  60  Hanov.  st. 
Purdie,  Christina,  toy  warehouse,  79  Princes 

street 
Purdie,  Mrs,  lodgings,  14  Trinity  crescent 
Purveis,  Mrs,  lodgings,  113  Princes  street 
Purves,  John,  warehouseman,  15  Hart  street 
Purves,  Peter,  tailor  &  clothier,  22  Waterloo 

place — ho.  8  Barony  street 
Purves,  Robert,  18  Leopold  place 
Purves,  Robert,  30  Alva  street 
Purvfcs,  Thos.  gardener,  Arthur  St.  Leith  walk 
Purves,  Thomas,  lodgings,  19  Albany  street 
Purves,  William,  clerk,  7  Crichton  street 
Purves,  William  and  Co.  clothiers  to  the  Queen, 

58  Princes  street 
Purves,  Wm.  tailor  and  clothier,  31  N.  bridge 
Purvis,  Alexander,  smith,  12  Deanhaugh  st. 
Purvis,  Joseph,  34  Castle  street 
Purvis,  William,  5  Melville  street 
Purvis,  Mrs  Dr,  6  Hill  place 
Purvis,  Mrs,  of  Glassmount,  4  St  Colme  st. 
Pyle,  George  H.  9  Montagu  street 
Pyle,  William,  13  Cheyne  strt-ct 
Pyper,  Hamilton,  advocate,  15  Royal  crescent 


Pyper,  John,  agent,  7  Johnstone  street 
Pyper,  John,  writer,  37  York  place 

Queen's  Temperance  Hotel,  71  Princes  st. 
Quin  &  Donald,  china  merchts.  10  Bristo  pi, 
Quinet,  Mrs,  housekeeper,  Holyrood  palace 
Quigley,  Mrs  James,  32  Dundas  street 

Racket  Court,  180  Rose  street 

Radley,  William,  coal  agent,  101  Causeyside 

Rae,   Alexander,  grocer,  3  and  4  Glanville 

place — house,  10  Mary  place 
Rae,  David,  builder,  6  Spring  gard.  Stockbr. 
Rae,  Francis,  grocer,  45  Cumberland  street 
Rae,  George,  joiner,  2  Cumberland  strett 
Rae,  George  M.,  2  George  street 
Rae,  George,    grocer  and  victual  dealer,   43 

Dundas  street 
Rae,  Henry,  silk  mercer,  and  draper,  8  Spring 

gardens — house,  6 
Rae,  Jas.  gardener.  East  Morningside  house 
Rae,  Robert,  plumber,  23  W.  Register  stret-t 
Rae,  Robert,  wood  merchant,  3  Wallace  place 
Rae,  Thomas,  baker,  5  Leven  street 
Rae,  Thos.  writer  and  account.  14  Raeburu  pi. 
Rae,  Wm.  chimney  sweep,  33  St  Patrick  sq. 
Rae,  Wm.  Fraser,  2  George  street 
Raeburn,  James,  portmanteau  &  trunk  manu- 
facturer, 5  South  St  Andrew  street — house, 
7  North  St  David  street 
Raeburn,  John,  broker,  245  Cowgate 
Raeburn,  John  P.  4  Warriston  crescent 
Raeburn,  Robt.  R.  architect,  4  Warriston  cr. 
Raeburn,  William,  wine  &  spirit  dealer,  5'd7 

Castle  hill  and  343  High  street 
Raeburn,  Miss,  22  Gayfield  square 
Railway,  Caledonian — station,  Lothian  road 
Railway,  Dalkeith  Br.  ot  N.  B.  St  Leonard's 
Railway,  Edinburgh  &  Glasgow — stations. 

North  bridge  and  Citadel 
Railway,  Edinburgh,  Perth,  and  Dundee — 

office,  9  Princes  street 
Railway,  Edinburgh,  Leith,  and  Granton — 

station.  Princes  street 
Railway,  North  British — offices,  24  St  An- 
drew square,  and  1  Shore  (James  Nairn, 
secretary;  W.  Hardie,  manager  goods  de- 
partment ;  William  Lyall,  superintend- 
ent)— station,  North  bridge 
Railway  Passengers'  Assurance  Office,  4  St 

Andrew  square — Robert  Allan,  agent 
Raimes,  Blanchard,  &  Co.  agents,  wholesale 
druggists,    and    manufacturing    chemists. 
Smith's  place 
Raimes,  John,  Smith's  place 
Raimes,  Richd.  {R.  ^  Co.),  Bonnington  park 
Rainie,  Robert,  accountant  and  actuary,    19 

Gilmore  place 
Rainnie,  George,  6  Gardner's  crescent 
Raleigh,  Samuel,  accountant,  5  N-  St  David 

street — ho.  East  Union  villa.  Grange  road 
Ralston,  Alex,  staymaker,  Hyndford  close 
Ralston,  Mrs, coach  hirer,  Regent  terrace  lane 


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Ramage,  Adam,  Britannia  metal  manufacturer, 

25  Lothian  road — house,  23  Bread  street 
Ramage,  Alex,  letter-carrier,  26  Carnegie  8t. 
Ramage,  J.  wright  &  undertaker,  20G  Rose 

street 

Ramage,  James,  lithographer  and  draughts- 
man, Boroughlochhead  cottage 

Ramage,  John,  baker  and  confectioner,  3  &  4 
Albert  place — bouse,  2 

Ramagp,  John  &  Son,  plasterers,  39  Jamaica 
street 

Ramage,  Robert  {J.  R.  ^  Son),  27  Howe  st. 

Ramage,  Wm.  cowfeeder,  8  South  Niddry  st. 

Ramage,  Mrs,  22  St  Patrick  square 

Ramaee,  Mrs,  lodgings,  7  East  Adam  street 

Rampini,  Jos.  10  Gloucester  place 

RampUng,  J.  Waterloo  hotel,  &  Waterloo 
rooms,  23  &  24  Waterloo  place 

Ramsay,  Adam,  farmer.  Trinity  park 

Ramsay,  Alex,  manager  Water  Oj.  Greenhill 

RaiDsay,  Alex,  draper,  21  Haddington  place 

Ramsay,  Da  v.  &  Son ,  printers  and  publishers  of 
the^.  Evening  Courant,lS%  &  190  High  st. 

Ramsay,  David,  me/chant  and  com.  agent, 
24  St  James'  square — house,  1  Links  place 

Ramsay,  David,  surgeon,  29  London  street 

Ramsay,  the  Very  Rev.  Edward  B.  {St  Johi's 
Episcopal  Chapel),  23  Ainslie  place 

Ramsay,  George,  Courant  Office,  188  High  st. 

Ramsay,  George,  manager  Scottish  Union  In- 
surance Company,  12  Alva  street 

Ramsay,  Genrjie,  stabler,  16  W.  Xicolson  st. 

Ramsay,  James,  writer,  1  Clermont  place 

Ramsay,  James,  coal  agent,  14  Semple  street 

Ramsay,  James,  lodgings,  3  Maitland  place, 
Newhaven 

Ramsay,  Jn.  pianoforte  wareroom,  6  Calton 
street 

Ramsay,  John,  wright  and  undertaker,  St 
Stephen  street — house,  69  Cumberland  st. 

Ramsay,  John,  tailor,  30  William  (Street 

Ramsay,  Johu  Wedderburn,  12  Alva  street 

Ramsay,  John  W.  wine  merchant,  Wet  docks 
— house,  12  Alva  street,  Edinburgh 

Ramsay,  Peter,  Esq.  Viewville  house,  Gran- 
ton  road 

Ramsay,  Thomas,  baker,  14  High  street  and 

26  South  Hanover  street 

Ramsay,  W.  coach  hirer,   21  West  Preston 

street 
Ramsay,  William,  tailor,  11  Home  street 
Ramsay,    William,   Viewville    bouse.   Gran- 
ton  road 
Ramsay,  William,  slater  and  glazier,  St  Ste- 
phen street — house,  18  St  Vincent  street 
Ramsay,  Mrs  C.  L.  of  Fala,  9  Manor  place 
Ramsay,  I\Irs  Dr,  15  Melville  street 
Ramsay,  Mrs  Euphemia,  33  London  street 
Ramsay,  Mrs  John,  9  Blacket  place 
Ramsay,  Mrs,  1  Links  place,  Leith 
Ramsay,  Mrs,  4  North  St  James'  street 
Ramsay,  Miss  Janet,  trimming  shop,  46  Ha- 
nover street 


Ramsay,  Miss,  44  Minto  street 

Ramsden,  James,  wool  merchant,  1  Stafford  st. 

Ranken,  D.  flesher,  9  West  Salisbury  place — 

house,  East  Sciennes  street 
Ranken,    Francis,    cut     glass    manufacturer, 

brassfounder,  and  gasfitter,  16  Picardy  place 

— house,  8  Hope  crescent 
Ranken,  George,  optician,  112  Rose  street 
Ranken,  P.  coal  merchant,  10  Salamander  st. 
Ranken,  Thomas,  S.S.C  68  Queen  street 
Ranken,  Mrs  Helen,  23  Lauriston  street 
Ranken,  Miss,  3  Fyfe  place 
Rankin,  John  A.  23  Regent  terrace 
Rankin,  Thomas,  2  Hill  place 
Rankin,  Miss,  19  Queen  street 
Rattray,  William,  writer,  14  William  st. 
Rattray,  Misses,  13  Torphichen  street 
Rausch&  Busse,  tailors  &  clothiers,  8  George  st. 
Rausch,   W.   L.   {Rausch    6^    Bussn),    4    St 

Andrew  square 
Ray,  James    (P.   C.   6f  i?.),  Jordan    bank, 

Morningside 
Ray ner,  Richard,  riding-master.  Young  street 

lane — house,  3  Rutland  square 
Reading  Rooms,  Waterloo,  23  Waterloo  place 
Rfxords,  Home  and  Foreign  Missionary,  and 

Children's     Missionary,      of     Established 

Church  of  Scotland,   publication  office,  3 

Hanover  street — (Paton  &  Ritchie) 
Records,  Home  and  Foreign  Missionary,  and 

Children's  Missionary,  of  Free  Church  of 

Scotland,  publication  office,   9  North   Bank 

street — (James  Nichol) 
Record  Office,  Register  house 
Record  for  Servants,  4  South  St  Andrew  st. 
Recorder's  Office  (Calton),  21  Calton  hill 
Recordkr's  Office  (Canomjate),  163  Canong. 
Recorder's    Office    (Grey friars'),  30  Upper 

gate,  Crindlemaker  row 
RtcoRDEii's  Office  (St  Cuihbert's),  West  kirk 
Rednall's  stny  warehouse,  57  Princes  street 
Redpath,    Alex,    bookseller   and   army    sta- 
tioner, 295  High  st bouse,  10  Hermitage 

place,  Stockbridge 
Redpath,  Brown,  &  Co.  iron  merchants  aiid 

ironmongers,  33  Candlemaker  row,  and  81 

Constitution  street,  Leith 
Redpath,   H.    (/?.  ^'  Brown),  Grange    bank, 

Morningside 
Redpath,  Peter,  flesher,  Coates  place 
Redpath,  Miss,  39  George  square 
Ree,  Hermann  {Combe^  Ree,  ^-  Co.),  18  Wind- 
sor street 
Reed,  Robt.  com.  traveller,  16  S  Charlotte  st. 
Refreshment  and  Reading  Rooms  for  the 

Working   Classes — See  detailed   at  Hotels 

and  Inns 
Refuge,  House  of,  Queensberry  house 
Register   for   Servants,    11    South   College 

street — Mrs  Young,  keeper 
Registration  Office,  Register  house 
Rehern,  Mrs,  cowf.  East  Hermitage,  Leith 
Reid,  Alexander,  10  Greenside  street 


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Keid,  Alexander,  optician,  6q  Nicolson  street 
Held,  Alex,  tinsmith  &  gasStter,  34  Victoria  st. 
Reid,  Alex,  LL.D.   head   master  Edinburgh 

Institution^  8  Queen  street 
Reid  &  Son,  booksellers,  stationers,  printers, 
and  chartsellers  to  the  Admiralty,  36  Shore 
Ri  id  &  Co.'s  London  porter  store,  69  Shore — 

Charles  Morrison,  agent 
Reid,  Charles  G.,  W.S.  3  St  Colme  street 
Reid,  Charles,  baker,  1  Jamaica  street 
Reid,  C.  P.  {R.  &  Son),  10  Albany  st.  Leith 
lleid,  D.  and  Son,  nurserymen,  Leith  walk 
Reid,  David,  cabinetmaker,  &c.  Hope  st.  lane 

—house,  7  South  Charlotte  street 
Reid,  David,  wright  &  undertaker,  1  Hope  pk. 
Reid,   Daniel,  grocer  and    spirit   dealer,    11 

William  street 
Reid,  Daniel,  mason  and  chimney  sweep,   1 

To!  booth  Wynd 
Reid,  George,  hairdresser,  164  Rose  street 
Reid,    Gilfillan,   fishmonger,    4    Fishmarket 
and  61  Frederick  St.— house,  74  Thistle  st. 
Reid,  James,  accountant,  10  N   St  Andrew  st. 
Reid,  James,  agent,  35  West  Nicolson  street 
Reid,  James,  bone  yard,  49  Salamander  st. 
Reid,  James  {Com.  Bank),  5  Upper  Gray  st. 
Reid,  James,  21  Minto  street 
Reid,  James,  Receiver  of  Crown  Rents,  Ex- 
chequer, Morton  House 
Reid,  James,  gardener,  Ferneyhill 
Reid,  John,  skinner  and  leather  dresser,  Pow- 

burn 
Reid,  John,  baker,  43  Cumberland  street 
Reid,  John  &  Co.,  silk  mercers,  75  George  st. 
Reid,  John,  cabinetmaker  and  joiner,  ;i  Inglis- 

ton  street— ho.  13  East  Adam  street 
Reid,  John  R.  writer,  30  Royal  circus 
Reid,  M.  W.  &  Son,  printers,  4  Nottingham  pi. 

— house,  10  Greenside  street 
Reid,  Robert,  44  Charlotte  square 
Reid,  Robert,  house-painter,  3  Blenheim  pi. 

—-ho.  Spring  villa.  Abbey  hill 
Reid,  Robert,  bootmaker,  32  St  Leonard  st. 
Reid,  Robert,  ordnance  contractor,  49  Bruns- 
wick street 
Reid,  Dr  Robert,  dentist,  19  Heriot  row 
Reid,  Thomas   G.    Inland    Revenue,    Edin- 
burgh, Jock's  Lodge 
Reid,  Rev.  William,  7  Montpelier 
Reid,  Wm.  pewterer  and  hardware  merchant, 

6  Victoria  street 
Reid,  Wm.  mercantile  agent — warehouse,  12 

Hill  square,  5  Blacket  place 
Reid,  William,  &  Sons,  builders,  Castle  place 
Reid,  Wm.  grocer,  58  Earl  Grey  street 
Reid,  Mrs  Dr  J.  W.,  10  Jordan  bank,  Morn- 

ingside 
Reid,  Mrs  Robert,  2  Scotland  street 
Reid,  Mrs  William,  28  Greenside  street 
Reid,  Mrs,  5  Picardy  place 
Reid,  Mrs  Adam  F.  2  Alva  street 
Reid,  Mrs,  straw- hat  maker,  6  Rose  street 
Reid,  Mrs,  8  Comely  green  place 


Reid,  MfH,  2  Nelson  street 

Reid,  Mrs,  1  Lower  Gilmore  place 

Reid,  Miss,  charity  school,  81  Causeyside    ; 

Reid,  Miss,  tobacconist,  22  Bank  street 

Reid,  Misses,  milliners,  5  Hanover  street 

Reikie,  .James,  fruiterer,  4  Stafford  street 

Reikie,  James,  confectioner,  .'38  Kirkgate 

Religious  and  Charitable  InstitutiouH,  office, 

6  York  place 
Rendall,  Wm.  CommisKion  agent,  32  Bernard 

street 
Rendall,  Magnus  C.  agent,  32  Bernard  street 
Rennie,  Alex,  spirit  merchant,  3  Old  Phytic 

gardens 
Rennie    Brothers,  agents  and  merchants,  135 

Constitution  street,  Leith 
Rennie,  Archd.  flesher,  Craigside  house 
Rennie,  Jas.  warehouseman,  3  Anderson's  pi. 
Rennie,    John,    furnishing   ironmonger    and 
smith,  53  Hanover  street  and  North- West 
Thistle  street  lane 
Rennie,  John,  fishmonger  and  poulterer,  53 

Clerk  street 

Rennie,  P.  house  carpenter,  32  Cumberland  st. 

Rennie,  Wm.   smith   and   ironmonger,  S.  E. 

Thistle  street  lane — house,  39  Thistle  street 

Rtnnie,  William,  grocer  and  wine  and  spirit 

merchant,  25  Union  place 
Bennie,  Win.  flesher,  118  Nicolson  street 
Rennie,  Mrs,  midwife,  38  Brunswick  street 
Rennie,  Mrs,  12  Gayfield  square 
Renny,  Wm.  J.,  W.S.  8  West  Maitland  st. 
Renton,  Hepburn,  2  West  Circus  place 
Renton,  James,  S.S  C.  2  Thistle  court— house, 

25  Scotland  street 
Renton,  John,  organ-builder,  8  North  Bank 

street— house,  10  St  Patrick  square 
Renton,  Robt.,  M.D.,  F.R  C.P.E.  26  Howe  st. 
Renton,  William,  22  Buccleuch  place 
Renton,  Wm.jun.  22  Buccleuch  place 
Renton,  Wm.  &  Co.  mercers  and  general  dra- 
pers, 12,  13,  &  14   Princes  street,  and    14 
West  Register  street 
Renton,  William,  baker,  98  Canongate 
Renton,  Wm.  (P.  Howden  ^  Co.),  1  Morning- 
side  terrace 
Renwick,  Mrs,  30  Queen  street 
Reoch,  Daniel,  victual  dealer,  20  Union  |)1. 
Reoch,  Geo.  W.   agent  for  Scottish  Union  In- 
surance Co.   15  Bernard  street — ho.  5  Bon- 
nington  place 
Reoch,  Jn.  Inglis,  4  Hamilton  pi.  Newingfon 
Reoch,  Reeve  Burgess,  designer,  29  Alva  st. 
Reoch,  Mrs,  cook,  90  Rose  street 
Repository  for  Ladies'  Work,  6  N.  Charlotte 

street 
Reston,  Miss  J.  fringe,  tassel,  and  trimming 

maker,  68  George  street 
Revans,  C.  commer.  traveller,  1  High  Albany 

street,  Leith 
Reynolds,  Andrew,  printer,  14  Pitt  street 
Rhind,  D.  architect,  54  Great  Kinjr  street 
Rhind,  John,  accountant,  8  Hill  t^quare 


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Rhind,  Robert  {Murray  8f  R.),  7  Nelson  st. 

— house,  9  James  street,  Portobello 
Rhind,  Win.  surgeon,  121  Princes  street 
Rhind,  Mrs,  5  GlouceHter  place 
Rhind,  Miss  Jane,  3  Dean  terrace 
Riach,  G.  S.  52  Raukeillor  street 
Riach,  Mrs  Alex.  52  Rankeillor  street 
Riccaltoun,  Miss,  26  Charles  street 
Richard,  Ji>hn,  20  "Windsor  street 
Richard,  Walter  {Miller  Sf  R.),  24  Regent  ter. 
Richardson,  Aiex.&  Son,  bootmakers,  5  N.-w. 

Circus  place 
Richardson  Brothers,  merchants,  105  West 

Bow 
Richardson,  Andrew,  Glover  street 
Richardson,  David,  urchitect,  6  Gt.  Stuart  st. 
Richardson,  Francis  &  Co  oilmen,  drysalters, 

and  cheese  merchants,  Grassmarket 
Richardson,  Francis  {F.  R.  §•  Co.),  2  Archi- 
bald place 
Richardson,  Geo.  victual  dealer,  76  Rose  st. 
Richardhon,  James  {F.  R.  ^-  Co.),  10  Keir  st. 
Richardson,   James,    smith    and    cart-wright, 

Orchardfield  street 
Richardson,  Jas.  advocate,  22  Claremont  or. 
Richardson,  Jas.  accountant,  25  India  st. 
Richardson,  Jas.  merchant,  16  Coates  cresc. 
Richardson,  Jas.jun.cSt  Co.  merchts.  Calton  pi. 
Richardson,  James,  coal  mercht.  Duddingston 
Richardson,  James,  victual  dealer,  3  South 

Melville  place 
Richardson,  James,  flesher,  45  and  46  Middle 

market 
Richardson,  John,  11  Lothian  street 
Richardson,  Johu,  W.S.  13  Dundas  street 
Richardson,  Xiven,  dairy,  110  Kirkgate 
Richardson,  Peter,  woollen  draper,  213  High 

street — house,  22  Claremont  crescent 
Richardson,  Robert,  grocer,  Jock's  lodge 
Richardson,  Robert  {R.  Brothers),  12  Brunts- 
field  place 
Richardson,  "W,  agent  to  Jos.  Rogers  and  Sons, 
cutlers  to  the  Queen,  53  New  buildings, 
North  bridge — house,  13  Duke  street 
Richardson,  V\' alter,  upholsterer  and  under- 
taker, 41  London  street 
Richardson,   William,  engraver,  3  Summer- 
hall  place 
Richardson,   Mrs  J,  grocer,  Starbank  place, 

Newhaven 
Richardson,  Mrs,  Drumsheugh  cottage 
Richardson,  Mrs,  Restalrig  house 
Richardson,  Mrs,  ladies' nurse,  16  Jamaica  st. 
Richardson,  Mrs  Walter,  stationer,  101  Kirk- 
gate, Leith 
Richardson,  Miss,  15  Gardner's  crescent 
Richmond,  John  &  Co.  grocers,  12  Clerk  st. 
Richmond,  Miss,  6  Scotland  street 
Riddle,   James,   boot   and  shoemaker,   4  St 

Vincent  street 
Riddell,  John,  advocate,  57  Melville  street 
Riddell,  John,  tailor,  74  Thistle  street 
Riddell,  Robt.  merchant,  15  Bonnington  pi. 


* 


Riddell,  Mrs  Major,  49  Minto  street 
Ridland,  John,  grocer  and   wine  merchant, 

11  Union  place— ho.  11  S.  Norton  place 
Ridpath,  David,  confectioner,  36  Nicolson  st. 

—ho.  30 
Rigg,  Rev.  Geo.,  St  Mary's  Catholic  church, 

Broughton  street 
Riley,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  38  India  place 
Rintoul,  Misses,  teachers,  6  Morton  street 
llitchards,  John,  dyer,  46  Water  lane 
Ritchie,  A.  Carnegy,  advocate,  10  Albany  st. 
Ritchie,  A.  {R.  ^  Son),  25  Gayfield  square 
Ritchie,  A.  H.  tobacconist,  3  Kirkgate 
Ritchie,  Alex.  Handyside,  sculptor,  I  Mound 

place,  Ramsay  lane 
Ritchie,  Alex,  liihojjraphic  printer  and  engra- 
ver, 19  South  St  David  street 
Ritchie,   Alex,  agent  for  Edmondson's   Rail- 

way  Ticket  Apparatus^  7  Young  street 
Ritchie,  Arch,    manager  London  and  Edinb. 

Shipping  Co.  7  Madeira  place 
Ritchie,  Archd.  sculptor,  Lothian  road 
Ritchie,  Charles,  agent  for  Shotts  Iron  Co. 

24  Citadel 
Ritchie,  David,    tobacco  and  snuff  manufac. 

7  North  bridge  and  32  Greenside  street 
Ritchie,  George,  Bell's  brewery,  46  Pleasance 
Ritchie,  Hugh  H.  engraver,  60  New  build- 
ings, North  bridge 
Ritchie,  H.  mess.  Com.  Bank— Cot.  Rose  st. 
Ritchie,  J.  &  J.  &  Co.  clothrs.  107  Princes  st. 
Ritchie,  Captain  James,  8  Hermitage  place 
Ritchie,  James  (J.  Sj  J.  R.  Sf  Co  ),  107  Prin- 
ces street 
Ritchie,  James  &  Son,  watch  &  clockraakers, 

29  Leith  street 
Ritcliie,  James,  sculptor,  Coates  place 
Ritchie,  James,  grocer,  15  Romilly  place 
Ritchie,  J.  mpemaker,  2  So.  back  Canongate 
Ritchie,  James,  wholesale  stationer,  140  High 

street — house,  Blacket  place,  Newington 
Ritchie,  James,  smith,  77  Nicolson  street  and  i, 

38  Candlem^iker  row 
Ritchie,  Rev.  John,  D.D.  19  Salisbury  road 
Ritchie,  John  S.  accountant,  3  Young  street 
Ritchie,  John,  29  Cheyne  street 
Ritchie,  Jn.  {Luwrie  §•  R.),  22  Broughton  st. 
Ritchie,  John,  65  George  square 
Ritchie,   John,   teacher,   Lauder  park  villa, 

Grange  road 
Ritchie,  Leitch,  32  Danube  street 
Ritchie,  Patrick,  press   and  projecting  letto- 
manufacturer,    Oakfield,    102    Pleasance— 
house,  18  Buccleuch  place 
Ritchie,   Robert  and  Son,  press  &  machines 

makers,  43  Crosscausey 
Ritchie,  Robt.  civil  engineer,  and  agent  for 
Perkins'  patent  heating  apparatus,  and  agent 
for  London  Assurance  Co.  16  Hdl  street 
Ritchie,  Rob.  blacksmith,  9  Beaumont  place 
Ritchie,  Robert,  flesher,  Drumdryan 
Ritchie,  Thomas,  sculptor,  London  road 
Ritchie,  W.  plasterer,  37  Tolbooth  wy.  Leith 


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Ritchie,  W.  cattle  and  sheep  agent,  1  Hill  sq. 
Ritchie,  Wm.  spirit  merchant,  96  North  Back 

Canongate 
Ritchie,  William  {Paton  S^-  R.),  1 4  Brandon  st. 
Ritchie,  Wra.  shoe  warehouse,  1  Haddington 

Ritchie,  W.  W.  (J.  ^^  H.  Ritchie  §•  Co.),  107 

Princes  street 
Ritchie,  Mrs  E.  8  Chapel  street 
Ritchie,  Mrs  James,  3  Gayfield  place 
Ritchie,  Mrs,  128  Xicolson  sireec 
Ritchie,  Mrs,  4  London  street 
Ritchie,  Mrs,  1  Nelson  street 
Ritchie,  Miss,  21  Lothian  street 
Roach,  James,  bookbinder,  208  Canongate 
Road  OfSceof  County  Trustees,County  rooms 
Robb  &  Whittet,  silver-plate  manufacturers, 

3  East  Thistle  street  lane 
Robb,  Charles  {R.  ^  IF.),  25  Thistle  street 
Robb,  Gorden,  11  Argyle  square 
Robb,  Henry,  baker,  173  Pleasance 
Robb,  John,  painter,  2  Howard  place 
Robb,  John  {^National Bank).,  7  Henderson  row 
Robb,  John,  builder,  &c.  22  Barony  street 
Robb,  John,  builder,  Dean  cottage 
Robb,  Thomas,  grocer,  9  Frederick  street — ho. 

74  George  street 
Robb,  Wm.  sheriif-ofBcer,  59  Charlotte  street, 

Leith 
Robb,  Mrs,  cowfeeder,  33  Canongate 
Robb,  Mrs,  56  Crosscausey 
Roberts,  C.  Sons,  &  Co.  ot  London,  importers 

of  French  silks,  &c.  26  George  street 
Roberts,  Alexander,  tailor,  17  Elder  street 
Roberts,    George,    wright   and   builder,     12 

James'  place — house,  4  St  James'  square 
Roberts,  G.  surgeon,  Royal  Navy,  22  Howard 

place 
Roberts,  Thomas,  grocer,  8  West  port 
Roberts,  Thomas,  miller,  115  Fountainbridge 
Roberts,  W.  A.,  M.D.  dentist  and  surgeon,  11 

Duke  street 
Roberts,  William  Hen.,  British  wine  works. 

Laverock  bank 
Roberts,  Mrs  Janet,  midwife,  11  Romily  pi. 
Roberts,  Mrs  Margaret,  3  Ainslie  place 
Roberts,  iirs  Wm.  22  Gay  Held  square 
Robertson  &  Hope,  grain   and  seed  factors, 

129  Constitution  street 
Robertson  &  Cairns,  plumbers,  brassfounders, 

and  gas-fitters,  31  Nicolson  street 
Robertson   and   Scott,  newspaper  agents,  36 

George  street 
Robertson  &,  Forrest,  auctioneers,  appraisers, 

upholsterers  and  undertakers,  80  George  st. 
Robertson,  A.  carver  and  gilder,  29  Frederick 

street — ho.  8  William  street 
Robertson,  Alex,  and  Co.  music-sellers  to  the 

Queen,  39  Princes  street 
Robertson,  Alex,  cabinetmaker,  4  Princes  st. 
Robertson,  Alex,  joiner  East  Cumberland  st. 

lane — house,  38  Brunswick  street 
Robertson,  Alex,  anatomist,  1  Craig'^ide  ho. 

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Robertson,   Alex.  W.   accountant,  82  Great 

King  street 
Robertson,  A.  assistant  to  the  superintendent 

of  streets,  &c.  11  Middle  Arthur  place 
;  Robertson,  Alex,  cabinetmaker,  16j  Rose  st. 
Robertson,  Alex,  spirit  merchant,   Ibl   High 

street 
Robertson,  Alexander,  railway  station  hotel 

and  refreshment  rooms,  Market  street 
Robertson,  Alex,  cowfeeder,  70  Rose  street 
Robertson,  Alex.  Murray,  11  Heriot  row 
Robertson,  Alex,  spirit  dealer,  167  Pleasancn 
Robertson,  Alex,  cork  manufacturer,  31  Com- 
mercial place 
Robertson,  Alex.  68  T^icolson  street 
Robertson,  Alexander,  grocer  and  provision 

merchant,  3  South  Richmond  street 
Robertson,  Andrew,  wood  merchant,  Annan- 
dale  street — house,  4  East  Broughton  placf 
Robertson,  Andrew,  jun.  insurance  agent,  19 

Gayfield  square 
Robertson    Brothers,  general  merchants,  40 

Timber  bush 
Robertson,  Charles,  advocate, 22  Great  King  st. 
Robertson,  Chas.  accountant,  21  Gayfield  sq. 
Robertson,  Chas.  messenger  Commercial  Bunk, 

Cottage,  Rose  street 
Robertson,  Charles,  ropemaker,  Bainfield 
Robertson,  D.  Albert  hotel,  19  Hanover  st. 
Robertson,  David  B.  brewer,  Summerhall 
Robertson,  D.H.,  JLD.  10  Wellington  place 
Robertson,  D.  1.  city  chamberlain,  10  Royal 

Exchange — house,  12  Gilmour  place 
Robertson,   D.   &  J.  com.  agents,   15  Royal 

Exchange 
Robertson,   Dan.   commission   agent,    19    Sr 

Patrick  square 
Robertson,  Daniel,  teacher  of  music,  21  South 

College  street 
Robertson,  David  (i?.  ^'F.),  28Torphichen  st. 
Robertson,  David,  accountant.  Cherry  bank 
R()bertson,  David,  provision  dealer,  4  Fox  lane 
Robertson,  David  &  Son,  cork  manufacturers, 

and  coopers,  8  Elbe  street 
Robertson,  David,  tailor,  3  Fox  lane 
Robertson,  Donald,  writer,  66  Great  King  st. 
Robertson,  Donald,  coach  proprietor,  &  horse- 
dealer,  8  Howe  street 
Robertson,  Donald  coach-hirer,  14  Barony 

street 
Robertson,  Donald,  lodgings,  27  Elder  street 
Robertson,  Duncan,  tailor,  62  Thistle  street 
Robertson,   George,  W.S.   17  Royal  circus — 

house,  15  Alva  street 
Robertson,  George  B.,  W.S.  28  Albany  street 
Robertson,  H.  confectioner,  94  Nicolson  st. 
Robertson,  Jas.  Railway  agent,  St  Leonard's 

depot 
Robertson,  James,  spirit  mercht.  184  Canone. 
Robertson,  James,  house  gover.  St  Cuthhert's 

Poorhouse 
Robertson,  James,  &  Sons,  working  jewellers 

and  metal  eiiders,  501  Lawnmarket 


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Robertson,  J.  H.,  M.D.  78  Lauriston  place 
Robertson,  Jas.  A. sol. -at-law,  56  Frederick  st. 
Robertson,   Rev.    James  {^Newington    U,   P. 

church),  Grange  cottage,  138  Causeyside 
Robertson,  Rev.  James,  D.D.,  prof,  of  divinity 

and  church  history,  25  Ainslie  place 
Robertson,  Jas.  Stewart,jun.\V,S.  1  Fettesrow 
Robertson,  Jas.  gown-keeper,  9  Rose  street 
Robertson,  J.  umbrella  manufactr.  hosier,  and 

glover,  32  Leith  st. — house,  15  Drummoud 

street 
Robertson,  James,  agent,  2  Lauriston  terrace 
Robertson,  James,  wright,  Morningside 
Robertson,  James,  of  Torrie,  2  Heriot  row 
Robertson,  James,  shipmaster,  19  Albany  st. 

Leith 
Robertson,  James,  manager,  Edinr.  Perth,  and 

Dundee  railway,  Edinburgh  station 
Robertson,  Jas.  lodgings,  19  South  St  James' 

street 
Robertson,  James,  tailor,  119  Causeyside 
Robertson,  James,  wine  and  spirit  mercht.  6 

Milne  square  and  119  High  street — house, 

5  Teviot  row 

Robertson,  James,  grocer  and  spirit  merchant, 
2  and  100  West  port — house,  78  Lauriston 
place 
Robertson,  Jas.  mill-master,  Water  of  Leith 
Robertson,  James,  29  Cheyne  street 
Robertson,  James,  W.S.  11  Heriot  Row 
Robertson,  James,    M.D.,  F.R.C.S.  2  Char- 
lotte place 
Robertson,  James,  chemist  and  druggist,  35 

George  street — house,  28  Dundas  street 
Robertson,  James,  baker,  2  Stafford  street 
Robertson,  James,  jun.  baker,  66  Cumberland 

street 
Robertson,  James,  coach-hirer,  5   North  St 

James'  street 
Robertson,  Jas.  spirit  merchant,  58  Fountain- 
bridge 
Robertson,  James,  7  Torphichen  street 
Robertson,  James,  6  Comely  green  place 
Robertson,  James,  baker,  Newhaven 
Robertson,  James,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  18 

Hanover  street 
Robertson,  James,  plumber,  48  Constitution  st. 
Robertson,  Jas.  shipmaster,  8  Albany  st.  Leith 
Robertson,  J.  civil  engineer,  7  Randolph  cliff 
Robertson,  James,  spirit  dealer,  48  Couper  st. 
Robertson,  Captain  J.  15  Upper  Gray  street 
Robertson,  John  E.  engraver  and  lithographer, 

102  South  bridge 
Robertson,  J.  &  M.  china  merchants,  9  South 

Union  place,  and  38  Victoria  terrace 
Robertson,  J.  &  J.  wholesale  Scotch  and  Eng- 
lish warehousemen,  128  &  142  High  st. 
Robertson,  John,  W.S.   69  Great  King  street 
Robertson,  John  and   Co.  stock  and  share- 
brokers,  47  George  street 
Robertson,  John,  ladies'  boot  &  shoe  manufac. 

6  Carnegie  street 

Robertson,  J.  bootmaker,  8  Shakspeare  square 


Robertson,   John,  small- ware  merchant,  129, 

Kirkgate — house,  2  Wellington  place 
Robertson,  John,  dairy,  40  London  st. 
Robertson,  John  T.  2  Summerfield,  Leith 
Robertson,  John  B.  writing-master,  3  North 

St  David  street 
Robertson,  John,  128  Nicolson  st. 
Robertson,  John  H.  1  Jamaica  street,  Leith 
Robertson,  John,  solicitor,  63  Hanover  street 
Robertson,  John,  jun.,  S.S.C.  7  Elder  street 
Robertson  John  {D.  ^  J.  E.),  11  Archibald 

place 
Robertson,  Jos.  {J.  i'  J.  R.),  11  Portland  pi. 
Robertson,  Joseph,  23  Buccleuch  place 
Robertson,  Hon.  Lord,  32  Drummond  place 
Robertson,  Murdoch,  Wardie  burn  house 
Robertson,  Peter,  tea,  wine,  and  spirit  mer- 
chant, 62  Canongate 
Robertson,  Peter,  tailor,  38  Hanover  street 
Robertson,  Peter,  draper,  40  Bristo  st. 
Robertson,   P.   (^Commer.   Bank),  17  Upper 

Gray  street 
Robertson,  Peter,  agent,  7  Torphichen  street 
Robertson,  P.  S.  manager  (P.  Lawson  ^  Sons), 

Bangholm 
Robertson,  Robt.  accountant,  Claremont  park, 

Leith 
Robertson,    Robert,    watch-case    maker,  51 

Nicolson  street 
Robertson,  Robt.  corn  merchant,  130  Nicol- 
son street — house,  34  Clerk  street 
Robertson,  Robert,  tobacco  manufacturer,  3 

St  Patrick  street 
Robertson,  Roderick,  Queen  street  gardens 
Robertson,  Thomas  R.,  W.S.  and  sharebroker, 
47  George  street  —  house    Gorgie    lodge, 
Slateford 
Robertson,  Thomas,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer, 

5  Ronaldson's  buildings 
Robertson,  Thomas,  tea  and  spirit  merchant, 

23  Constitution  street 
Robertson,  Thomas  (^Standard  Life  Assuranc 

Office),  Eden  Bank,  Grange  road 
Robertson,  Thomas,  clerk  of  works,  25  Cum- 
berland street 
Robertson,  Thos.  cattle  salesman.  Spring  villa, 

•  Morningside 
Robertson,  Thomas,  baker,  72  Thistle  street 
Robertson,  Rev.  Wm.  12  Drummond  place 
Robertson,  George  Brown,  W.S.  deputy-keep*  r 

of  records.  Register  house 
Robertson,  Wm.,M.D.,F.R.C.r. 28  Albany  sr. 
Robertson,  William,  S.S.C.  25  Fredrick  st. 
Robertson,  Wm.   brewer  to  her  Majesty,  2 

Summerhall 
Robertson,  Wm.  letter-carrier,  10  Hill  place 
Robertson,  William,  justice  of  peace  officer, 

St  John's  hill 
Robertson,  Wm.  coach-hirer,  33  Pitt  street 
Robertson,  W.  grocer,  8  Rose  st. 
Robertson,  WiUiam,  5  St  Andrew  square 
Robertson,  Wm.  gardener,  Pilrig  st,  gardens 
Robertson,  Wm.  Oakfield  foundry,  102  Pleas.i 


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Robertson,  Mrs  A.  2  Scotland  street 
Robertson,  Mrs  Andrew,  18  Duncan  street 
Robertson,  Mrs  Andrew,  38  Castle  street 
Robertson,  Mrs  C.  122  Lauriston  place 
Robertson,  Mrs  Captain,  33  Ann  street 
Robertson,  Mrs  Dr,  2  Summerfield,  Leith 
Robertson,  Mrs  Dan.  18  W.  Nicolson  street 
Robertson,  Mrs  J.  lodgs.  14  Cumberland  st. 
Robertson,  Mrs  James,  31  Buccleuch  place 
Robertson,  Mrs  James,  15  Walker  street 
Robertson,  Mrs  John,  24  Duke  street 
Robertson,  Mrs  T.  3  Ronaldson's  buildings, 

Leith  walk 
Robertson,  Mrs  John,  8  Keir  street 
Robertson,  Mrs  Major,  37  Drummond  place 
Robertson,  ]Mrs  Maria,  18  Clarence  street 
Robertson,  Mrs  Patrick  Graham,  11  Albyn  pi. 
Robertson,  Mrs  P.  milliner,  &c.  40  Bristo  st. 
Robertson,  Mrs  Susan,  lodgings,  115  Rose  st. 
Robertson,  Mrs  Thomas,  7  Albany  st.  Leith 
Robertson,  Mrs  Wm.  16  Drummond  place 
Robertson,  Mrs  Wm.  1  Thomson's  place 
Robertson,  Mrs  Wm.  lodgings,  10  Hill  place 
Robertson,  Mrs,  4  Great  King  street 
Robertson,  Mrs,  30  Castle  street 
Robertson,  Mrs,  cowfeeder,  Rosemount 
Robertson,  Mrs,  1 1  King's  place 
Robertson,  Mrs,  2  Elm  row 
Robertson,  Mrs,  38  Minto  street 
Robertson,  Mrs,  2  Reid's  court,  Canongate 
Robertson,  Mrs,  9  St  Vincent  street 
Robertson,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  50  Broughton 

street 
Robertson,  Mrs,  midwife,  4  Fox  lane 
Robertson,  Mrs,  spirit  dealer,  83  Shore 
Robertson,  Mrs,  ladies'  nur.  35  W.  Nicolson  st. 
Robertson,  Miss  Ann,   milliner  and   dress- 
maker, 65  Cumberland  street 
Robertson,  Miss  E.  2  Portland  terrace 
Robertson,  Miss  Harriet,  52  Minto  street 
Robertson,  Miss  Helen,  23  George  square 
Robertson,  Miss,  22  London  street 
Robertson,  Miss,  33  Howe  street 
Robertson,  Miss,  7  Henderson  row 
Robertson,  Miss,  46  George  square 
Robertson,  Miss,  stay-raaker,    10   Charlotte 

street,  Leith 
Robertson,  Miss,  dressmr.  45  Broughton  st. 
Robertson,  Miss,  65  Northumberland  street 
Robertson,  Misses,  milliners  and  dressmakers, 

13  George  street 
Robertson,  Misses,  56  India  street 
Robertson,  Misses,  1  Meadow  place 
Robin  Hood  hotel,  Gabriel's  road 
Robin,  Mrs  Sa.  2  Raeburn  place 
Robinow,  Adolph,  Hanseatic  Vice-Consul,  16 

Rutland  square 
Robinows  &  Marjoribanks,  corn  factors  and 

general  merchants,  25  Constitution  street 
Robinson,  H.  news  agent,  bookseller,  and  sta- 
tioner, 11  Greenside  street. — See  Adv. 
Robinson,  John,  oflBcer  town-hall,  Leith,  5 
View  place 


Robison,  James,  boot  and  shoemaker,  8  Nicol- 
son street 
Robison,  Joseph,  screw-bolt  and  rivet  manu- 
facturer, 22  Greenside  place 
Robison,  Mrs,  10  Dewar  place 
Robson,  James,  merchant,  22  Commercial  pi. 

— house,  Albany  street,  Leith 
Robson,  Thos.  36  Alva  street 
Robson,  Mrs  M.  worsted  shop,  137  Rose  st. 
Rochester,  J.  51  New  buildings,  North  br- 
Rodford,  Jn.   inspector  of    mails,    Whitfield 

house,  Portobello 
Rodger,  David,  silk  dyer,  24  Crosscausey 
Rodger,  William  P.  spirit  merchant,  24  Shore, 

Leith 
Rodger,  Wm.  writer,  26  St  Patrick  square 
Rodger,  Mrs  David,  midwife,  7  Charles  street 
Rodger,  Mrs,  lodgings,  35  Lothian  street 
Rodger,  Mrs  Joan,  greengrocer,  6  Baker's  pi. 
Rodgers,  D.  mercht.  4  Duncan  st.  Drum.  pi. 
Rodgers,  Samuel,  surveyor,  31  Cheyne  street 
Rodgers,  Misses  E.  &  A.  milliners,  38  Alvast. 
Rodgers,  Mrs  William,  13  Brown  street 
Roeding,  Theodore,  teacher  of  German,  phar- 
macy and  chemistry,  37  George  street 
Roeding,  Mrs,  teacher  of  French  and  German 

fancy  work,  37  George  street 
Roger,  George,  house  agent,  150  High  street 
Roger,  Wm.  miniature-painter,  7  Dewar  place 
Rogers,  Alex,  timber  merchant,  Duke  street 

— house,  3  Cassells'  place 
Rogers,  Jas.  smith,  gasfitter,  and  ironmonger, 

1 1  Queensferry  street — ho.  1  Grove  street 
Rogers,  J.  H.  (^Boog  and  Rogers),  30  Alva  st. 
Rogers,  John,  16  St  Vincent  street 
Rogers,  John,  S.S.C.  16  Dean  terrace 
Rogers,  Robert,  tailor,  107  Nicolson  street 
Rogers,  Thos.  27  Howe  street 
Rogers,  Wm.  bookbinder  and  stationer,  15 

Charlotte  place — house,  29  Alva  street 
Rogerson,  Mrs,  14  Clerk  street 
Roland,  Geo.  fencing-master.  Royal  academy, 
86  South  bridge— house,  2  Bellevue  terrace 
Roland,  Geo.  jun.  {Naval^Military Academy^, 

30  Gayfleld  square 
Rolland  and  Thomson,  W.S.  1  Thistle  court 
Rolland,  Jas.  {R.  ^  Thomson),  29  Melville  st. 
Rolland,  Mrs  E.  32  Dundas  street 
Rolland,  Misses  M.  &  A.  14  Shandwick  place 
Rollison,  Mrs  Wm.  spirit  dealer,  32  Pitt  st. 
Rolloj  Alexander,  13  Vanburgh  place 
RoUo,  Andw.  spirit  dealer,  1 70  Fountainbr. 
RoUo,  Hugh  James,    W.S.   master  extraor- 
dinary in  Chancery,  and  Commissioner  for 
the   Courts  of  Queen's    Bench,   Common 
Pleas,  and  Exchequer,  16  Dundas  street 
Rollo,  James,  bootmaker,  13  Nicolson  street 
Rollo,  R.  boot  and  shoemaker,  2  Castle  st— 

ho.  22  Gayfield  square 
Romanes  and  Paterson,  silk-mercers  and  tartan 

manufacturers  to  the  Queen,  59  N.  bridge 
Romanes,  Robert,  2  Doune  terrace 
Romanes,  Mrs  (  Orrock  4"  R^,  6  Union  pi. 


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Rombach   Brothers,  and   Co.  wholesale  toy 

warehousej  82  South  bridge 
Ronald,  David,  plumber,  6  Vennel 
Ronald,  John,  S.S.C  12  Walker  street 
Ronald,  Thomas,  25  Parkside  street 
Ronaldson,  James  S.  23  Warriston  cres. 
Ronaldson,   John,  writer,   Somerset  cottage, 

Mary's  place 
Ronaldson,  Wm-  wine  merchant  and  grocer^ 

St  Patrick  st ho.  Belville,  Dalkeith  road 

Ronaldson,    Miss,   teacher    of    drawing,    15 

Chapel  street 
Roome,  Mrs  General,  Arthur  Lodge,   Dud- 

dingston 
llooney,    Hugh,    commercial    agent,    10    St 

Patrick  square 
Rosa,  Edward,  chiropodist,  23  Howe  street 
Rosa,  Dr  George,  surgeon,  30  Castle  street 
Rosa,  Madame,  chiropodist,  30  Castle  street 
Rose,  J.  T.  &  Co.  shipbuilders,  Wet  docks — 

house,  5  Albany  street,  Leith 
Rose,   Alex,  lecturer   and  mining  surveyor, 

1  Drummond  street 

Rose,  H.  (Craig  and  R.),  15  Windsor  street 
Hose,  James  (Home  and  /?.),  96  George  st. 
Rose,  Jas.  boot  and  shoemaker,  41  Thistle  st. 
Rose,  Lachlan,  shipowner,  Leith  mount 
Rose,  L.  comm.  agent,  23  Commercial  place 
Rose,  Neilson  (  Carron  Co.  office),  8  Bank  pi. 
Rose,  Thomas,  31  India  street 
Rose,    William  K.  sec.    Total    Abst.   Socieij/, 

2  North  bridge 

Rose,  William,  wright,  61  Albany  street 

Rose,  ]\Irs  Hugh,  4  Henry  place 

Rose,  Misses,  milliners,  &c.  1  Drummond  st. 

Rosie,  Thomas,  Richmond  cottage,  Wardie 

Ross  &  Auld,  W.S.  10  Duke  street 

Ross  &  Scott,  shirt   merchants   and   family 

linen  drapers,  3  Nicolson  street 
Ross   and    Thomson,    photographers   to    the 

Queen,  90  Princes  street 
Ross  &  Wright,  gold-beaters  and  dealers  in 

coins,  25  New  street 
Ross,  Alex,  teacher  of  music,  4  Milne  square 
Ross,  Alexander,  printer,  91  Rose  street 
Ross,  Alexander,  19  Inverleith  row 
Ross,  Alexander,  tea  dealer  and  grocer,  5  N. 

St  Andrew  street 
Ross,  Alexander,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  135 

Cowgate 
Ross,  Alex.  com.  traveller,  8  Annandale  street 
Ross,  Andrew,  grocer,  &c.  95  Grassaiarket 
Ross,  Andrew,  lodgings,  3  Hope  street 
Ross,  Andrew,  grocer,  9  Duke  street 
Ross,  C.  M.  (Purves  ^  Co.),  18  Warriston  cr. 
Ross,  Daniel,  cabinetmaker,  upholsterer,  and 

house-agent,   16  Picardy  place — house,  11 

Norton  place 
Ross,  David,  tailor,  3  Warriston  place 
Ross,  David,  tailor  and  clothier,  1 6  Kirkgate 
Ross,  David,  gardener,  Lochend  road,  Leith 
Ross,  Donald,  3  East  Claremont  street 
Ross,  Evander,  tailor,  297  High  street 


Ross,  George,  adv.  Woodburn,  Morningside 
Ross,  George,  jun.  advocate,  45  Castle  street 
Ross,  George,  wright,  2  Portland  place 
Ross,  George,  comm.  and  provision  mer.  19 

Quality  street,  Leitli 
Ross,  George,  writer,  27  Nelson  street 
Ross,  Hugh,  writer,  6  Saunders  street 
Ross,  Hugh,  W.S.  48  India  street 
Ross,  Hugh  A.  grocer,  108  Causey  side 
Ross,  Hugh  {R.  cC-  Scott),  10  Beaumont  place 
Ross,  James,  bookbinder,  19  West  Register  st. 
Ross,  James  (R.  ^  Thomson),  59  Cumberland 

street 
Ross,  James,  calotypist,  90  Princes  street 
Ross,  James,  S.S.C.  10  Duke  street — house, 

Mauricewood,  near  Penicuick 
Ross,  John,  S.S.C.  79  Great  King  street 
Ross,  John,  officer  Old  Church,  So.  Foulis  cl. 
Ross,  John,  engraver,  31  X.  Hanover  street 
Ross,     John,     Venetian    blind    maker,    37 

Wright's  houses 
Ross,  John,  engineer,  24  Duke  street,  Leith 
Ross,  Joseph,  bank  messenger,  2  Baltic  street 
Ross,  N.  1  Amphion  place 
Ross,  Rob.  J.  painter,  glazier,  and  paper  hanger, 
8  W.    Nicolson  st. — house,  26    Buccleuch 
place 
Ross,  Robert,  tailor,  17  St  Patrick  square 
Ross,  Thomas,  grocer,  3  Home  street 
Ross,  Robert  T.  portrait-painter  and  teacher 

of  drawing,  78  Queen  street 
Ross,  Robert,  1  Tarvet  street 
Ross,  William,  china  merchant,  34  Brough- 

ton  street 
Ross,  Wi\\\2m  {Gazette  Office),  2  Parkside  st. 
Ross,  Wm.  spirit  dealer,  14  Dock  place 
Ross,  Wm.  grocer,  64  Lauriston  st. 
Ross,  Wm.  {Hutton  S)  Ross),  11  Keir  street 
Ross,  ]\Irs,  of  Invercarron,  3  Dean  terrace 
Ross,  Mrs,  8  Royal  circus 
Ross,  Mrs  Sarah,  48  North  bridge 
Ross,  ]\Irs,  miniature-painter  and  teacher  of 

drawing,  51  Hanover  street 
Ross,  Mrs,  sick-nurse,  1 1  Dundas  street 
Ross,  Mrs  Wm.  14  Pitt  street 
Ross,  Mrs,  11  Comely  bank 
Ross,  Mrs,  46  George  street 
Ross,  Miss  Charlotte,  19  Inverleith  row 

I  Ross,  Miss,  of  Kerse,  1 6  Buccleuch  place 

I  Ross,  ]Miss  M.  M.  dress  &   cloaknukei-,  2b 
India  p'ace 

I  Ross,  Miss,  16  Forth  street 

i  Ross,  Miss,  17  London  street 

I  Ross,  Miss,  dressmaker,  31  India  place 

!  Ross,  Miss,  dressmaker,  19  Arthur  street 

1  Ross,   Misses  I.  &  H.  milliners,  37  Candle- 

[      maker  row 
Ross,  Misses,  3  Graham  street 

I  RoTTERKAM  and  Leith  Steam  Ship  Office — 1). 

I      R.  ]\Iacgregor,  agent.  Exchange  buildings, 

'      Leith 

;  Rough,  Arch,  upholsterer,  chairmaker,    and 

I      house  anent,  18  Leith  walk 


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Rough,  A.  jun.,  colour  merchant,  17  Leith  w. 
Rough,  John,  general  merchant,  17   St  Leo- 
nard street — house,  128  Nicolson  street 
Rough,  Robert,  lace  and  sewed  muslin  ware- 
house, 107  George  street 
Rough,  Mrs  Thomas,  dairy,  .5  Quality  street 
Rough,  Mrs  J.  candlemaker,  124  Nicolson  st. 
Rouohead,  P.  C. pianoforte  maker,  1  Lord  Rus- 
sell pi.  3  and  7  Sciennes  st.  — ho.  2  Hope  st. 
Roughead,   William,  hosier  and  shirtraaker 
to  H.  R.  H.  Prince  Albert,  69  Princes  st. — 
house,  9  Middleby  street 
Roughead,  Mrs,  3  Gloucester  place 
Roughead,  Miss  A.  lodgings,  18  Duncan  st. 
Rougvie,  David,  salesman,  4  Bristo  place 
Rowden,  John  {Simpson  and R.),  Madeira  st. 
Rowe,    T.    L.,   M.D.  assistant  physician   to 

Royal  Edinburgh  Asylum,  Morningside 
Rowell  &  Stoddart,  mast,  block,  and  pump 

makers,  6  Dock  street 
Rowell,  W.  (i?.  d-  Stoddart),  9  Portland  pi. 
Rowley,  Edw.  21  Parkside  street 
Roxburgh,  Wm.  victual  dealer,  63  Rose  st. 
Roy,  George,  waiter,  25  Gardner's  crescent 
Roy,  James,  laceman,  23  and  24  North  bridge 
Roy,  James,  lodgings,  2  Dewar  place 
Roy,  Mrs  M.  victual  dealer,  37  Cumberland  st. 
Roy,  Mrs,  of  Nenthorn,  22  Druramond  place 
Roy,  IMiss,  upholstress,  1  Market  place 
Royal  Bank   of    Scotland,    36   St   Andrew 

square,  and  30  Bernard  street,  Leith 
Royal  Caledonian  Bazaar,  9  &  10  Leith  walk 

— John  Croall  &  Sons,  proprietors 
Royal  Clan  Tartan  warehouse,  101  George  st. 
Royal  College  of  Physicians,  10  Queen  street 
Royal  College  of  Surgeons,  Nicolson  street 
Royal  Edinburgh  Asylum,  Morningside 
Royal  Engineers'  Office,  16  Pitt  street 
Royal  Exchange  Assur.  Corpor.   18  So.  St 
Andrew  st. — J.  G.  Thomson  &  Co.  agents 
Royal  Farmers'  and  General  Fire  and  Life, 
Hail   Insurance    Institution— Offices,    346 
Strand,   London,   and  24    Pitt  street — J. 
Spence,  W.S.  agent 
Royal  Fire  &  Life  Insurance   Company,  4 

Pitt  street — See  Adv. 
Royal  Naval,  Military,  and  East  India  Life 

Assurance  Society,  2  N.-E.  Circus  pi D. 

Crawford,  S.S.C.  agent 
Royal  Physical  Society,  6  York  place 
Royal  Scottish  Society  of  Arts — James  Tod, 

55  Great  King  street,  secretary 
Royal  Society  apartments.  Mound 
Ruddiman,  John,  cutler  and  surgeons'  instru- 
ment maker,  31  West  Register  street 
Ruddiman,  Mrs,  6  Shrub  place 
Ruddiman,  Miss,  5  Atbole  place 
Rule,  Geo.  (Comm.  Bank),  7  Buccleuch  place 
Rule,  Thomas,  8  Cumberland  street 
Runcie,  Mrs,  teacher  of  drawing,  &c.  4  North 

St  David  street 
Runciman,  John,  lodgings,  17  Howe  street 
Russells  &  Nicolson,  C.S.  9  Shandwick  pi. 


Russell,  Alex.  17  Regent  terrace 

Russell,  Alex.  Jas.,  C.S.  9  Shandwick  place 

Russell,  Alex,  wright  &  undertaker,    Carrub- 

ber's  close 
Russell,   Alex-   {Scotsman    Office),  2   Ramsay 

gardens 
Russell,  Alexander,  1  Grove  street 
Russell,  Alex.  27  Warriston  crescent 
Russell,  Alex,  agent  for  Lochgelly  coal,  Scot- 
land street  station 
Russell,  Alex,  baker,  2  Pitt  street 
Russell,  Francis,  advocate,  17  Randolph  cres. 
Russell,  George,  8  Roxburgh  street 
Russell,  George,  65  Cumberland  street 
Russell,  George  E.  {Jas.  Richardson,  jun.  Sf 

Co.),  14  Regent  terrace 
Russell,  Hugh,  tailor,  4  Tolbooth  wynd,  Leith 
Russell,  Sir  James,  112  Princes  street 
Russell,  Jas.,M.D.,  F.R.S.E.  15  Lynedoch  pi. 
Russell,  James,  spirit  dealer,  7  Shakspeare  sq. 
Russell,  James  (  G.P.-O.),  8  Glover  st.  Leith 
Russell,  John  {/ate  J.  and  J.  Baxter),  glazier 
and  slater,  18  Leith  st. — ho.  8  Scotland  st. 
Russell,  J.,  P.C.S.,  South  bank,  Canaan  lane 
Russell,  John,  wright,  21  Lauriston  street 
Russell,  John,  tailor,  45  Rose  street 
Russell,  John,  provision  merchant  and  grocer, 

42  West  Richmond  street 
Russell,  John  {Russell  and  ^Son),  CanonmilJs 
Rufsell,  John,  accountant,  5  Lutton  place 
Russell,  Joseph,  Leith  saw  mills 
Russell,  Robert  &  Son,  skinners,  tanners,  and 

w^ool  dealers,  Canonmills 
Russell,  Robert,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  18 

Lauriston  street 
Russell,  Robert,  clothier,  10  Romily  place 
Russell,  Thos.  wholesale  and  retail  ironmon- 
ger, 6  and  7  Hunter  square — ho.  102  Lauris- 
ton place. — See  Adv. 
Russell,  Thomas,  currier,  Boyd's  close 
Russell,  Thos.  brush  and  trunk  manufacturer, 

10  North  Bank  street 
Russell,  Rev.  Wm.  5  Norton  place 
Russell,  Wm.  accountant,  35  Howe  street 
Russell,  W.  tailor  and  clothier,  8  Charlotte  pi. 
Russell,  William,  wine  and  spirit  merchant, 

2  Quality  lane— ho.  Claremont  park 
Russell,  William,  wright,  Seafield,  Leith 
Russell,  Mrs,  18  Leopold  place 
Russell,  Mrs  Major,  24  Gardner's  crescent 
Russell,  Miss,  1  Howe  street 
Russell,  Miss,  Gothic  House,  Trinity 
Russell,  Miss  M.  Bethany  house.  Grange  loan 
Russell,  Miss  Jane,  18  Gardner's  crescent 
Rutherford  &  Herries,  W.S.  16  Howe  street 
Rutherford  &  Son,  bootmakers,  142  George 

street — house,  137  Princes  street 
Rutherford,  Andw.  and  Son,  wine  and  spirit 

merchants,  142  &  144  High  street 
Rutherford,  Andrew,  manager  C.  L.  Company, 

87  Causeyside 
Rutherford,  James,  tea  and  coffee  merchant, 
15  Catharine  street— ho.  28  Greenside  st. 


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Rutherford,  John,  smith  and  ironmonger, 
14  Downie  place 

Rutherford,  John,  city  missionary,  Little 
Lochend's  close 

Rutherford,  Robert,  W.S.  16  Howe  street- 
house,  64  Great  King  street 

Rutherford  Robert  {Rutherford  S;  Son),  137 
Princes  street 

Rutherford,  Walter  {Andw.  R.  and  Son),  2 
Elm  row 

Rutherford,  Walter,  6  Hamilton  pi.  Newingt. 

Rutherford,  Walter,  wine  and  spirit  dealer,  40 
Rose  street 

Rutherford,  Walter  (  Wm.  R.  ^^  Son),  8  New- 
ingtoa  place 

Rutherford,  Wm.  &  Son,  wine  &  spirit  merchts. 
3  Niddry  st.  72  and  75  High  st.  5  &  7  Leith 
street,  3  Drummond  street,  &  30  Bristo  st. — 
counting-house,  30  Niddry  street 

Rutherford,  Wm.  victual  dealer,  94  Cross- 
causey 

Rutherford,Wm.  (TTwi.  R.  4-  Son),  7  Brunts- 
field  links 

Rutherford,  Wm.  spirit  dealer,  38  Shore 

Rutherford,  Mrs  John,  22  Dean  Terrace 

Rutherford,  Mrs,  4  Park  street 

Rutherford,  Mrs  P.,  lodgings,  18  Salisbury  st. 

Rutherford,  Miss  Helen,  5  Wharton  place 

Rutherford,  Misses,  31  St  James'  square 

Rutherfurd,  Lord,  9  St  Colme  street 

Rutherfurd,  Rev.  Henry,  2  Hamilton  place, 
Newington 

Rutherfurd,  John,  W.S.  14  Albany  street 

Rutherfurd,  Wm.  fishing-tackle  maker,  book- 
seller, and  auctioneer,  52  Princes  street 

Rutherfurd,  Mrs,  4  Carlton  terrace 

Ruthven,  John,  patent  press  &  engine  manu- 
facturer, 23  New  street 

Ruthven,  M.  W.  engineer,  23  New  street 

Ruthven,  Mrs,  15  Chapel  street 

Ruthven,  Miss,  29  Wright's  houses 

Rutter,  Joseph,  lodgings,  6  Saunders  street 

Rymer,  Thomas,  solicitor,  38  Frederick  street 
— house,  31  Great  King  street 

Rymer,  Mrs  John,  16  Hart  street 

Rymer,  Mrs,  51  Hope  park  end 

Ryrie,  Alexander,  gardener,  Dairy  lane 

Ryrie,  Miss,  31  Gayfield  square 

Sabbath    Alliance    Office,   R.  K.    Greville, 

LL.D.  honorary  secretary,  6  York  place 
Saddler,  Andw.  grocer,  138  Pleasance 
Saddler,  Mrs  James,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer, 

19  Hart  street 
Sadler,  William,  54  South  Clerk  street 
Safely,  Miss  Janet,  matron  Canongate  Charity 

workhouse,  Tolbooth  wynd 
Sale  rooms  {Robertson  and  Scott),  36  George 

street 
Sale  rooms  {Stevenson's),  4  St  Andrew  sq. 
Salmond,  J.  &  Co.  grocers  and  wine  merchts. 

131  Rose  street 
Salom,  B.  &  Co.  opticians,  27  Hanover  street 


Salomon,   Henry,  boot  and  shoe  maker,  44 

Princes  street 
Salomon,   Madame,  importer  of  corsets  and 

flowers,  63  George  street 
Salter,  Miss,  29  Regent  terrace 
Salvesen,  Chr.  ( T.  Sf  S.)  20  Charlotte  street, 

Leith 
Samson,  Misses,  33  Montagu  street 
Samuel,  James,  flesher,  Hillhousefield 
Samuel,  James,  flesher,  76  Abbey  hill 
Samuel,  John,  wrigbt,  10  I^eren  street 
Samuel,   Peter  {Knox,  S.  and  Dickson),  16 

Gardner's  crescent 
Samuel,  Robt.  {Leith  Candle  Co.),  5  Morton  st. 

Leith 
Samuel,  Miss,  20  Frederick  street 
'  Sandeman,  John,  13  St  James'  square 
Sandeman,  Robt.,  cabinetmak.  and  upholst.  9 

Greenside  st. — ho.  13  Montgomery  street 
;  Sandeman,  Wm.  B.  collector  of  shore  dues,  13 

Elm  row 
I  Sandeman,  Mrs  T.  R.  28  London  street 
I  Sandeman,  Mrs,  4  East  Broufrhton  place 
I  Sanders,  Wm.  R.,  M.D.  15  Duke  street 
j  Sanders,  William,  11  Clarence  street 
,  Sanders,  Mrs  Dr,  15  Duke  street 
'  Sanders,  Miss,  repository  of  ladies'  work,  6 

N.  Charlotte  street 
Sanderson  &  Son,  lapidaries,  jewellers,  &  seal 

engravers,  15  George  s-treet 
Sanderbon  and  Lawrie,  .wine  merchants  and 

grocers,  101  Princes  street 
Sanderson  &  Muirhead,  build.  Old  Broughton 
Sanderson,  G.  B.  victualler,  6  Melville  place 
Sanderson,  James,  cowfeeder,  60  Nicolson  st. 
Sanderson,  Jas.  12  Barony  street 
Sanderson,  J.  H.  {S.  and  Son),  9  S.   Gray 

street 
Sanderson,  Mark,  tea,  wine,  and  spirit  mer- 
chant, 21  Chapel  lane,  Leith 
Sanderson,  Matthew,  bird-stuffer,  66  George 

street 
Sanderson,  Robert  &  Thomas,  coach-builders, 

Lothian  road 
Sanderson,  William,  printer,  148  Canongate 
Sanderson,  Mrs  Jas.  grocer,  7  Earl  Grey  st. 
Sanderson,  Mrs  John,  7  India  street 
Sanderson,  Miss  Euphemia,  2  Windmill  st. 
Sanderson,  Miss  Jane,  11  Drummond  street 
Sanderson,  Miss,  72  Princes  street 
Sanderson,  Miss,  1  Annandale  street 
Sanderson,  Miss,  25  Upper  Grey  street 
Sandford,  E.   D.  adv.   steward  of  Kirkcud- 
bright, 11  Randolph  crescent 
Sandilands,  Wm.  C.  1  Bellevue  crescent 
Sandilands,  Wm.,  coal  fitter,  3  Arthur  street, 

Leith  walk 
Sandilands,  Mrs,  dressmaker,  194  Rose  street 
Sandilands,  Mrs,  1  Broughton  place 
Sandilands,  Mrs,  lodgings,  4  Elder  street 
Sands,  Warren  Hastings,  W.S.  and  solicitor 

of  customs,  5  Roval  circus 
Sands,  W.  H.  &  W'.  J.,  W.S.  5  Royal  circua 


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Sands,  Wm.  John,  W.S.  2  N.  Charlotte  st. 

Sands,  Mrs,  11  Cheyne  street 

Sandwith,  Mrs,  14  Melville  street 

Sang  &  Adam,  S.S.C.  61  Great  King  street 

Sang  &  Barker,  wholesale  druggists,  manu- 
facturing chemists,  and  commission  agents, 
York  lane 

Sang,  John  {S.  6;  Adam),  61  Gt.  King  street 

Sandelands,.  James,  tea  dealer,  194  Hose  st. 

Sangster  and  Dunlop^  wholesale  stationers, 
&c.  16  South  St  David  street 

Sangster  A.  {Dunlop&j  S.),7S  Cumberland  st. 

Sangster,  Mrs  Robert,  26  Carrubber's  court 

Sangster,  Mrs,  lodgings,  6  Park  street 

Sansome,  Frederick  Stevens,  11  Forres  street 

Sanson,  Alex,  tailor  &  clothier,  10  Arthur  st. 

Sasine  Office,  Register  house 

Saunders,  John  &  Son,  auctioneers,  27  Qua- 
lity street — house,  2  Albany  street 

Saunders,  John,  wright,  15  Mitchell  street — 
house,  28  Bernard  street 

Saunders,  P.  R.  appraiser,  2  Albany  st.  Leith 

Saunders,  Wra.  sol.-at-law  and  S.S.C.  51 
Albany  street 

Saunders,  Miss  Catharine,  12  Clarence  street 

Savings  Bank,  Nat.  Sec.  15  Bernard  street, 
Leith 

Sa»^ille,  Miss,  19  Duke  street  lane 

Sawers,  George,  commission  merchant,  85 
George  street 

Sawers,  John,  Bell's  mills 

Sawers,  Peter,  saddler  to  her  IMajesty,  24 
Frederick  street — house,  1 7  Union  place 

Sawers,  Thomas,  jun.  baker,  310  Lawnmarket 
— house,  441 

Sawers,  Thomas,  8  Archibald  place 

Saxty,  Richard,  ladies'  bootmaker,  52  George 
street 

Saxty,  Mrs,  and  Leslie,  lace  cleaners,  52 
George  street 

Sayers,  Robert,  31  Broughton  street 

Scarman,  George,  cook,  23  Union  place 

Scarth  &  Scott,  W.S.,  N.P.  37  Bernard  st. 

Scarth,  Pillans,  W.S.  &  N.P.  {S.  Jj  Scott),  37 
Bernard  street 

Scales,  Andrew,  3  Madeira  place 

ScealeSj  Adolphus  M.  Willow  bank,  Newhaven 

Sceales,  Miss,  Adelphi  place 

Schaw,  Robt.  &  Co.  wine  merchants,  33  Giles' 
street,  Leith 

Schaw,  Robert  (-R.  S.  6f  Co.),  Links  pi.  Leith 

Schaw,  Miss,  1  Morton  street,  Leith 

Schenck  &  Macfarlane,  lithographers  and  en- 
gravers, 19  St  James'  square 

Schenck,  Frederick  (iS.  and  Macfarlane),  Can- 
ning bouse.  Canning  place 

Scheniman,  Mrs,  14  Howard  place 

Schmitz, Leonard,  Dr  Phil.,  L.L.D.,  F.R.  S.E. 
Rector  of  High  School,  9  Regent  terrace 

Schnieder,    C.    H.    French    Academy,    132 

George  street 
Schoelcher,  Madame  E.,  Magazine  Fran9ais, 
103  Princes  street 


School  of  Arts    library   and    model   room, 

Adam  square 
School,  St  Thomas's,  Gibb's  close,  250  Ca- 

nongate 
School,  Rev.  Dr  And.  Thomson's,  10  Queens- 
ferry  street — Robert  Burns  Crowe,  rector 
ScHOOLMAsi  ERs'  Widows'  Fund,  1 6  Thistle  st. 
Schopp,  teacher  of  German,  29  Frederick  st. 
Schultze,  Alex,  merchant,  1  Vanburgh  place 
Schultze,  Alex.  &  Co.  wholesale  grocers  and 

commission  merchs.  23  Coburg  st.  Leith 
Sclanders,  A.  (Allardice  and  S-.),  143  Princes 

street 
Sclater,  Robert  &  Son,  die  and  stamp  cutters, 

63  North  bridge — house,  18  Buccleuch  pi. 
Sclater,  Alex,  wood  engraver,  63  N.  bridge — 

house,  50  Rankeillor  street 
Sclater,  T.  &  D.  boot  and  shoerars.  3  Elder  st. 
Sclater,  Mrs,  lodgings,  3  Maitland  place 
Scobie,  David,  bookbinder,  1 6* Market  street 
Scoon,  Kenneth,  baker,  37  Clerk  St.— ho.  31 
Scoon,  Wm.  &  Kenneth,  bakers,  161  High  st. 
Scot,  Miss,  87  Great  King  street 
Scotland,  A.  Pearson,  S.S.C.  7  S.  Charlotte  st. 
Scotland,   Major  D.,  E.I.C.S.,  10  Inverleith 

row 
Scotland,  D.  &  J.  grocers  and  provision  deal- 
ers, 21  Coburg  St. — ho.  40  Bridge  st.  Leith 
Scotland,  Thos.  inspec.  of  the  poor,  &  teacher 

of  navigation,  40  Bridge  street 
Scotsman  Newspaper  Office,  257  High  street 
Scott  &  Allan,  wine  merchants,  3  ^irkgate 
Scott  &  Ferguson  engravers,  lithographers, 

and  printers,  11  South  St  Andrew  street 
Scott  &  Gillespie,  W.S.  17  Duke  street 
Scott  &  Orr,  chemists  &  drug.  21  Dundas  st. 
Scott,  Low,  &  Co.  (late  Patison   &   Pringle), 

silk  mercers,  drapers,  and  general  outfitters, 

4,  5,  and  6  South  bridge 
Scott,  Rymer,  &  Scott,  W.S.,  38  Frederick  st. 
Scott,  Adam  B.  tailor,  18  Shore 
Scott,  A.  W.  manufacturer  of  aerated  waters, 

5  Water  lane 
Scott,  Alex,  bootmaker,  109  George  street 
Scott,  Alex,  engraver,  4  Northumberland  place 
Scott,  Alex.,  H.E.LC.S.  41  Lauriston  place 
Scott,  Alex,  shipmaster,  6  Madeira  street 
Scott,  Alex,  baker,  47  London  street 
Scott,  Alexander,  baker,  10  Scotland  street 
Scott,  Alex,  mason,  44  Howe  street 
Scott,  Andrew,  W.S.  13  Drummond  place 
Scott,  Andrew,  seamen's  hat  manufacturer,  36 

Commercial  place 
Scott,  Andrew,  outfitter,  &c.  11  Salisbury  pi. 
Scott,  Andrew,  sen.  shipm.  5  Madeira  place 
Scott,  Andrew,  jun.  builder,  7  Regent  st. 
Scott,  Andrew,  tailor,  53  Bristo  street 
Scott,  Andrew,  cabinetmaker,  3  Leopold  place 
Scott,  Arch.  20  Walker  street 
Scott,  Archibald,  5  Leopold  place 
Scott,  Archibald,  architect,  10  Teviot  row 
Scott,  B.  spirit  dealer,  Hillhousefield 
Scott  &  Son,  postmasters,  83  Rose  st. 


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Scott,  Charles  Glendonwyn,  16  St  John  st. 
Scott,  Charles,  advocate,  22  Abercromby  pi. 

and  Canaan  villa,  Morningside 
Scott,  David,  baker,  40  Lothian  street 
Scott,  David,  accountant,  and  agent  for  the 

Sun  Insurance  Company,  1  London  street 
Scott,  David,  inspector  of  lighthouses,  6  Her- 

mitac^e  place 
Scott,  David,  flesher,  3  West  Richmond  st. 
Scott,  David,  shipowner,  5  ^ladeira  place 
Scott.  David,  farmer,  INIeadowfield,  Portobello 
Scott,  F.  shipmaster,  8  Bonnington  placo 
Scott,  George,  5  Ratcliffe  terrace 
Scott,  George,  baker,  1  Warriston  place 
Scott,  George,  3G  George  street 
Scott,  Georse,  11  King's  place,  Leith  walk 
Scott,  George,  spirit  dealer,  32  Abbey  hill 
Scott,  George,  builder,  Bellevue 
Scott,  George,  gatekeeper,  Royal  Infirmary 
Scott,  Isaac,  postmr.  to  the  Queen,  Braehouse, 
and  Royal  academy  for  riding,  Lothian  road 
Scott,  James,  surgeon,  20  Elder  street 
Scott,  James,  portrait-painter,  63  Frederick  st. 
Scott,  James,  shoemaker,  40  Cumberland  st. 
Scott,  James,  M.D.  surgeon,  19  Young  street 
Scott.  James  (JVight  cS'  »S'.),  Claremont  park 
Scott.  Dr  .James,  deputy-inspector  of  hospitals  i 

and  fleets,  6  Areyle  sq. 
Scott,  James,  25  Pitt  street 
Scott,  James,  Oakfield  house,  W.  Arthur  pi. 
Scott.  .James,  cabinetmaker,  upholsterer,  and 

undertaker,  10  Clyde  st.  and  3  Dundas  st. 
Scott,  James,  grocer,  46  Bridge  street 
Scott,  James,  ginger  beer  brewer,  96  Giles'  st. 
Scott,  .James  (G.  P.-O.),  5  Ratcliffe  terrace 
Scott.  .Jas.  furnishing  ironmonger,  24  Howe  st. 
tiCOtt.  James,  baker,  51  No.  Richmond  street 
Scott,  James,  grocer  and  coal  merchant,  18  N. 

Union  pi  ice 
Scott.  James  (.7.  arid  T.  5.),  14  Frederick  st. 
Scott,  .Jas.  coal  merchant,  30  Lothian  street 
Scott,  James  Fitzmaurice,  10  Randolph  cres. 
Scott,  J.  &  T.  upholsterers  and  undertakers, 

10  George  street 
Scott.  John,  spirit  merchant,  13  Hope  street 
Scott,  Jn.  {S.  <^  Gillespie),  21  Abercromby  pi. 
Scott,  John  (S'carth  tS-  6'.),  11  Hermitage  pi. 
Scott,  John  {Blackhall!^  S.),  30  Haddington  pi. 
Scott,  John,  cabinetmaker,  237  Cowgate 
Scott,  John  (Customs),  Cockburn  bank,  Bon- 
nington 
Scott,  John,  provision  merch.  2  Leith  walk 
Scott,  John,  boot  and  shoem.  54  Broughton  st. 
Scott,  .John,  leather-mercht.  12  Baker's  place 
Scott,  John,  smith,  4  Robb's  court 
Scott,  Jn.  R.  landscape-painter,  22  Dundas  st. 
Scott,  John,  grocer,  1  Canon  st.  Canonmills 
Scott,  John,  grocer,  40  Water  lane 
Scott,  John,  smallware  mercht.  135  Kirkgate 
Scott,  John,  2  Salisbury  square 
Scott,  John,  8  Cumberland  street 
Scott,  .1.  cowfeeder,  1  Albany  street 
Scott,  Morris,  Peacock  Inn,  Newhaven 


Scott,  Peter,  clothier  and  ehirt  merchant,  9 

South  bridge — house,  3  Bruntsfield  place 
Scott,  Peter,  corah  printer  and  wholesale  shirt, 
stock,  and  bandana  merchant,  7  Hunter  sq. 
Scott,  R.  P.  writing-master,  53  George  street 
Scott,  Robert,  4  Gardner's  crescent 
Scott,  Robert  (S.  and  Allan),  Bonnington  bk. 
Scott,  Robert,  sol.-at-law  and  S.S.C.  63  Noril' 

Hanover  street 
Scott,  R.  E.  accountant,  127  Princes  street 
Scott,  Robert,  Regent  hotel,  14  Waterloo  pi. 
Scott,  Robert  (Excise),  6  Bank  place 
Scott,  Robert,  comm.  agent,  8  Duke  street 
Scott,    Robert,   grocer,  tea,   wine,  and  spirit 

merchant,  175  High  street 
Scott,  Stewart,  upholsterer  and  cabinetmaker, 

IMeuse  lane  and  Broughton  market 
Scott,  Thomas   G.  (S.,  Bymer,  and  S.),   22 

Heriot  row 
Scott,   Thos.  accountant,   8  North   St  David 

street — house,  3  Gayfield  square 
Scott,  Thos.  {J.  §f  T.  S.),  16  Rutland  street 
Scott,  Thos.  spirit  dealer,  9  Couper  street 
Scott,  Thomas,  41  Lauriston  place 
Scott,  Thos.  bank  messenger,  16  Fettes  row 
Scott,  W.  vegetable  pill  wareh.  10  S.  College  st. 
Scott,  Captain  Walter,  9  Gayfield  square 
Scott,  W.  spirit  dlr.  27  Tolbooth  wynd,  Leiih 
Scott,  Walter,  commission  agent,  23  Duke  st. 
Scott,  Wm.  &  Co.,  Jawcraig  colliery  office,  5 
'      Port-Hopetoua 

Scott,  Wm.  spirit  dealer,  35  Giles'  street 
Scott,  Wm.  painter,  23  Home  street 
Scott,  William,  joiner,  Venetian  blind  maker, 
!      156  Rose  street 

Scott,  Wm.  M.D.,  F.R.C.S.E.  4  Dean  terrace 
!  Scott,  Wm.  N.  B.  Railwatj,  2  Abbey  liill 
Scott,  VVm.  gatekeeper,  Edinburgh  Poor  Ho. 
!  Scott,  Wm.  coal  master,  5  Graham  street 
''  Scott,  Wm.  H.,  Dr,  4  Rutland  street 
Scott,  Wm.  flesher,  18  Roxburgh  place 
Scott,  W'm.  draper,' I  Nicolson  street — house, 

1 1  Scotland  street 
Scott,  Mrs  A.  fruiterer,  78  Queen  st — ho.  76 
Scott,  ]Mrs  Adam,  10  St  Andrew  square 
Scott,  Mrs  David,  27  Rutland  street 
Scott,  Mrs  James,  28  London  street 
\  Scott,  Mrs  Mary,  17  Ann  street 
Scott,  Mrs  Mary,  baker,  2  Claremont  place 
Scott,  Mrs,  4  Nicolson  square 
Scott,  Mrs,  millinery  wareho.  13  Union  pi. 
;  Scott,  IMrs  Wm.  coach-hirer,  10  Buccleuch  st. 
Scott,  ]\Irs,  ladies'  nurse,  75  Broughton  street 
Scott,  ]Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  14  Arthur  street 
Scott,  Mrs,  2  Lauriston  terrace 
Scott,  Mrs,  33  Heriot  row 
Scott,  Mrs,  9  Raeburn  place 
Scott,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  23  Home  street 
Scott,  Mrs,  6  Haddington  place 
Scott,  Mrs,  41  Great  King  street 
Scott,  Mrs,  lodgings,  46  Rankeillor  street 
Scott,  Mrs,  2  Bellevue  terrace 
Scott,  Mrs,  10  St  Patrick  square 


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Scottj  Mrs,  flesher,  20  Lothian  street 

Scott,  Mrs,  Muirhouse,  Granton 

Scott,  Miss  B.  30  India  street 

Scott,  Miss  Catherine,  4G  Ann  street 

Scott,  INIrs  Isabella,  Seafield  place,  S.  Leith 

Scott,  jMIss,  5  George  square 

Scott,  Miss,  5  Buccleuch  place 

Scott,  Miss,  59  Lauriston  place 

Scott,  Miss,  26  Alva  street 

Scott,  IVIiss,  39  Dublin  street 

Scott,  Miss,  12  Pilrig  street 

Scott,  Miss,  dressmaker,  100  George  street 

Scott,  Miss,  milliner,  &c.  19  Queen  street 

Scott,  Misses  M.  k  E.  dress  and  straw-hat 
makers,  2  West  Nicolson  street 

Scott,  Misses,  9  Gayfield  square 

Scottish  Agriculturist  Almanac  and  Year 
Book  of  Progress — office,  7  Pitt  street 

Scottish  Amicable  Life  Assurance  Society, 
3  North  St  David  street. — See  Adv. 

Scottish  Association  for  Suppressing  Drunk- 
enness, 6  York  place — John  Buckle,  conv. 

Scottish  Colour  Works,  Timber  bush,  and  5 
Shore 

Scottish  Equitable  Life  Assurance  Society, 
26  St  Andrew  sq. — Robert  Christie,raanager 
— See  Adv. 

Scottish  Institution  for  Education  of  Young 
Ladies,  9  Moray  place See  Adv. 

Scottish  Jurist  Office,  7  George  street 

Scottish  Missionary  Society's  Committee- 
room,  6  York  place 

Scottish  Naval  and  Military  Academy, 
Lothian  road 

Scottish  Press  Office,  251  High  street. 

Scottish  Provident  Institution  for  Life  As- 
surance and  Annuities,  ]  4  St  Andrew  sq. 
—James  Watson,  manager. — See  Adv. 

Scottish  Provincial  (formerly  Aberdeen) 
Assurance  Co.  65  Princes  street — James  M. 
Macandrew,  account.,  local  sec. — See  Adv. 

Scottish  Property  Investment  Co.  102  South 
bridge 

Scottish  Permanent  Property  Investment 
Society,  13  Royal  Exchange  —  Thomas 
M'Dowall,  manager 

Scottish  Railway  Gazette  Office,  30  Hanover 
street 

Scottish  Rights  Association — F.  H.   Carter, 

sec.  4  St  Andrew  square 
Scottish  Reformation  Society,  office,  6York 
place — George  Lyon,  hon.  secretary  ;  Rev. 
Dr  Edward  M.  Dill,  acting  secretary 

Scottish  Trade  Protection  Society,  II 
Bank  street— James  P.  Falkner  S.S.C, 
secretary  and  law  agent — Thos.  S.  Lind- 
say, assistant  secretary  and  cashier 
Scottish  Union  Fire  and  Life  Insurance 
Co.  47  George  street — George  Ramsay, 
manager ;  James  Barlas,  sec See  Adv. 

Scottish  Widows'  Fund  and  Life  Assurance 
Society,  5  St  Andrew  square— John  M'Ken- 
zie,  manager. — See  Adv. 


Scougall  &   Drysdale,  grocers,    tea,  wine,    & 

spirit  dealers,  223  High  street  and  14  South 

St  James'  street — house,  150  High  street 
Scougall,  G.  &Son,  corn  factors,  1.5  Quality  st. 
Scougall,  Ellis,  &  Co.  merchts.    132  Consti- 
tution street 
Scougall,  Andrew,  flesher,  67  Nicolson  street 

— house,  1  West  Richmond  street 
Scougall,  J.  iS.  Ellis,  S,'  Co.),  13  Pilrig  st. 
Scrivener,  William,  commercial  lodgings,  17 

Union  place 
Scrymgeour,   Daniel,    teacher,    Circus   place 

school,  2  Athole  place 
Scrymgeour,  Henry,   upholstery  work-rooms, 

23  George  street 
Scrymgeour,  Miss,  23  Clerk  street 
Scrymgeour,  Miss,  lodgings,  125  Princes  st. 
Seater,   Geo.  S.  (Hull  Sf  Leit/i  Ship.  Co.),  8 

London  row 
Seaton  &  Marshall,  bootmakers,  50  West  Re- 
gister street 
Seaton,  David,  tavern  keeper,  10  Fleshmarket 

close 
Seaton,  David,  bootmaker,  6  St  Andrew  sq. 
Seaton,  Robt.  auctioneer,  Lothian  road 
Seator,    Robert,    lighthouse-storekeeper,     18 

Granton  cottages 
Seggie,   Alex,  machine  and  press   maker,  3 

East  Rose  street  la. — ho.  6  Brunswick  street 
Selby,    Robert    Barclay,   solicitor-at-law  and 

S.S.C.  26  Dundas  street 
Select   Subscription   Library,   26   Waterloo 

place — Hunter  Simpson,  librarian 
Seller,    Dr,    F.R.C.P.    18    Northumberland 

street 
Senebier,  Fr.   teacher  of  French,  Naval  and 

Military,  3  Alva  street 
Servants'  Institution,  5  Frederick  street — 

David  Stevenson,  clerk 
Session  Clerk's  Office  for  the  City,  10  Royal 

Exchange 
Session  Clerk's  Office  for  St   Cuthbert'c,  14 

Lothian  road 
Session   Clerk's   OflBce    of    Canongate,    179 

Canongate 
Session  Clerk's  Office    for  South  Leith,    3 

Coatfield  lane 
Session  Clerk  for  North  Leith,  40  Bridge  st. 
Seton,  George,  advocate,  13  Coates  crescent 
Seton,  Gregor,  wine  &  spirit  mer.  73  York  pi. 

— house,  15  St  Jameb'  square 
Seton,  Henry,  veterinary  surgeon,  129  Rose 

street — bouse,  17  Lauriston  street 
Seton,  Patrick,  boot  and  shoemaker,  45  Can- 

dlemaker  row 
Seton,  Robert,  foreign  and  English  booksel- 
ler, stationer,  and   bookbinder,  81   George 

street  and   12  N.  Bank  street — house,  121 

Princes  street 
Seton,  Maj.  R,  S,,  H.E.I.CS.  9  Windsorst. 
Seton,  Mrs,  13  Coates  crescent 
Shakspeare   Society — T.   G.   Stevenson,  87 

Princes  street,  agent 


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Shand  and  Farquhar,  W.S.  masters  extraor- 
dinary in  Chancery,  24  Queen  street 
Shand,  Alex.  B.  advocate,  5  Albany  street 
Shand,  Chas.  Farquhar, advocate,  6  StColnae  st. 
Shand,  John,  W.S.  24.  Royal  circus 
Shand,  R.  bookseller  and  stationer,  41  Dundas 

street 
Shand,  Thos.  victual  &  spirit  dealer,  2  Dean  st, 
Shand,  W.  R,,  46  Brunswick  street 
Shand,  Mrs  Alex.  Garden,,  4  West  Maitland 

street 
Sband,  Mrs,  25  Walker  street 
Shankly,  John  C,  painter  and  glazier,    105 

Causeyside 
Shanks,  Christopher,  bootm,  2  Catharine  st 
Shanks,  D.   cabinetmaker  and  house  factor,  1 

Leslie  place — ho.  22  Raeburn  place 
Shanks,  James,  2  Melville  street 
Shanks,  Thomas,  fishing-tackle  manufactTirer, 

25  ISTorth  bridge 
Shanks,  Mrs,  58  Broughton  street 
Sharp,  William,  Auckland  villa 
Sharp,  'Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  46  Great  King  street 
Sharp,  Mrs,  private  lodgings,  !•  Erskine  place 
Sharp,  Mrs  Robert,  5  Lutton  place 
Sharp,  JMiss,  126  Lauriston  place 
Sharp,  Isabella,  poulterer,  13  Dundas  street 
Sharp,  Mrs,  lodgings,  6  Eastfield 
Sharp,  Miss  H.  17  Shand  wick  place 
Sharp,  Miss  Marion,  ladies'  outfit  and  milli- 1 

nery  warehouse,  37  Geo.  IV.  bridge 
Shaw  &  Son,  coal  merchts.  2  Port-Hamilton 
Shaw,  Alexander,  tailor,  53  Brunswick  street  I 
Shaw,  Charles,  confectioner,  17  Hanover  st.    | 
Shaw,  D.  chimney-sweeper,  3  Pitt  street  ' 

Shaw,   Capt.  H.   J.,  Spring  Garden  House,  I 
Abbey  hill  ■ 

Shaw,  James,  1  Lower  Gilmore  place  j 

Shaw,  James,  boat-builder,  Coates  place  i 

Shaw,  John  (^Lindsay  ^-  iS".),  2  Baxter's  place  | 
Shaw,  Patrick,  advocate,  sheriff  of  Chancery, 

36  Charlotte  square 
Shaw,  Robert,  dairy,  Mainpoint 
Shaw,  Thos.  W.  peruke  maker,  7  Chapel  st. 
Shaw,  Wni.  {N.  British  Railway'),  St  Ann's 

mount,  Abbey  hill 
Shaw,  William  (.S.  4  Son),  21  Semple  street 
Shaw,  Mrs  Dr,  7  Clarence  street 
Shaw,  Mrs  John,  25  Stafford  street 
Shaw,  Jliss,  7  Union  street 
Shaw,  Miss  Margaret,  2  Howard  street 
Shea,  David,  provision  dealer,  113  Kirkgate 
Shearer,  John  (G.P.-O.),  7  E.  Preston  street 
Shearer,  J.  T.  Elizafield,  Bonnington 
Shearer,  ;Mrs,  21  Broughton  place 
Shedden,  R.,  spirit  dealer,  23  Greenside  row 
Shennan,  John,  builder,  Bellevue  cottage 
Shennan,  Mrs,  Bellevue  cottage 
Shepherd,  Grant,  &  Cuthbertson,  W.S.   5  K 

Charlotte  street 
Shepherd,  Alex,  spirit  merchant,  22  Bread  st. 
Shepherd,  Js.  (S.  G.  and  Cuthbertson,  W.S.), 
15  Charlotte  square 


Shepherd,   James,   stationer  and  bookseller, 

8  Leith  street — house,  4  Eldpr  street 
Shepherd,  John,  tea  dealer,  54  India  street 
Shepherd,  Wm.  drysalter,  2  S.  St  James'  st. 

— ho.  1  N.  St  James'  street 
Shepherd,  Wm.  draper,  46  Howe  st. — ^ho.  44 
Shepherd,  Mrs,  18  Cumberland  street 
Sheppard,  John  &  James,  painters,  glaziers, 
and    paper-hangers,    21    Frederick    street 
— house,  68  George  street 
Sheppard,  Mrs  Jas.  painter,  glazier,  and  paper- 
hanger,  107  George  street — house,  37  Castle 
street 
Sheppard,    Miss,   hair-preserver,    30    Castle 

street,  and  Bury  street,  London 
Sherar,  John,  surveyor  &  account.  9  Dean  st. 
Sherifi'  Clerk's  Office,  County  buildings 
Sheriff  Clerk's  Office,  18  Charlotte  st.  Leith 
Sheriff  Court  Room,  108  Constitution  street, 
Clerk  of  Chancery  Office,  Exchequer  cham- 
bers,   Parliament   square — T.    G.    Souter, 
sheriff-clerk 
Sheriff,  David,  boot  and  shoe  maker,  43  St 

Leonard  street 
Sheriff,  James,  cabinetmaker,  5  Hope  street — 

house,  4  Melville  place 
Sheriff,  Wm.  C.  5  Saunders'  street 
Sherlaw,  G.  &  Co.  grocers,  1  Couper  street 
Shield,   George,    depute-clerk   of  session,    14 

Duke  street 
Shiell,  Ant.  stockbroker,  5  Hanover  street — 

house,  1  Windsor  street 
Shiell,  John,  builder  and  cabinetmaker,  3  E. 

Newingtou  place 
Shiell,  Wm.  assistant  clerk  of  session.  Regis- 
ter /louse,  8  Middleby  street 
Shiels,  John  S.  (  JF.  S.  6;  Co.),  24  Pilrig  street 
Shiels,  Matthew,  confectioner,  109  High  street 
and  45  N.  Bridge — house,  106  Lauriston 
place 
Shiels,  Robt.  &  Son,  wholesale  confectioners, 

5  and  6  Bristo  place 
Shiels,  Wm,  &  Co.  wine  merchts.  52  Constitu- 
tion court 
Shiels,  Wm.,  R.S.A.  19  N.-W.  Circus  place 
Shillinglaw,  Thos.  writer,  11  Rankeillor  street 
Shillinglaw,  Thos.  E.  B.  29  Cheyne  street 
Shiress,  David  S.  48  India  street 
Shirley,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  22  William  street 
ShirrefF,  Charles  H.  corn  factor.  North  British 

Railway  station 
Shirreff,  C.  J.  advocate,  22  Abercromby  pi. 
Shirreff,  Mrs  James,  38  Great  King  street 
Shirreff,  Mrs,  6  Quality  street,  Leith 
Shirreff,  Miss,  16  Hart  street 
Shoolbraid,  Miss,  15  Thomson's  place,  Leith 
Shore-Dues  Office,  Custom-house,  Leith 
Short,  James,  clerk,  3  E.  Arthur  place 
Short,  John,  church  officer,  19  Rose  street 
Short,  Mrs,  5  N.  Newington  place 
Shotts   Iron   Co.'s   Foundry,  9   Springfield, 

Leith-walk— Alex.  Sinclair,  manager 
Sibbald,  Alex,  flesher,  177  Cowgate 


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Sibbald,  And.,  goods  agent,  {E.  P.  S^  D.  Rail- 
way^, citadel,  Leith 

Sibbald,  And.,  Southern  District  Academy, 
23  St  Patrick  square. — See  Adv. 

Sibbald,  George,  surgeon,  2  Argyle  square 

Sibbald,  J.  and  Sons,  ironmongers,  64  Geo.  st. 

Sibbald,  James  S.  &  Co.  corn  factors.  Quality 
court — house,  Elizafield  house 

Sibbald,  John  Robertson,  M.D.,  F.R.C.S.E. 
141  Princes  street 

Sibbald,  Thos.  (J.  <S.  and  Sons),  64  George 
street 

Sibbald,  Walter  (J.  ;S.  and  Sons),  45  Geo.  sq. 

Sibbald,  Wm.  cowfeeder,  Bell's  mills 

Sibbald,  Mrs,  Elizafield  house 

Sibbald,  Mrs  Captain,  20  Nelson  street 

Sibbald,  Mrs,  cook,  39  India  place 

Sibbald,  Mrs  Henry,  27  Great  King  street 

Sibbald,  Mrs,  5  Nicolson  street 

Sibbald,  Mrs,  5  Bank  place,  Leith 

Sibbald,  ]\Iiss,  11  Brandon  street 

Sidey,  Charles,  surgeon-accoucheur,  64  Ha- 
nover street 

Sidey,  Dr  James  A.  surgeon,  25  Howe  street 

Sidey,  John,  draper  and  hosier,  12  Charlotte 
place — house,  1  Gardner's  crescent 

Signet  Library,  Parliament  square 

Signet  Office,  Register  house 

Silvie,  James,  writer,  46  Home  street 

Sim,  Alex.  1  Janefield  place 

Sim,  Fr.  R.  glass  chandelier  and  cut  glass 
manufacturer,  95  Princes  street 

Sim,  George,  writer,  40  Charlotte  square 

Sim,  John,  16  Danube  street 

Sim,  William,  trimming  warehouse,  29  Fre- 
derick street 

Sim,  Wra.  secretary  Edinburgh  Bible  tiocieiy, 

2  East  Preston  street 
Sim,  Mrs,  40  Charlotte  square 

Sime,  A.  teacher  of  navigation,  5  Fox  lane 
Sime,  Geo.  smith,  15  Roxburgh  terrace 
Sime,  Rev.  John,  3  Windmill  street 
Sime,  John,  accountant  {H.  Maitland  8f  Co), 

3  Duncan  street,  Newington 
Sime,  Robert,  1 8  West  Nicolson  street 
Sime,  Thos.  (P.  Sf  R.  Wright),  31  Scotland  st. 
Sime,  Mrs  Andrew,  29  Richmond  place 
Simm,  John,  7  Fyfe  place, 

Simmie,  Mrs  Dr,  6  Raeburn  place 

Simpson  &  Graham,  silver-platers  and  sad- 
dlers' ironmongers,  Mound  place 

Simpson  &  Rowden,  corn  merchants,  22  Com- 
mercial place 

Simpson  &  Wilson,  coach-builders,  62  Abbey 
hill 

Simpson,  Alex.  &  Co.  grocers,  tea,  wine,  and 
spirit  merchts.  5  Baker's  place — house,  50 
Brunswick  street 

Simpson,  Alex,  tailor,  6  Ingliston  street 

Simpson,  Archd.  Inglis,  Primrose  place 

Simpson,  Edward,  staff-surgeon  R.A.  Jess- 
field,  Newhaven 

Simpson,  George,  Lothian  road 


Simpson,  George,  chimney  sweep,  69  Causey- 
side 
Simpson,  G.  B.  Cook,  4  Albany  street 
Simpson,  Henry,  clerk,  17  Princes  street 
Simpson,  Hunter,   librarian  Edinburgh  Select 

Subscrijdion  Library,  9  Meadow  place 
Simpson,  Dr  James  Y.,  F.R.C.P.  professor  of 

midwifery  in  the  University,  52  Queen  st. 
Simpson,  Jas.  surveyor  of  buildings,  42  Home 

street 
Simpson,  James,  shoemaker,  6  Melbourne  pi. 
Simpson,  James,  12  South  St  Jaraes'  street 
Simpson,  James,  grocer  and  spirit    dealer,  42 

Main  st.  Newhaven 
Simpson,  Jn.  (  Union  Bank),  Bonnington  lodge 
Simpson,  J.  {^Clydesdale  ^.),  11  Archibald  pi. 
Simpson,  John  {A.  Melrose^  Co.),  2  Melville  st. 
Simpson,  J ohn{ SSj^ Rowden), Maideira.  st.Leith 
Simpson,  John  (G.  P.-O.),  9  Meadow  place 
Simpson,  John  {S.  c^-  W.),  62  Abbey  hill 
Simpson,  John,  spirit  dealer,  56  Fountain  br. 
Simpson,  John,  grocer,  101  Grassmarket 
Simpson,  John,  baker,  34  N  orthumberland  st. 

— house,  22  Duudas  street  , 

Simpson,  John,  bootmaker,  2  Crichton  street 
Simpson,  John,  stoneware  merchant,  4  Warris- 

ton  place 
Simpson,  P.  tailor  and  clothier,  9  Downie  pi. 
Simpson,  Patrick  B.,  younger   of  Cobairdy, 

15  Albany  street 
Simpson,  Richard,  cabinetmaker  and  uphol- 

sterer,  121  George  st ho.  Lothian  road 

Simpson,  R.  and  H.  coal  merchants,   7  Port 

Hopetoun 
Simpson,  Robt.  boot  &  shoe  maker,  2  Circus  pi. 
Simpson,  Robert,  mason,  8  Glover  street 
Simpson,  Robt.  D.  scale  and  beam  maker,  2 

W.  Crosscausey  and  13  Clerk  street 
Simpson,   Walter   {London    and  Edinburgh- 
Shipping  Company),  41  Shore 
Simpson,  Rev.  Wm.  1  Buccleuch  street 
Simpson,  Wm.  china  merch.  6  Low  market  st. 
Simpson,  Mrs  And.  lodgings,  69  Hanover  st. 
Simpson,  Mrs  Colonel,  4  Melville  street 
Simpson,  Mrs  George  H.  2  Henderson  row 
Simpson,  Mrs  James,  4  Park  street 
Simpson,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  1  Broughton  pi. 
Simpson,  Mrs,  grocer,  tQ  Lauriston  street 
Simpson,  Mrs,  lodgings,  39  Northumb.  st. 
Simpson,  Mrs,  Lothian  road 
Simpson,  Mrs,  draper  and  dealer  in  shells,  40 

Shore 
Simpson,  Mrs,  victual  dealer,  7  St  Patrick  sq. 
Simpson,  Mrs,  lodgings,  4  Albany  street 
Simpson,  M.  &  J.  dress  and  straw-hat  makers, 

19  Home  street 
Simpson,  Miss,  milliner  and  dressmaker,  92 

George  street 
Simpson,  Miss,  milliner,  3  N.  St  Andrew  st. 
Simpson,  Miss,  30  St  Andrew  square 
Simson,  David,  teacher  of  drawing,  25  India  st. 
Simson,  Geo.,  R.S.A.  teacher  of  drawing,  54 

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Simson,  Jas.,  M.D.,  F.R.C.S.E.  3  Glenfinlas  st. 
Simson,  James,  accountant^  5  Picardy  place 
Sirason,  Thos.  1  West  Maitland  street 
Simson,  Wm.  assist,  sec.  jBa?ik  of  Scotland,  9 

Eton  terrace 
Simson,  Mrs  James,  13  Gayfield  square 
Simson,  Mrs  Walter,  18  Albany  street,  Leith 
Simson,  Miss,  seminary,  15  St  Andw.  st. Leith 
Sinclair,  Liddle,  and  Co.  commission  af^ents, 
drysalters,  oil  and  colourmen,  1  &  2  Calton 
street 
Sinclair,  Adam,  A.  &  B.  officer,  35  Kirkgate 
Sinclair,  Alex.  133  George  street 
Sinclair,  Alexander,  manager  Shotts  Foundry ^ 

10  Springfield,  Leith  walk 
Sinclair,  Andw.  hairdresser,  7  Milne  square 
Sinclair,  Colin,  bookseller  and   stationer,  69 

George  street 
Sinclair,  Daniel,  cottage,  Powderliall 
Sinclair,  David,  grocer,  9  Fox  lane,  Leith 
Sinclair,  Daniel,  commercial  traveller,  4  East 

St  James'  street 
Sinclair,  D.  janitor.  High  school 
Sinclair,    Duncan     &    Sons,    letterfounders, 

Whiteford  house 
Sinclair,  George  L.,  W.S.  4  Walker  street 
Sinclair,  James,  draper,  4  Bank  street 
Sinclair,  James,  mercantile  accountant,  Uni- 
corn pursuivant,   Scotch   college    of  arms, 
7  Brown  street 
Sinclair,  John,  baker,  14  Lothian  street 
Sinclair,  John,  baker,  24  Tobago  street 
Sinclair,  John,  conjunct  city  clerk,  City  Cham- 
bers—  house,  2  Wharton  lane 
Sinclair,   John,   baker  and  confectioner,   142 

Princes  street 
Sinclair,  John,  letter-carrier,  5  Calton  hill 
Sinclair,  John,  junior,  shirt  maker,  and  manu-  ! 
facturer,  79  So.  bridge — ho.  10  Hailes  st.      j 
Sinclair,  John,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  126 

Kirkgate — house  125 
Sinclair,  Peter,  commercial  temperance  hotel, 

12  South  St  David  street 
Sinclair,  Robert,  assist,  clerk  of  Session,  12 

Henderson  row 
Sinclair,  Robt.  shipmaster,  2  N.  Fort  street 
Sinclair,  Dr  Veitch,  surgeon,  12  Elder  street 
Sinclair,  William,  7  Dfummond  street 
Sinclair,  William,  com.  merchant,  24  Scotland 

street 
Sinclair,  Wm.  late  merchant,  7  Brown  street 
Sinclair,  Wm.  cooper  and  fish-curer,  22  Giles' 

street 
Sinclair,  Wood,  cooper  and  stave  merchant, 

5  Mitchell  st ho.  3  Summerfield,  Leith 

Sinclair,  Mrs,  sick-nurse,  3  Windmill  lane 
Sinclair,  Mrs,  108  George  street 
Sinclair,  Mrs  Malm,  sen.,  29  Buccleuch  place 
Sinclair,    Miss  B.   coal   merchant,   22    Port- 
Hamilton 
Sinclair,  Miss  C.  7  Charles  street 
Sinclair,  Miss,  Whiteford  house 
Sinclair,  Misses,  of  Ulbster,  133  George  street 


Sinclair's  Commercial  Temperance  Hotel,  11, 
I      17,  and  20  Waterloo  place 
'  Singer,  Mrs,  2  St  Bernard's  cresent 
Sinton,  John,  slater,  57  Nicolsoa  street 
Sinton,  Wm.  slater,  11  St  Leonard's  lane 
Sivewright,  C.  K.  Cargillfield,  Trinity 
Skae,    David,   M.D.,  F.R.C.S.,  physician   to 

Royal  Edin.  Lunatic  Asylum 
Skae,  Ebenezer,  M.D.  5  Argyle  square 
Skaife,  Mrs,  5  Nelson  street 
Skeen,  Mrs,  56  Bridge  street 
Skelden,  Rob.  wood  and  coal  merchant.  Rose 

lane,  Abbey  hill 
Skelton,  Misses,  20  Alva  street 
Skene  &  Tod,  W.S.  53  Great  King  street 
Skene,  Capt.  A.  9  Mansion-house  rd.  Grange 
Skene,  William  Forbes,  20  Inverleith  row 
Skene,  Mrs  Jane,  4  Duncan  street,  Leith 
Skiffington,  John,  broker,  93  High  street 
Skill,  Mrs,  3  Montagu  street 
Skilling,    Andrew   M.   shoemaker,    3    Helen 

place,  North  Leith 
Skilling,  Jno.,  &  Son,  bootmakers,  30  Tolbooth 

wynd,  Leith 
Skinner,  John  Holt,  18  Carlton  terrace 
Skinner,  Wm.,  W.S.  12  Forth  street 
Skinner,  W.  R.,  S.S.C.  12  Windsor  street 
Skinner,  Mrs  J.  R.  2  Elder  street 
Skirving,  David,  3  Frederick  street 
Skirving,  Thos.  farmer.  Nether  Quarryholes 
Slate,  Misses,  20  Annandale  street 
Slater,  Andrew,  slater,  1  St  John  street 
Slater,  James,  cabinetmaker,  52  Broughton  st. 
Slater,  Peter,  sculptor,  36  Albany  street 
Slater,  Mrs,  grocer,  30  India  street 
Sleigh,  George,  tailor,  41  Lothian  street 
Sleigh,  Mrs  Eleanor,  baker,  6  Glanville  pi. 
Slight,  Alex.  3  Shrub  place 
Slight,  Alex,  road  surveyor,  13  Downie  place 
Slight,  George,  3  Summerhall  place 
Slight,  Geo.  H.  engineer,  19  Gayfield  square 
Slight,  Jas.  engineer,  machine-maker,  &  foun- 
der, 34  Leith  walk — ho.  2  Haddington  place 
Sligo,  John,  of  Carmyle,  5  Drummond  place     J 
Slimon,  Wm.  dairyman,  31  Giles'  st.  Leith     aj 
Slimmon,  Mrs,  hosier,  55  Tolbooth  wy.  Leith 
Sloan  &  Stoddart,  coal  merchants,  49  Brough- 
ton St.,  St  Cuthbert's  lane,  and  Leith  walk 
Sloan,  Mrs  Thos.  lodgings,  5  Keir  street 
Sloan,  M.  dressmaker,  1  S.  St  James'  street 
Sloan,  G.  Douglas,  dressra.  35  W.  Nicolson  st. 
Slymand,  John,  printer,  138  Nicolson  street 
Small  &  Co.   wholesale   &  retail  china  and 

gla?s  warehouse,  33  George  IV,  bridge 
Small,  Andrewr,  victual  dealer,  19  Charles  st. 
Small,  Robert,  victual  dealer,  2  Hamilton  pi. 

High  riggs 
Small,  Wm.  A.  of  Overraains,  R.N.  1  Athole 

crescent 
Small,  Andrew  {Royal  Bank),  8  London  st. 
Small,  Miss,  spirit  dealer,  200  Rose  street 
Small,  David,  basketmaker,  33  Hanover  st. 
Small,  John,  college  librarian,  16  Duncan  st. 


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Small,  Wm.  &  Js.  bird-stuflFers,  38  George  st. 
Small,  Wm.,  hosier,  59  Clerk  st. — house,  61 
Small,    Wm.   grocer    and   spirit   dealer,  93 

Canongate 
Small,  W.  Kerr,  basketmaker,  35  Blair  street 
Small,  Mrs,  16  Duncan  st.  Drummond  place 
Smart,  Alex,  printer,  5  South  College  street 
Smart,  James,  flesher,  25  Middle  market 
Smart,  Rev.  John,  D.D.  11  Smith's  place 
Smart,  John    &  Son,    bootmakers,   1  Queen 

street — house,  12  Union  street 
Smart,  John,  flesher,  15  W.  Nicolson  street 
Smart,  Jno.  spirit  mercbt.  45  Leith  st.  19  W.  | 

Richmond  St.,  US  Giles'  St.,  and  33  Shore, 

Leith — house,  11  Calton  street 
Smart,  R.  C.  engraver,  lithographer,  and  gold 

printer,  20  Elm  row — ho.  9  Smith's  place 
Smart,  Robt.  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  1  Shak- 

speare  square — house,  2 
Smart,  Wm.  spirit  dealer,  27  Richmond  place, 

and  172  Pleasance 
Smart,  Mrs  J.  spirit  mer.  84  St  Mary's  wynd 
Smart,  Misses,  milliners  and  dressmakers,   6 

Brighton  street 
Smeal,  J.  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  3  Admiralty 

street 
Smellie  &  JefFery,  grocers  and  spirit  dealers, 

263  Cowgate 
Smellie,  H.,  grocer,  82  Crosscausey — ho.  84 
Smellie,  Henry,  jun.  grocer,  30   North  Rich- 
mond street 
Smellie,  Jn.  tea  dealer  &  grocer,  33  Bristo  st. 

27  Home  street,  and  2  Orchardfield  place 
Smellie,  Wm.  J.  {G.  P.-O.),  7  N.-W.  Circus 

place 
Smibert,  George,  baker,  216  Canongate 
Smibert,  Robt.  spirit  dlr.  27  Queen  st.  Leith 
Smibert,  Thomas,  8  Morrison  street 
Smith   &  Garland,  tobacconists    and  fancy 

warehouse,  108  and  109  Kirkgate 
Smith  &  Kinnear,  W.S.  35  Queen  street 
Smith  and  Girvan,  milliners,  70  George  st. 
Smith  &  M'^Laren,  merchants,  3  Bank  street, 

Leith 
Smith  &  M'Gregor,  ale  bottlers,  68  Grange 

court,  Causeyside 
Smith  &  Win  wick,  spirit  mers.  97  Kirkgate 
Smith,  Brothers,   window  ticket    and   show- 
card  printers,  engravers  and  lithographers, 

25  North  bridge 
Smith,  Adam,  hairdresser,  43  Shore — house, 

Fillyside  cottage 
Smith,  Alexander,  W.S.  18  York  place 
Smith,  Alex,  umbrella  maker,  99  Nicolson  st. 
Smith,  Alex.  M.  teacher  St  Stepheiis  school — 

house,  7  St  Vincent  street 
Smith,  Alex.  "William,  teacher  of  singing,  12 

Antigua  street 
Smith,  Alex.  Gordon,  20  Gardner's  crescent 
Smith,  Alex,  tailor,  127  Rose  street 
Smith,  Andrew,  Willowbrae 
Smith,  Andrew,  S.S.C.  29  Buccleuch  place 
Smith,  Andrew,  W.S.  27  Dundas  street 


Smith,  Chas.  grocer,  3  Duke  street,  Leith 
Smith,  Capt.  Charles,  li.N.  25  Howard  pi. 
Smith,  Colvin,  portrait  painter,  32  York  pi. 
Smith,  C.  125  Nicolson  street 
Smith,  Daniel,  tailor,  170  High  street 
Smith,  David,  writer,  6  Clarence  street 
Smith,  David  {Edinburgh  and  Perth  Bread 

Co.),  16  Richmond  place 
Smith,  David,  plumber  and  gasfilter,  2G  West 

Crosscausey 
Smith,   David,  dyer  and  scourer,   10  St  An- 
drew square  and  St  John's  hill 
Smith,  David  {Inland  lievcnue)^  10  Roxburgh 

place 
Smith,  David,  builder,  8  Glover  street 
Smith,  David  {S.  Sf  Kinnear),  2  Ainslie  place 
Smith,  David,  clerk,  7  Spence's  place,  Leith 
Smith,  David,  &  co.  ship-brokers  and  commis- 
sion agents,  2  Dock  gates — house,  Madeira 
street 
Smith,  George,  joiner,  19  N.-W.  Circus  place 
Smith,  George,  architect,  18  Gt.  King  street 
Smith,  Rev.  George,  4  Randolph  chff 
Smith,  George,  shawl  manufr.  1 08  So.  bridge 

— house,  4  Salisbury  road 
Smith,  George,  Lauder  road.  Grange 
Smith,  George,  fruiterer,  7  St  Patrick  street 
Smith,  Geo.  tailor,  &c.  4  Tolbooth  wynd,  Leith 
Smith,  Geo.  brush  &  trunk  manuf.  73  Nicol- 
son street 
Smith,  George,  provision  dealer,  89  Kirkgate 
Smith,  George,  boot  and  shoemaker,  40  Home 

street 
Smith,  George,  1  Stead's  place. 
Smith,  G.  {H.  M.  Customs),  S.  Fort  street 
Smith,  G.  F.  agent,  11  Dundas  street 
Smith,  G.  L,  Royal  bank 
Smith,  Henry  {T.  and  H.  S.),  Catherine  cot. 
Smith,  Henry,  tea  mercht.  51  Nicolson  st. 
Smith,  Harry,  W.S.,  9  Dundas  street 
Smith,  I.  tobacconist,  39  W.  Register  street 
Smith,  J.  smith  and  farrier,  101  Abbey  hill 
Smith,  J.  A.  baker,  183  High  street 
Smith,  Js.  &  Co.  cork  manuf.  56  Nicolson  st. 
Smith,  James,   house  superintendent  Royal 
Edinburgh  Asylum — house,  Fuschie  cottage 
Smith,  Jas.   architect,  H.  M.  master  mason'— 
office,  6  Charlotte  place  ;  house,  7  W.  Mait- 
land  street 
Smith,  James  cabinetmaker,  3  Middle  Arthur 

place 
Smith,  James,  128  Constitution  street 
Smith,  Jas.  musical  glass  manuf.  7  Union  st. 
Smith,  James,  spirit  dealer,  62  Shore 
Smith,  James,  27  St  Patrick  square 
Smith,  James,  spirit  dealer,  43  Earl  Grey  st. 
Smith,  Jas.  ( T.  Meek  cL-  Co.),  I  George  pi. 
Smith,  James,  wright,  7  Brown  street 
Smith,  Jas.  &  Co.  woollen  drapers,  241  High  st. 
Smith,  John  Alex.,  M.D.  and  surgeon,  7  West 

Maitland  street 
Smith,  J.  A.  Arbuthnot  {B.  L.   Co.  B.),  14 
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Smith,  J.  L.  books,  stationer,  circulating  libr. 
and  stamp  distributor,  1   Antigua  street — 
house,  oMoredun  house,  Spring  gardens 
Smith,  John,  governor  of  Prison,  Regent  road 
Smith,  John,  cut-glass  manuf.  1  Amphion  pi. 
Smith,  John,  M.D.,  F.R.C.F.  16  India  street 
Smith,  John,  currier,  101  Pleasance 
Smith,  John  Gordon  (of  J.  and  R.  Morley, 

London),  16  Minto  street 
Smith,  John,  M.D.  surgeon-dentist,  12  Dun- 
das  strpet 
Smith,  J.  D.  carver  and  gilder,  picture  liner  and 

cleaner,  33  W.  Register  street 
Smith,  John,  umbrella  and  parasol  manufac- 
turer, 227  High  street 
Smith,  John  K.  builder,  6  Gardner's  crescent 
Smith,  John,  writer,  6  Clarence  street 
Smith,  John,  umbrella  &  parasol  maker   & 

furrier,  78  Princes  street See  Adv. 

Smith,  John,  tailor  and  clothier,  102  South 

bridge — house,  11  Argyle  square 
Smith,  Jn.  contractor  and  stabler,  14  Grass- 
market 
Smith,  John,  coal  merchant,  8  Downie  place 
Smith,  John,  3  Gillespie  street 
Smith,  John,  cabinetmaker,  42  Hanover  street 

— house,  57 
Smith,  John,  shawl  &  dress  manufacturer  & 

draper,  105  South  bridge 
Smith,  John,  shipowner,  9  John's  pi.  Leith 
Smith,  John,  wright,  8  Glover  street  j 

Smith,  John  (J.  S.  and  So?i),  24  Nicolson  st.   j 
Smith,  J.  &  Son,  wireworkers  and  weavers, 
mill-stone   builders,   importers   of  French 
burr  locks,  219  High  street  — See  Adv. 
Smith,  Lau.  shipmaster,  4  Portland  terrace 
Smith,   Peter,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  21 

Canongate 
Smith,  Peter,  letter-carrier,  32  Buccleuch  st. 
Smith,  R.  M.  4  Bellevue  crescent — office,  35 

Bernard  street,  Leith 
Smith,  Robt.  (Customs),  2  Hamburg  place 
Smith,  Robert,  S.S.C,  9  Stafford  street 
Smith,  R.  architect,  practical  and  consulting 
builder  and  valuator,  12  Royal  Exchange — 
house,  St  Cuthbert's  glebe 
Smith,  Robert,  house- governor.  Poor-house, 

Forrest  road 
Smith,  Robert,  spirit  merchant,  7  Hamilton 

place 
Smith,  R.  Philips,  24  Gayfield  square 
Smith,  S.  tailor  and  clothier,  16  South  bridge 
Smith,  T.  &  H.  surgeons  and  druggists,  and 

manufs.  of  aerated  waters,  21  Duke  street 
Smith,  Thomas,  surgeon,  21  Duke  street 
Smith,  Thomas,  teacher  of  music,   3  Heriot 

mount 
Smith,  Thomas,  3  "Wallace  place 
Smith,  T.  8  M'Kenzie  place 
Smith,  Thomas,  spirit  dealer,  Morningside 
Smith,  Thomas,  1  Bank  place 
Smith,  Thomab  nnd  Patrick,   merchants,  35 
Bernard  street 


Smith,  Thos.  painter  and  paper-hanger,  21 

George  street 
Smith,  Thos.  lodgings,  8  Frederick  street 
Smith,  Thomas,  lodgings,  44  Cumberland  st. 
Smith,    Walter,   plumber   and   gasfitter,    11 

India  place 
Smith,  Walter,  flesher,  12  St  Anthony  place 
Smith,  Wm.  printer,  42  Gilmore  place 
Smith,  Wm.  surveyor,  147  Causeyside 
Smith,  Wm.  wright  &  undertaker,  12  Upper 

Dean  street 
Smith,  William,  architect  and  civil  engineer, 

35  Lothian  street 
Smith,  Wm.  (late  o?  Excise),  27  Montagu  st. 
Smith,  Wm.  brush  manufr.  70  Nicolson  st. 
Smith,   William,    brush  manufacturer,    161 

Causeyside 
Smith,  William  C.  portioner,  Tipperlinn,  by 

Morningside 
Smith,  William,  flesher,  10  West  port 
Smith,  William,  boot  and  shoemaker,  71  Tol- 

booth  wynd,  Leith 
Smith,  William  &  Sons,  builders,  79  Clerk  st. 
Smith,   William,   woollen  draper,   267  High 

street — house,  19^  Lauriston  street 
Smith,  William,  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  114 

Canongate 
Smith,  Wm.  spirit  dealer,  12  Grassmarket 
Smith,    Wm.    manager  £.  Sf   S.   Law  Life 
Assurance  Association,  120  Princes  street — 
house,  Elmbank,  Whitehouse  loan 
Smith,  SVilliam,  spirit  merchant,  231  Canon- 
gate 
Smith,  Wm.  com.  traveller,  12  Meadow  place 
Smith,  William,  grocer  and  spirit  merchant, 

23  South  back  of  Canongate 
Smith,  William,  42  Gilmore  place' 
Smith,  Wm.  watchmaker,  33  W.  Nicolson  st. 
Smith,  William,  writing-master  and  litho- 
grapher, 1  Hanover  street 
Smith,  William,  sheep  and  cattle  salesman, 

7  St  Anthony  place 
Smith,  William,  gardener,  Bonnington 
Smith,  Mrs  A.  Palace  yard 
Smith,  Mrs  Alex,  lodgings,  1  Charlotte  st. 
Smith,  Mrs  Alex,  lodgings,  8  Eastfield,  Leith 
Smith,  Mrs  Alison,  8  Vennel 
Smith,  Mrs  Andrew,  103  George  street 
Smith,  jNIts  David,  26  Warriston  crescent 
Smith,  ]\Irs  David,  8  Glover  street 
Smith,  Mrs  David,  1 70  High  street 
Smith,  Mrs  Elizabeth,  66  Frederick  street 
Smith,  Mrs  Gilbert,  35  Scotland  street 
Smith,  Mrs  John,  5  Morton  street 
Smith,    Mrs,  J.  grocer  and  spirit  dealer,  10 

Spence's  place 
Smith,  Mrs  James,  4  Montgomery  street       « 
Smith,  Mrs  Lieut.  3  Gillespie  street  « 

Smith,  Mrs  M.  provision  store,  269  Cowgate 
Smith,  Mrs  Margaret,  30  Alva  street 
Smith,  Mrs  T.  38  Dublin  street 
Smith,  Mrs  Walter,  5  Gillespie  street 
Smith,  Mrs  Wm.  1  Hope  street,  Leith  walk 


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Smith,  Mrs  William,  ladies'  nurse,  1  Dean  st. 

Smith,  Mrs  W.  B.  1  Maitland  pi.  Newhaven 

Smith,  Mrs  W.  1  George  place 

Smith,  Mrs,  lodgings,  62  Hanover  street 

Smith,  Mrs,  Greenhill  lodge 

Smith,  Mrs,  24  Gay  field  square 

Smith,  Mrs,  17  Pilrig  street 

Smith,  Mrs,  23  Minto  street 

Smith,  Mrs,  16  Broughton  place 

Smith,  Miss  E.  lodgings,  2  Trinity  crescent 

Smith,  Miss  M.  A.  15  Danube  street 

Smith,  Miss  Margaret,  2  Crichton  street 

Smith,  Miss,  9  Graham  street 

Smith,  Miss,  Ashfield  lodge 

Smith,  Miss,  6  Fettes  row 

Smith,  Miss,  3  Saxe  Coburg  pi. 

Smith,  Misses  E.  &  M.  dress  and  cloak 
makers,  62  Rose  street 

Smiths  and  Co.  purveyors  of  lamps  and  oils 
to  the  Queen,  brassfounders,  gasfitters,  tin- 
smiths, railway  lamp  manufrs,  1  Blair  st. 

Smyth,  Chas.  Piazzi,  professor  of  practical 
astronomy,  and  astronomer  royal  for  Scot- 
land, 1  Hillside  crescent 

Smyth,  .J.  of  Balharry,  advocate,  1  Hart  street 

Smyth,  John,  professor  of  dancing,  35  Fre- 
derick street 

Smyth,  Robert,  W.S.  1  Hart  street 

Smyth,  Mrs,  30  Clarence  street 

Smyttan,  Geo.,  M.D.  20  Melville  street 

Snadden,  Mrs  Maria,  2  West  Preston  street 

Snodgrass,  Jas.  surg.  &  drug.  238  Canongate 

Snodgrass,  Mrs,  lodgings,  9  Crichton  street 

Snodgrass,  Misses,  milliners  and  dressmakers, 
112  George  street 

Snody,  Andw.,  S.S.C.  city  agent  for  Leith,  26 
Gayfield  sq.  and  123  Constitution  st.  Leith 

Snow  &  Johnston,  fleshers,  5  Middle  market 

Snow,  F.  flesher,  Middle  market 

Snow,  John,  flesher,  16  South  St  James'  street 

Society  of  Antiquaries,  24  George  street — 
Alex.  Christie  and  J.  A.  Smith,  secretaries 

Society,  Botanical — W.  Evans,  Experimen- 
tal Gardens,  treasurer 

Society,  Calvin  New  Translations — Robt. 
Pitcairn,  secretary,  9  Northumberland  st. — 
depositaries,  Sutherland  &  Knox,  23  George 
street 

Society,  Camden — T.  G.  Stevenson,  agent 

Society,  City  Misson — T.  Scott  and  Wm. 
Whyte,  joint  treasurers 

Society  for  Clothing  the  Industrious  Poor, 
18  Bristo  street 

Society,  Celtic,  of  Ireland — T.  G.  SteVenson, 
agent 

Society,  Destitute  Sick — Wm.  Whyte,  13 
George  street,  treasurer;  John  M'CuUoch 
(^British  Linen  Company),  sub-treasurer 

Society,  Gaelic  Schools — W.  P.  Kennedy, 
treasurer,  15  St  Andrew  street 

Society, Gratis  Sabbath-school — Wm.Whyte, 
13  George  street,  treasurer 

Society,  Hakluyt — T.  G.  Stevenson,  agent 


Society,  lona — T.  G.  Stevenson,  agent 
Society,  Irish  Archaeological — T.  G.  Steven- 
son, agent 
Society,  Irish  Evangelical,  Edinburgh  Auxi- 
liary— W.  F.  Watson,  52  Princes  street 
Society,    London     Missionary,     Edinburgh 

Auxiliary  to — W.  F.  Watson,  52  Princes 

street,  treasurer 
Society,  Naval  and  Military  Bible — William 

Whyte,  13  George  street,  treasurer 
Society  for   Preventing  Cruelty  to  Animals 

— Wm.  Whyte,  13  George  street,  treasurer 
Society  for  Promoting  Religious  Knowledge 

among  the  Poor — Wm.  Whyte,  13  George 

street,  treasurer  and  secretary 
Society  for  Promoting  Christian  Knowledge 

— Robert  Grant  and  Son,  34  Princes  street 
Society  for  Propagating  Christian  Knowledge, 

49  Queen  street 
Society   for  Relief  of  the   Destitute   Sick, 

— W.  Whyte,  treasurer;  John  M'CuUoch 

{British  Linen  Company),  Sub-treasurer 
SociETY,Anglia  Christiana — T.  G.  Stevenson, 

agent 
Society,  Scottish  Episcopal  Church — H.  J. 

RoUo,  W.S.  16  Dundas  street,  secretary  and 

treasurer 
Society,  Shakspeare — T.  G.  Stevenson,  agent 
Society,  Total  Abstinence,  committee  rooms, 

2  North  bridge — W.  K.  Rose,  secretary 
Solicitor-General,   James    Crawford,    18 

Charlotte  square 
Solicitors    of    Supreme   Courts  —  library, 

Parliament  house 
Solicitors-at-Law — hall,  3  R.  Exchange 
Somervaille,  D.  J.  corn  merchant,  10  Quality 

street,  Leith 
Somerville,  A.  G.  1st  vice-president  General 

Post-  Office,  Larchfield  villa,  Easter  road 
Somerville,  Alex.  {^Inland  Revenue)^  22  Rut- 
land square 
Somerville,  Rev.  Andrew,  secy,  to  Mission 

Board,  U.  P.  Church,  5  Queen  street 
Somerville,  Andw.  leather  merch.  98West  port 
Somerville,  Aw.  mercht.  32  Constitution  st. 
Somerville,  David,  grocer,  79  Giles'  street 
Somerville,  David,  spirit  dealer,  37  India  pi. 
Somerville,  D.  draper,  52  W.  Richmond  st. 
Somerville,  Geo.  innkeeper.  New  Market  inn 
Somerville,  Geo.  vict.  dealer,  27  Greenside  st. 
Somerville,  James,  S.S.C.  25  Dundas  street 
Somerville,  James,  baker  and  victualler,  129 

Rose  street 
Somerville,  Jas.  victual  dealer,  1  Hamilton  pi. 
Somerville,  J.  &  Co.  merchts.  46  Quality  st- 
Somerville,  John,  merchant  and  general  agent, 

69  Constitution  st.  Leith 
Somerville,  John,  hosier  and  glover,  67  North 

Hanover  street 
Somerville,  John,  printer,  58  Lauriston  st. 
Somerville,  Lieut.-Col.  9  Royal  crescent 
Somerville,  Robert,  W.S.  19  India  street 
Somerville,  Robert,  stationer,  13  India  place 


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Somerville,  Robert,  12  St  Leonard  street 
Somerville,  Sana.,  M.D  ,  F.ll.C.P.  17  Hart  st. 
Somerville,  Thos.  of  Greenfield,  19  Danube  st. 
Somraerville,  Hugh,  wine  anil  spirit  merch. 

123  Canongate 
Somraerville,  Hugh,  lodgings,  20  Albany  st. 
Sommerville,  James,  mason,  13  Jamaica  street 
Sommerviile,  Wm.  grocer  and  spirit  dealer, 

183  Canongate 
Sommerville,  Wm.  17  W.  Preston  street 
Sommerville,  Jlrs,  212  Canongate 
Sommerville,    Mrs,   lapidary,    seal  engraver, 
and  mineral  dealer,  20  West  Register  street 
Somner,  Mrs  Margaret,  45  East  Claremont  st. 
Sorreck,  Miss,  French  stay  maker,  15  Brown  st. 
Souter,  D.  Robertson,  accountant,   15  Glou- 
cester place 
Souter,  Francis  George,  Sheriff-clerk  of  Chan- 
cery, chambers.  Parliament  square — ho.  39 
Great  King  street 
Souter,  Jas.  innkeeper,  20  So.  b.  Canongate 
Souter,  James,  W.S.  80  Great  King  street 
Souter,  James,  turner,  26  St  James'  square 
Souter,  Peter,  shipmaster,  ^Madeira  pi.  Leitli 
Souter,  Peter,  grocer,  52  Clerk  street 
.Souter,  Mrs,  46  Great  King  street 
Southern  Academy,  Park  place  house 
Southern  Horaoepathic  Dispensary,  2  West 

Richmond  street 
Soutter,  James,  fancy  turner,   60  Princes  st. 

— workshop,  Swinton  row 
Spalding,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  9  Jamaica  street 
Spankie,  Miss,  32  Broughton  place 
Sparks,  John,  cricket-ground  keeper,  Grove 

cottage,  118  Fountainbridge 
Spaven,  Robert,  saddler  and  harness  maker, 

16  S.  St  Andrewr  st ho.  8  W.  Adam  st. 

Spaven,  Mrs  John,  11  Duncan  street 
Spears,  George.  Jock's  lodge 
Spence,  Alex.  Ogilvy,  7  Brunswick  st.  Hillside 
.Spence,  Andrew,  tea,  wine,  and  spirit  mer- 
chant, 66  and  67  Tolbooth  wynd — house, 
Adelphi  place,  Leith  links 
.Spence,  Chas,  S.S.C.  andX.P.6  St  Andrew sq. 
Spence,  Charles,  grocer,  3  Haddington  place 
Spence,  David,   bootmaker,    10  Kirkgate  — 

house,  137 
Spence,  George,  merchant,  2  Haddington  pi, 
Spence,  James,  tailor  &  clothier,  31  S.  bridge 
Spence,  James,  W.S.  24  Pitt  street 
Spence,  James,  smith,  18  West  Crosscausey 
Spence,  James,  F.R.CS.E.  lecturer  on  sur- 
gery, 12  Northumberland  street 
Spence,  John,  tavern-keeper,  10  Hunter  square 
Spence,    John,    surgeon-dentist,    50    Great 

King  street 
Spence,  Joseph,  saddler,  24  Grassmarket 
Spence,  Norman  {Edln.  and  Leith  Gas  Co.), 

2  Haddington  place 
Spence,  William  (B.  Linen  Co.),  17  Bruns- 
wick street,  Hillside 
Spence,  Mrs  Alex.  7  Brunswick  st.  Hillside 
Spence,  Mrs  George,  cowfeeder,  Thornybank 


Spence,  Mrs  John,  6  Smith's  place 

Spence,  Mrs,  17  Clarence  street 

Spence,  Mrs,  dairy,  15  William  street 

Spence,  Mrs,  Athelstane  cot.  Ferry  rd.  Wardie 

Spence,  Miss,  2  Thistle  court 

Spens,  Nathaniel,  W,S.  of  Craigsanquhar,  28 

Walker  street 
Spens,  Mrs  Dr,  14  Drummond  place 
Spiden,  Robt,  builder,  21  Charles  street 
Spiers,  Mrs,  Belgrave  villa 
Spindler,  Misses,  teachers,  137  Princes  street 
Spink,  James,  lapidary,  5  Rose  street 
Spinks,  Charles,  turner,  24  and  25  Duke  st. 

Leith 
Spinks,  Wm.  wood- turner,  24  Kirkgate 
Spittal,  James  and  Co.  silk  mercers  and  shawl 

manufacturers,  12  St  Andrew  square 
Spittal,  Thos.  janitor,  33  Charlotte  square 
Spittal,  Lady,  3  Minto  street 
Spittal,  Mrs  James,  4  Eyre  place 
Spittal,  Mrs  John,  8  Nicolson  square 
Spottiswoode,  Arthur  C,  Major  Bengal  Army, 

36  Great  King  street 
Spottiswoode,  Robert,  accountant,  7   Thistle 

street — house,  18  Howard  place 
Sprot,  John,  10  Darnaway  street 
Sprot,  Thomas,  W.S,  10  Drummond  place 
Sprot,  Mrs,  24  Moray  place 
Sprot,  Miss,  23  Rutland  square 
Squair,  Jas,  (S.  Un.  Insur.),  21  Gardner's  cres. 
St  Clair,  Archd,  lodgings,  Windmill  house 
St  Clair,  John,   teacher  of  violin  and  accor- 
dion, 79  South  bridge 
St  Clair,  J,  P.  teacher  of  languages,  63  S.  br. 
St  Clair,  Mrs,  63  South  bridge 
St  Clair,  Mrs,  lodgings,  1  Gabriel's  road 
St   Cuthbert's  Lodge  of  Free  Gardeners — 

D.  Grant,  R.W.M.,  14  Canning  place;  W. 

Burge,  10  North  bridge,  treasurer 
St   Cuthbert's  Poorhouse,    Lothian   road — 

house  governor,  James  Robertson 
St  Margaret's  Convent,  Bruntsfield  links 
St  Stephen's  School,  58  Brunswick  street 
Stacey,  James  M.,  S.S.C,  2  Thistle  court 
Stage    Coaches — See   Conveyance   Direc- 
tory 
Stalker,  James,  grocer,   &c.  36  North  Pitt  st. 
Stalker,  Thomas,  hairdresser  aud  perfumer, 

23  North-west  Circus  place 
Stalker,  Wm.  sailmaker,  3  Bernard  street 
Stalker,  Mrs,  50  Cumberland  street 
Standard  Life  Assurance  Co.  3  George  street 

— Will.  Thos.  Thomson,  manr.  —  See  Adv. 
Stanley,  Mrs  Montague,  3  North  Charlotte  st. 
Star  Life  Assurance  office,  10  George  street 

— J,  Livingston,  agent 
Starforth  John,  architect,  12  S.  Castle  street 
Stark,  Adam,  ironmonger,  3  Bank  street — 

house,  48  London  street 
Stark,  G.  G.  {Williamson &,^  S.),  3  Pilrig  street 
Stark,  James,  M.D.,  F.RrCP.  21  Rutland  st. 
Stark,    Robt,  M,    seedsman  and  florist,   145 

Princes  street — nursery,  Edgehill,  Dean 


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Stark,  Thomas,  tobacco  manuf.  81  West  port 
Stark,  Win.  builder  &  architect,  48  London  st. 
Stark,  William,  jun.  builder,  yard,  Castle  ter- 
race— house,  45  Ann  street 
Stark,  Miss,  Salisbury  green 
Starke,  James,  advocate,  23  Heriot  row 
Siavert,  Mrs,  18  Walker  street 
Stead  &  Simpson,  shoe  manufacturers,  375 

High  street 
Steam    Packet   Offices.  —  See  Conveyance 

Directory 
Stebbine,  Alexander,  painter,  102   Kirkgate 

— house,  9  Glover  street 
Stebbing,  Isaac,  bookbinder,  5  Xicolson  st. 
Steedman,  Henry,  bookbinder,  44  George  st. 
Steedman,  John,  clerk,  76  Queen  street 
Steedman,  William,   grocer,   tea  and  coffee 

merchant,  1  Charlotte  street,  Leith 
Steedman,  James,  canteen,  Piershill 
Steedman,  Mrs  H.  greengrocer  and  victualler, 

20  Thistle  street 
Steedman,  Mrs,  25  Howre  street 
Steedman,  Mrs,  victl.  dealer,  13  Fountainbr. 
Steel,  David,  spirit  dealer,  Hillhouse  field 
Steel,  David,  mason.  Mount  pleasant 
Steel,  Ebenr.  grocer,  4  King's  place 
Steel,  James,  2  West  Newington 
Steel,  Jas.  boot  and  shoemaker,  Canaan  lane 
Steel,  William,  upholsterer,  59  Thistle  street 
Steel,  Wm.  dealer  in  horses,  and  horse-hirer, 

153  Rose  street — house,  18  Castle  street 
Steel,  INIrs,  33  Dundas  street 
Steel,  Mrs  John,  lodgings,  Canaan  lane 
Steel,  Miss,  dressmaker,  2  Kerr  street 
Steel,  Miss  Janet,  milliner  and  dressmaker, 

7  Milne  square 
Steele,  Charles,  house  agent,  19  Gardner's  cr. 
Steele,  James,  baker,  55  iSTicolson  street 
Steele,  Jn.  ironmonger  &  pasfitter,  100  High 

street — house,  25  James'  square 
Steele,  Peter,  classical  master,  F.  C.  formal 

school,  4  Park  street 
Steele,  Pat.  S.  25  Inverleith  row 
Steele,  W.  &  P.  furnishing  ironmongers  to  the 

Queen,  61  George  street 
Steele,  Wilkinson,  merchant,  18  Pilrig  street 
Steele,  William  (.S'wjd.  Cowr^s),  agent  for  Gua- 
rantee Society,  29  S.  Frederick  street 
Steele,  William,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  5 

West  Richmond  street 
Steele,  Wm.  24  Gayfield  square 
Steele,  Mrs  Dr,  6  Pitt  street 
Steele,  Mrs,  midwife  &  nurse,  50  Thistle  st. 
Steele,  Misses  M.  &  C.  dressmakers,  23  South 

bridge 
Steele,  Misses,  33  Howe  street 
Steell,  George,  31  BroQghtoa  place 
Steell,  Gourlay,  A.R.S.A.,  portrait  and  animal 

painter,  4  Randolph  place 
Steell,  Jno.,  R.S.A.  sculptor  to  her  Majesty — 

studio,  9  Randolph  place;  bronze  foundry, 

Grove  street — house,  Greenhill  gardens 
Steell,  Mrs,  20  Gallon  hill 
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Stegmann,  C,  Ciaremont  Park,  Leith  links 
Stegmann,   Westenholz,   &   Co.   corn  factors 

and  com.  merchants,  34  Constitution  street 
Steill,  John,  Grange  road 
Stein  &.  Campbell,  W.S.  49  Northumberland 

street 
I  Scein,  John,  spirit  dealer,  195  High  street 
Stein,   Misses,  milliners  and  dressmakers,  3 
j      Portland  place 
j  Stenhouse,  Andw.    &  Geo.  agents   and  ship 

brokers.  Wet  docks 
Stenhouse,  G.  {A.  Sf  G.  S.),  4  Hope  terrace 
Stenhouse,  AVm.  baker,  5  Little  Kiug  street 

and  4  East  Register  street 
Stenhouse,  Mrs,  30  Haddington  place 
Stenhouse,  Mrs,  cook,  38  India  place 
Stenhouse,  Miss,  4  Hope  terrace 
Stephens,  Henry,  Redbraes  cottage,  Bonning- 

ton  road 
Stephens,  John,  shipmast.  25  Queen  st.  Leith 
Stephens,  J.  tea  dealer,  4  Fleshmarket  close 
Stephens,  Mrs  Wm.  6  Saunders  street 
Stephens,  Mrs,  IMorningside 
Stephenson,  John  and  Co.  railway  contractors^ 

Lothian  road 
Stephenson,  Robt.  comb  manufacturer  to  her 

Majesty,  25  Leith  street — house,   Grange 

villa.  West  Newington 
Stephenson,  Mrs,  53  Frederick  street 
Steuart,  Charles,  W.S.  17  India  st. — house,  3 

Albyn  place 
Steuart,  Lieut.-Gen.  G.  M.  48  Melville  street 
Steuart,  .James,  W.S.  17  India  street — house, 

8  Doune  terrace 
Steuart,  Robert,  of  Carfin,  32  Royal  terracf 
Steuart,  Mrs  Charles,  3  Albyn  place 
Steuart,  Miss,  of  Steuart  hall,  16  Maitland  st. 
Steuart,  Miss,  17  St  Andrew  square 
Steuart,  Miss,  16  Stafford  street 
Steven,  James,  Edinburgh  and  Leith  carrier, 

7  Windmill  street 
Steven,  Robt.  victual  &  spirit  dealer,  54  East 

Crosscausey 
Steven,  Rev,  Dr  Wm.  II  Nicolson  square 
Steven,  W.  grocer  &  wine  mercht,  45  Bridgt- 

street  &  37  Sandport  street — house,  2  Pit: 

street,  Bonnington 
Steven,  Wm.   hairdresser  and  perfumer,  -id 

St  James'  square 
Stevens,  Wm.  cooper,  6   ToUcroes — house,  b 
Stevenson's  sale  rooms,  4  St  Andrew  square 
Stevenson,  Messrs,  civil  engineers,  84  George 

street 
Stevenson  &  Co.  printers,  32  Thistle  street 
Stevenson    &    Co.   R.    H.,    licensed    passage 

brokers,  10  N.  St  Andrew  street 
Stevenson,  Andrew  R.  38  North  Hanover  st. 
Stevenson,  Alexander,  S.S.C.    4  St  Andrew- 
square — house,  Eden  Bank,  Church  lane. 

Canaan 
Stevenson,  Alexander,  W.S.  9  Heriot  row^ 
Stevenson,  Alex.  jun.  stockbroker,  4  St  An- 
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Stevenson,  Allan,  hat  manufactui-er,  5  Drum- 

mond  street 
Stevenson,  David,  civil  engineer,  8  Forth  st. 
Stevenson,  David,  secretary  to  Edinburgh  Y. 

M.  P.  Society,  4.  St  Cuthbert's  street 
Stevenson,  Rev.  Dr,  14  Hermitage  pi.  Leith 
Stevenson,  Duncan  (.S'.  &;  Co.),  4  Carlton  st. 
Stevenson,  Jas.  bookbinder,  265  High  street 
Stevenson,  James,  draper,  190  Canongate 
Stevenson,  James,  builder  &  house  carpenter, 

Broughton  market — ho.  10  Cumberland  st. 
Stevenson,  Jas.  late  surg.  iladras  establishm. 

H.E.I.C.S.  11  St  Bernard's  crescent 
Stevenson,  Rear-Admiral  .Jas.,  Seacot,  Leith 
Stevenson,  Jn.  (Union  Bk.),  17  Archibald  pi. 
Stevenson,  John,  grocer  and  wine  merchant, 

8  North  ]\Ielvillti  place 
Stevenson,  John,  hat  manufuc.  90  S.  Bridge 
Stevenson,  John,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  3 

St  Vincent  street 
Stevenson,  Peter,    philosophical    instrument 

maker,  9  I^othian  street — house,  6 
Stevenson.  Philip,  R.  N.  33  Bridge  street 
Stevenson,  Rev.  R.  Home,  18  Manor  place 
Stevenson,  E.  H.  accountant,  10  N.  St  And- 
rew street 
Stevenson,  Rev.  Thomas,  15  Leith  walk 
Stevenson,  Thos.  Geo.  bookseller,  publisher, 

and  bookbinder,  87  Princes  street — house, 

4  Torphichen  street 
Stevenson,  T.  &  A.,  Berlin  wool,  button,  and 

trimming  warehouse,  53  South  bridge 
Stevenson,   Thos.   maltster,   corn  factor,  and 

coal  merchant,  14  Assembly  street 
Stevenson,  Thos.  civil  engineer,  1  Inverleith 

terrace 
Stewart,  Thos.,  wine  mercht,  266  Canongate 
Stevenson,  Wm.  Cowman,  1  Grove  street 
Stevenson,  Wm.  cattle  dealer,  Jordan  burn 
Stevenson,  Wm.  upholsterer,  34  Hanover  st. 

— house,  65  Cumberland  street 
Stevenson,  William,  22  Alva  street 
Stevenson,  Mrs  James,  8  Atholl  place 
Stevenson,  Mrs,  cook,  foot  of  Craig's  close 
Stevenson,  Mrs,  1  Albyn  place 
Stevenson,  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  82  S.  Bridge 
Stevenson,  ]\Irs,  14  Nicolson  square 
Stevenson,  Mrs  James,  1 1  Lutton  place 
Stevenson,  Mrs,  lodgings,  54  Bristo  street 
Stevenson,  Mrs  James,  4  W.  Xewington  pi. 
Stevenson,  Miss  B.  48  India  street 
Stevenson,  Miss  M.,  milliner  and  dressmaker, 

6  Dublin  street 
Stevenson,  Eliz.  M.  dressmaker,  &c.  Jordan 

burn  cottage 
Steven  ton,  .John,   Bay  Horse  inn  and  livery 

stables,  55  Rose  street 
Stewart  &  Bell,  slaters  and  chimney-sweepers, 

9  Queeusferry  street 
Stewart  and  Co.  merchants,  31  St  Andrew  sq. 
Stewart,    Alex,    painter  and   paper-hanging 

merchant,  95  Princes  street — house,  7  Fre- 
derick street 


Stewart,  Alex,  bootmaker,  28  Pitt  street 
Stewart,  Alex.  (Customs),  4  Pitt  street,  Leith 
Stewart,  Alex.  James,  W.S.  27  Pitt  street 
Stewart,  Alex,  letter-carrier,  8  W.  Adam  st. 
Stewart,  A.,  spirit  dealer.  Main  st.  Newhaven 
Stewart,  A.  Wood,  1  BeUevue  crescent 
Stewart,  A.,  letter  carrier,  45  Earl  Grey  st. 
Stewart,  Ben.,  dentist,  12  Howe  street 
Stewart,  Chas.  &  David,  solicitors,  23  Castle  st. 
Stewart,    Charles   (C.    §'   B.    Stewart),     11 

Clarendon  crescent 
Stewart,  Charles,  messenger  Edinburgh  and 

Glasgow  Bank,  29  George  street 
Stewart,  Chas.  tailor  and  clothier,  3  Barony  st. 
Stewart,  Charles,  W.S.   17  India  st. — house, 

3  Albyn  place 
Stewart,  Charles,  flesher,  10  Canning  place 
Stewart,  D.,  Crown  hotel,  10,  11,  and    12 

Princes  street 
Stewart,  Daniel,  lodgings,  8  Shakspeare  square 
Stewart,  Dan.  superintendent -JJ.^-  G.Railivay. 

North  bridge  station — house,  Haymarket 
Stewart,  David,  6  Hailes  street 
Stewart,    Donald,    crier    Parliament    house, 

31  Cumberland  street 
Stewart,  Captain  Duncan,  10  Rankeillor  street 
Stewart,  Duncan,  lodgings,  27  Castle  street 
Stewart,  Dun.  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  3P 

Frederick  street — house,  40  Jamaica  street 
Stewart,  George  {E.  and  G.  Bank),  45  North 

Hanover  street 
Stewart,  Hope  James,por.-painter,35  Alva  st. 
Stewart,  J.  and  G.  tea,  wine,  and  spirit  mer- 
chants, 113  High  street 
Stewart,  J.  L.  landscape-painter,  25  E.  Clare- 

mont  street 
Stewart,  James,  lodgings,  30  Castle  street 
Stewart,  .James  W.  civil  engineer,  5  North  St 
David    street — house,    11    Duncan   street, 
Druramond  place 
Stewart,  James  ( Union  Banh),  5  Archd.  pi. 
Stewart,  Jas.  baker,  10  Couper  street 
Stewart,  .James,  135  Rose  street 
Stewart,  James,  3  Grove  place 
Stewart,  James,  Christian  bank,  Trinity 
Stewart,    Jas.  confectioner  and  Italian  ware- 
houses, 34  Hanover  street  &  2  Rutland  pi. 
Stewart,  James,  3  Upper  Dean  terrace 
Stewart,  James,  spirit  merchant,  265  High  st. 
Stewart,  John,  44  South  bridge 
Stewart,  John,  28  Abercromby  place 
Stewart,  John,  cabinetmaker,  Charlotte  lane 
Stewart,  John  (,/.  S^  G.  S.),  84  Lauriston  pi. 
Stewart,  John,  M.D.  24  Queen  street 
Stewart,  John,  W.S.  18  Ainslie  place 
Stewart,  John,  com.  traveller,  6  Brighton  st. 
Stewart,  John,  of  Binny,  19  Maitland  street 
Stewart